ActiveWrap Leg and Knee Hot / Cold Compress Support
Leg and Knee Support
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- Large/Extra Large size
- Small/Medium size
- Thigh size over 18 in
- Thigh size under 18 in
- Allows hot and cold packs to be adjusted and positioned anywhere throughout wrap
- Recommended for knee pain and swelling, tendinitis, arthritis, hamstrings, quads, shin splints, and calfs and groin
- Treats all aspects of the knee and leg
- Provides therapeutic warmth to knee without use of thermal inserts
- Designed for injury specific adjustability and freedom of movement
- Latex Free, Washable, and Reusable
- 3" wide plush compression straps for even pressure with an adjustable fit
- 3mil premium grade medical active plush supporter with smooth jersey outside finish
- Heat and ice packs never push away to leave bare spots during treatment
- Medicare code A4466
Small-Medium Compress Support
- Under 180 pounds
- Fits under 18 inch thigh and those with slender frames including most youth
- Treats lower leg areas such as shins or calf
Large-XL Compress Support
- Over 180 pounds
- Fits over 18 inch thigh and most adults
- Treats larger thigh areas
- ActiveWrap Compress Support Wrap
- Two large reusable 7" x 10" heat and ice packs
- Nylon drawstring storage bag
The ActiveWrap Knee and Leg Compress Support is a professional heat and ice support wrap designed to treat knee and leg injuries. ActiveWrap Leg Heat and Ice Wraps are recommended for knee pain and inflamation, tendonitis, arthritis, hamstring discomfort, quad strain, shin splints. ActiveWrap Knee Wraps allow users to move freely in a convenient and extremely comfortable design. ActiveWrap patented technology utilizes a rugged hook and loop to secure and position your heat and ice exactly where you need it. The Knee and Leg Compress Support features a pair of 3" wide compression straps to secure the wrap in comfort.
ActiveWrap Leg Heat and Ice Wraps are available in Small-Medium or Large-Extra Large sizes. The Sm-Md Thermal Compress Wrap fits a thigh size of less than 18 inches and slender frames including most youth. Most individuals under 180 pounds will wear Small-Medium. The Lg-XL ActiveWrap fits most adults and thigh sizes over 18 inches. Individuals over 180 pounds will wear a Large-XL Leg and Knee Compress Wrap. For lower leg treatments such as shins or calves, the smaller size would be a better fit. If treating larger thigh areas, the Lg/XL size offers more versatility.
Two reusable hot or cold packs are included with the support and can be secured anywhere you need them for targeted relief. ActiveWrap Heat and Ice Packs are specially formulated of non-toxic gelatinous thermal material, preventing the gel from "pooling" and "pushing" away from the injured site. ActiveWrap Gel Packs are sealed in sturdy 8.5 mil PE/Nylon coverings and packaged in washable nylon protective pouches. Simply chill the packs in a freezer or microwave them for soothing heat therapy.
The ActiveWrap Knee and Leg Support treatment system includes an ActiveWrap medical plush support wrap and two large, reusable 7" x 10" thermal packs packaged in a nylon drawstring storage bag.
See accessories below to add an additional set of heat and ice packs to complement your wrap. Keep a set at room temperature for immediate heat use and store another pair in the freezer for quick cold applications.
|Gel Pack Covering Thickness||8.5 mil>|
|Gel Pack Dimensions||7" x 10" LxW>|
|Gel Pack Material||PE/Nylon wih Thermal Gel>|
|Strap Dimensions||21" x 3" LxW 27" x 3" Please select product options before viewing spec>|
|Dimensions||16" x 11" LxW>|
1 Year Warranty
The manufacturer warrants that this product is free from defects in material and workmanship. Repair or replacement will be issued for any product which is found defective under the terms of this warranty. QuickMedical will assist with warranty issues within 30 days of product delivery. After that time, the product's manufacturer must be contacted directly to address all warranty issues.
Open, Used or Expired / Non Returnable
This product may be returned within 30 days of purchase provided the product packaging is unopened and product is unused. If item is found defective by the manufacturer, an exchange or refund will be offered.
If returned, this product's manufacturer may charge a restocking fee of 5%.
To avoid factory restock fees, please consult with a QuickMedical sales associate to insure the product meets your needs. On site demos or factory approved trial and evaluations can be arranged, and may reduce or eliminate restocking fees.
Can I walk with my ActiveWrap Foot Wrap?
YES; around the house. Simply remove the pouch underneath the arch and you have full flexibility of movement during treatment for Ankle, Achilles or injuries to the top side of the foot. Our knee/leg wrap also allows freedom of basic movement without slipping but is not designed for use during a workout.
How long do the ice packs stay cold?
ActiveWrap packs are designed to keep the optimally desired cold at the foot (between 40 to 50 degrees) for over 20 minutes when applied. This is a built in safety component of our ice packs. The standard recommended treatment time is 15 minutes. Ice packs claiming to stay cold for several hours at a time are generally chemical based and reach temperatures that can be harmful to the skin and underlying tissue. Remember a colder pack does not mean a quicker recovery.
What is the difference with your ice packs compared to basic drugstore ice packs?
ActiveWrap ice packs are uniquely manufactured to prevent "gel migration." This means that our gel material is elastic or rubbery by nature and can not be pushed or flattened from one side to the other. If you imagine a tube of toothpaste being pushed from the bottom up, this is how traditional gel packs have reacted under pressure. ActiveWrap ice packs deliver a uniform blanketing treatment when used for both heat and or ice therapy. No migration...no bare spots...a big difference.
How do I clean my wrap?
A simple fresh water rinse and hang dry will keep your wrap clean for years to come. It is also recommended to keep your hook and loop material clean for maximum holding capacity.
I use ice cubes and an elastic wrap in the gym; Why should we use ActiveWrap?
Why did we switch from horse drawn carriages to automobiles? Modern materials and efficiency. Ice is often hard and sharp resulting in discomfort when compressed against the skin. This leads to an individual having to reduce the pressure of wrapping the joint to tolerate a typical treatment. The ActiveWrap allows for a snug fit combining maximum compression and direct cold coverage to any painful area. ActiveWrap is easy to apply for any age athlete and will save your facility money in the long term with countless re-usable applications. Ice bags tear and cost money along with the elastic wraps or plastic that is used to secure the ice to the body. Gym facilities will further reduce the chance of dripping water on the floor reducing liability risks within the gym by using ActiveWrap. Tips for using hot and cold therapy Dont wait for an injury to incorporate ice into your training routine. Prevent overuse and typical inflammatory injuries by icing down after each workout for 15 minutes. Your cool down phase of training is just as important as a proper warm up. Do not sleep with an ice pack on your body. Cold therapy and use of ActiveWrap should be no longer than 15 minutes at a time. Do not lay directly as to apply your body weight on an ice pack. Ice during travel by keeping an ice pack or two at the gym and a couple at home. Most gymnastic facilities will provide freezer storage where you can place your handy black ice packs in your ActiveWrap drawstring carry pouch equipped with your name. This will save hours of time each week by allowing you or your child to ice down (without the mess in the car) when traveling. Best of all, it will help prevent lost hours in the gym by assisting in the prevention of many inflammatory injuries. If you use the ice and cold therapy a lot, it is a good idea to give your skin a rest from time to time to prevent any chance of skin irritation. A thin paper towel is always good between cold and direct skin contact.