Oakland, NJ – MotoIce announces the debut of their new cryotherapy compression wrap, the MotoIce Wrap. The MotoIce Cryotherapy Compression Wraps patented technology provides hours of relief from pain and swelling without the hazards and discomfort of ice or frozen gel packs or the irritation of menthol patches. MotoIce Cryotherapy Compression Wraps apply therapeutic cold and compression while conforming to the affected site and stay in place while you remain active! Suitable for sprains, repetitive motion injuries, pain associated with arthritis, bruises, and muscle cramps.
This MotoIce Cryotherapy Compression Wrap product all but eliminates the ice bag/pack. Everyone knows that icing an injury or sprain or bruise is what you need to do, but who actually does it? Who wants to stay completely immobilized with a dripping ice bag and an ace bandage for 20-30 minutes several times a day, all while getting soaked because the bag is wet and is leaking all over you, no one, that’s why no one does it. The MotoIce Cryotherapy Compression Wrap solves all of the problems previously noted, it uses compression and cryotherapy as well as no dripping water, and it allows you to still function and move, all while treating and healing your affected area. As a competitive athlete, no one wants to show your competition that you have an “injury,” with the MotoIce Cryotherapy Compression Wrap you don’t have to, just put the wrap on and you can wear clothing that hides it. A great way for mom and dad to make sure their son or daughter “ices” that tweaked wrist or knee.
“The days of messy ice bags, crazy ace wraps are over. MotoIce wraps are so convenient and so much easier to use than other icing methods not to mention you add compression to that mix as well. I use MotoIce wraps because they help me recover.” – Trey Canard
We are proud to be a part of Trey’s daily program as well as Jimmy Albertson's Motorcycle Superstore Suzuki team.
Albertson has been testing and evaluating the product for months and this product has helped him expedite his recovery.
For more information, visit: www.motoicewrap.com.