Aircast Shoulder Cryo/Cuff with Gravity Cooler

Aircast Shoulder Cryo/Cuff with Gravity Cooler

Brand/Manufacturer: Enovis
  • HyGiene Products
  • Non Returnable
  • Prescription required
  • FSA Approved

Aircast Shoulder Cryo/Cuff with Gravity Cooler is anatomically designed to cover the shoulder area completely providing maximum cryotherapy. It is indicated for trauma, post-op, rehabilitation, and sports injuries. It combines the therapeutic benefits of controlled compression to minimize edema, hematoma, hemarthrosis, swelling, and pain. The Cooler is an integrated approach to cold therapy that combines cold and focal compression delivered using a simple, gravity-fed system.

Item # Desc Pkg Price
12A Shoulder Cryo/Cuff, Universal, 32" to 48" Each
12AXL Shoulder Cryo/Cuff with XL Strap, Universal, 42" - 54" Each

Shoulder Cryo/Cuff with Gravity Cooler Features

  • Anatomic cuff design for complete coverage of affected area
  • Measured compression for patient comfort
  • Designed with safety and ease-of-use in mind
  • Ideal for post-operative recovery, trauma, athletic training rooms, and home-use
  • Aircraft Cold Cryo/Cuff utilizes gravity to deliver chilled water to anatomically specific cuffs
  • Detachable cooler allows for uninterrupted treatment
  • Expanded coverage with XL strap

Note: This item is non-returnable for hygiene purposes.

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How to use Aircast Shoulder Cryo or Cuff?

  1. Prepare Cooler: Connect the blue tube to the cooler. Add water to line inside the cooler, then add ice to the top of the cooler. Lay the insulation disk on top of ice. Attach cooler lid snugly. Allow 5 minutes with occasional shaking to chill water.
  2. Apply the empty cuff: At first, it is helpful to have another person assist with application of the cuff. Attach the main straps around torso securing in front and back. Secure the underarm strap. Secure the front and back elastic straps. The elastic straps can be opened during shoulder exercises.
  3. Fill cuff: Connect blue tube to the cuff, listen for a click/snap. When using the Gravity Cryo/Cuff (non-motorized), open air vent on cooler lid and raise cooler so that bottom of the cooler is even with top of the cuff. (If the cooler is raised more than 5 inches (13 cm) above the top of the cuff, the cuff will increase in volume and weight.) Hold raised cooler for about 1 minute while cuff fills. Close air vent on the cooler lid. The cooler can now be disconnected from cuff by pressing the metal tab on the quick-disconnect while cooler is raised.
  4. Rechill water: Reconnect the blue tube to cuff, lower the cooler below cuff, and the warmed water will drain from the cuff into the cooler. Allow a minute or two for the water to mix with the ice and rechill, then raise the cooler and repeat the filling process (see step 3).


  • This device can be cold enough to cause serious injury, including tissue necrosis. You must be able to check your skin condition under the Cuff (DO NOT use if you cannot check your skin condition frequently). People are sensitive to cold in diverse ways and may react differently to cold treatment.
  • Check for increased pain, burning, numbness, tingling, redness, discoloration, itching, swelling, blisters, welts, irritation or other changes in skin condition under the Cuff or around the treatment area. If you experience any of these conditions, immediately discontinue use of the device and contact your physician.
  • Patient skin condition checks must occur every 1~2 hours on a routine basis. Caution must be taken by routinely monitoring the patient during use on children, elderly, incapacitated patients, severe cardiovascular diseases, those with decreased skin sensitivity or circulation due to poor nutrition, medications (e.g. beta blocker or epinephrine, narcotics), tobacco and alcohol use. If such monitoring is to occur outside the presence of the licensed healthcare professional, he or she must ensure that the patient or patient caretaker understands how such monitoring is to be conducted.
  • It is recommended that at least 20 minutes of cessation should be encouraged between 2 hour long cryotherapy sessions.
  • When applying the device wrap to the skin, apply a barrier (e.g. cloth or bandage) between the wrap and your skin, and do not wrap it around the area tightly. No part of the wrap should touch the skin for any period of time.
  • Check for moisture. If moisture is present on the Cuff, immediately discontinue use of the device.
  • Do not use an elastic wrap in conjunction with the Cryo/Cuff.
  • Dressings used under the Cryo/Cuff should be applied lightly.
  • When filling the Cryo/Cuff, do not raise the cooler higher than 15 inches (38 cm) above the cuff to avoid excessive pressure.
  • Reduce pressure with any sense of discomfort, numbness or tingling of the limb.
  • The Cryo/Cuff is designed for single-patient use only and may be used on the same patient for the length of treatment.
  • The device should be cleaned if it is used on the same patient for an extended period of time (see “Cleaning Instructions” for cleaning information).
  • Keep small parts and packaging materials away from small children and animals. These items pose a risk of suffocation or strangulation.
  • It could be unsafe to use accessories, detachable parts , and materials, interconnect to other equipment not described in these instructions, or otherwise modify equipment.

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