Shin Ice For Cold Therapy with Compression

Shin Ice is a neoprene sleeve with a Sealed Ice insert along the anterior aspect of the lower leg.

Shin Ice with SEALED ICE Pack provides cold therapy with compression for patients with shin splints, bruises or muscle strains. Effective treatment of inflammation and pain associated with stress on the lower leg.

Excellent for use in sport activities, especially cross-country and track athletes, soccer players or people with excessive biomechanical pronation or supination of the foot. Sealed Ice pack maintains cold throughout treatment session while neoprene sleeve provides compression and allows mobility. Also can be used during sports activities. Hand wash and air dry.

Shin Ice™ For Cold Therapy with Compression

Designed to provide therapeutic Ice and Compression treatment for patients with medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints), bruises and muscle strains.

Sealed Ice™ Pack


-Targets site specific cold therapy
-Maintains cold for treatment period


Neoprene Sleeve

-Provides compression while supporting lower leg muscles and tissue
-Allows mobility during cold therapy


Buy Shin Ice with SEALED ICE Pack at MedEx01.com

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2 Responses to “Shin Ice For Cold Therapy with Compression”

  1. Teresa Jewell Says:

    looks like a good product – have not heard of shin ice

  2. OrthoPatient Says:

    In my oppinion this looks like it is not designed for athletic day in day out use like this gel ice pack that can be used for this type of injury. I prefer this ActiveWrap product which gives better compression of the ice packs into the skin. http://www.dme-direct.com/knee-wrap-ice-pack-sports-gel/

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