CoolSystems Game Ready injury treatment system


gameready.jpgCoolSystems has rolled out its next generation of Game Ready injury treatment system that comprises of form-fitting wraps, cold and intermittent compression as well as adjustable pressure and temperature settings. This unique injury treatment system was specially designed to be used for treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and post-operative rehabilitation. While ordinary folks like you and I will benefit greatly from using this after picking up a nasty gym injury, I suppose it is even more essential for serious athletes to have something like this in the locker room. After all, they are paid a king’s ransom weekly (footballers at least), so being on the sidelines for too long is definitely bad business for everyone involved.

Apparently, Game Ready leverages patented NASA spacesuit technology that helps deliver intermittent compression and controllable cold therapy simultaneously in the quest to speed up the recovery period from injuries or orthopedic surgery. Based on the RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) principle, the proven standard in treating acute injury and assisting in rehabilitation, Game Ready helps anyone move towards the road of recovery in the swiftest manner possible. Game Ready helps facilitate the RICE principle through a simple user interface, half a dozen pre-set continuous run programs, a gaping opening to enable easy handling of ice and water, and an ergonomic handle that makes carrying it around a snap. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist in order to operate it, as minimal training is required. Thanks to its patented ergonomic wraps, adjustable temperature and compression levels, and portable design, it can be included as part of a multitude of treatment protocols.

It is capable of treating comfortably almost any body part, regardless of your body size. Some of the Game Ready’s clients include professional athletes, pro sport teams, colleges and orthopedic clinics, so there shouldn’t be any doubt as to its effectiveness in treating injury.

Source: Gizmag

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