Ice AND Compression

Why is the Cryochaps compression sleeve so important? Tissues become significantly colder when using ice and compression rather than just ice alone. Compression may cause an improved contact between the skin and Cyrochap. Compression reduces blood flow, and less warm blood can flow through the area. Combined with the cold Cryochap, this reduces the ability…

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Maintaining low temperatures

Cryochaps maintain low leg temps up to an hour after removal. Using thermal imaging an hour after removing a Cryochap from a leg and comparing to a leg that has had no Cyrochap applied, there is a always a difference. The Cryochap leg being considerably cooler every time. #CRYOCHAPS #NoLegNoHorse #MakeLegsLastLonger

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WATER BOOT V WETTING LEG

Can you spot the difference in temperatures between the two legs before and after application of a cold water boot and just wetting a leg sporadically over 30 mins? Answer – There is no difference! The cold water boot does not reduce and maintain low temperatures, in fact, it has the same effects as simply…

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CRYOCHAPS V COLD HOSING

Cryochaps has proven to remove as much heat as cold hosing. Cryochaps not only achieve a better reduction in temperature compared to clays, gels and water boots but in a recent study comparing heat removed from a phantom leg, there was no significant difference in heat removed between Cryochaps and cold hosing Marlin, D.J. (2019) Evaluation…

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