1. CryoJaw™ Cooler System - Surgeon Referral
CranioRehab Hot/Cold Facial Cooler System
CranioRehab Hot/Cold Facial Cooler System

CryoJaw™ Cooler System - Surgeon Referral

Your Price: $289.00
Retail Price:$319.99
Your Savings:$30.99(10%)
Continuous compression therapy for better recoveries.
Part Number: CR2000
Availability: In Stock

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The CryoJaw Cooler System uses compression and thermal therapy for reduced swelling and pain of the jaw and face. This is a purchase of the system to help you recover from surgeries and trauma in the most comfortable and effective manor.  

As a customer of a participating surgeon, you are also receive FREE ground shipping and a FREE set of NutriSqueeze bottles.   If your surgery is in less than 10 days, we recommend you select faster shipping, like USPS Priority Mail or FedEx. 

Take the CryoJaw system with you to the hospital, and they will apply it in the recovery room for optimal therapy.   Talk with your doctor for more details on the initial set-up.

After you have recovered, you can keep the cooler and pad for future needs. The cooler works with a variety of pads.  You can order pads for the knee, shoulder, back, and more at AspenGoldMedical.com/CubePads 

The Hot/Cold Cooler System is the only hot/cold-flow therapy available for craniofacial patients. By providing the maximum benefits of ice and heat during your recovery, Hot/cold-compression therapy helps to reduce swelling and pain, prevent muscle spasms, and preserve skin elasticity for improved soft tissue healing. Hot/Cold Cooler therapy is a simple system that is standard in orthopedic care.

The hot/cold cooler system utilizes a custom Jaw-Bra head wrap to provide compression therapy, which further reduces swelling. The Jaw-Bra is manufactured with the highest grade material and is light-weight, comfortable and hypo-allergenic.

Cryotherapy is a form of therapy in which cold is used to control swelling, inflammation and edema. Simply put, the cold temperature limits the blood supply to the effected area of the body, thereby controlling the swelling, inflammation and PAIN. Traditionally, patients resort to bags of ice or frozen peas that cannot sustain a therapeutic temperature and have to be taken on and off every 30 minutes to prevent tissue damage.

The system can also provide heat therapy to reduce pain and relax tissues, by simply using hot tap water instead of ice.

For maximum relief, your hot/cold cooler therapy should begin shortly after your surgery. Apply the simple head wrap and pads in the recovery room, and you can wear the system continuously. For the first two days after surgery, continuous cold therapy will most effectively reduce your pain and swelling. On the third day, you can alternate between hot and cold for continued pain relief.

This system uses near freezing water circulated through a channeled bladder to deliver the therapy. The bladder is held next to the TMJ area through the use of the Jaw-bra. Due to it's unique construction, the continuous wear of the pad poses no risk of soft tissue damage to the patient. This type of therapy is most effective in the first 48-72 hours following surgery or trauma but can provide pain relief for much longer. This system is, without a doubt, a patient favorite!

The Hot/Cold Cooler system works by compressing the tissue while continuously maintaining an optimal temperature to minimize your pain and swelling.

Benefits
  • Reduces swelling
  • Alleviates muscle spasms
  • Stabilizes injured tissues
  • Soothes and reduces pain for 4-6 hours
  • Lasts 15 times longer than ice
  • Augments pain relievers
  • Easy heat relief with hot water
  • Safer, smarter, and more convenient than ice
Indications
  • Post-surgical Rehabilitation - joint and bone surgeries
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction
  • Physical therapy adjunctive care
  • Jaw of facial inflammation
  • Pain
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Arthritis
  • TMJ/TMD

See the Warnings tab for more information on warnings and cautions.

Insurance: Cold-compression therapy primarily provides enhanced comfort for patients following surgery and is rarely covered by insurance.
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