Cold Compression Machine
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1. Cold compression therapy, also known as cryotherapy, involves the application of ice or a cold pack to the affected area. The cold temperature causes vasoconstriction, which reduces blood flow to the area, helping to decrease inflammation and swelling. Cold therapy is often used to treat acute injuries such as sprains, strains, and bruises, as well as chronic conditions such as arthritis.  2. Hot compression therapy, also known as thermotherapy, involves the application of heat to the affected area. Heat increases blood flow to the area, which helps to promote healing by delivering more oxygen and nutrients to the tissues. Heat therapy is often used to treat chronic conditions such as muscle pain and stiffness. Both cold and hot compression therapy can be applied using various methods such as hot or cold packs, heated or cooled pads, or wraps.

3. Cold and hot compression therapy are two common techniques used to reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation in different parts of the body. Cold therapy, also known as cryotherapy, involves the use of cold temperatures to reduce blood flow to the affected area, thereby decreasing inflammation and swelling. On the other hand, hot therapy, also known as thermotherapy, involves the use of heat to increase blood flow to the affected area, thereby promoting healing and relaxation.

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After using a cold therapy device, the affected area may feel numb or cold, and it may take some time for the tissues to warm up and regain their normal sensation. Similarly.  After using a hot therapy device, the muscles may feel relaxed and loose, but it is important to allow the body time to recover and avoid overexertion of the muscles.

After using either type of therapy, it is important to allow time for the body to recover and adjust. Athletes may need to rest, stretch, or engage in low-impact activities to allow the affected area to recover fully. It is also important to stay hydrated and nourished to support the body's natural healing processes.

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Applying Cold & Compression therapy in Acute Phase:

The device  which can effectively reduce exudation,
swelling and pain, inhibit inflammation.
It conforms Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) preoperative and postoperative treatment regimen, which could reduce  postoperative complications, promote rapid recovery of patients, shorten hospital stay, and save total medical spends.

Applying Hot & Compression therapy in Chronic Phase:

Accelerates local blood circulation and basic metabolism
Eliminates local inflammation and swelling
Relieves pain Promotes wound healing

Applying Hot & Compression therapy before sports activity
 Increases blood flow to the affected area to promote healing and flexibility
 Reduce chronic pain

Applying Cold & Compression therapy after sports activity

 Heal acute sports injuries
 Reduce acute pain and swelling

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