Our SMI Cold Therapy Foot & Ankle Wrap goes on top of, or underneath, clothing to effectively penetrate the area to provide comfort and relief from pain and/or swelling. Two frozen 3+ hour gel bags, enclosed in a white, antimicrobial bandage layer, stay firmly in place. Two additional 3+ hour gel bags are included to ensure that you always have a frozen set of gel bags ready to go when you need it the most. See below for more information. Made in the USA. One size fits most. Includes 1 Wrap and (4) 3+ Hour Gel Bags.
Foot & Ankle wrap
- Versatile design provides support, compression, cold therapy and/or heat therapy to the area to target pain/swelling.
- Designed for self-application if necessary.
- Allows full mobility while being used.
- Can be positioned to target front, back or side of foot and ankle.
- Common uses: Post-operative pain & swelling relief, physical therapy, sports injuries & chronic pain relief.
- Antimicrobial liner that wicks moisture.
- Uses two 3+ Hour Gel Bags
Good for: Achilles Tendon Injuries • Ankle Sprain • Bunions • Toe Dislocation • Toe Fracture • Heel Spurs • Patellar Tendinitis • Plantar Fasciitis
Features & Benefits
Not tethered to any cooler or ice bags allowing for freedom of movement while wearing
4-way stretch for effective compression & fit means the wrap stays in place while moving
Cold 4 Hours
Non-toxic gel bags mold perfectly to the targeted area & cool for up to 4 hours
Moisture wicking fabric keeps condensation away for comfort - won't harbor harmful bacteria
Gel pouch liners are antimicrobial & wick away moisture, keeping skin dry & protected
Extra wide proprietary straps hold wrap in place for ambulation
SMI offers 3 types of proven therapies in one easy-to-use product:
Also known as Cryotherapy, Cold Therapy is used mainly for joint pain and aches. It reduces blood flow to the area of the body to which it’s applied. This reduces the inflammation that leads to pain and can also temporarily reduce nerve activity. Additional effects include controlling hemorrhage, preventing edema (swelling) and blocking pain receptors.
Heat Therapy is used mainly for muscle pain and aches. It helps improve blood flow and circulation to an injured area and helps to relieve discomfort while improving muscle flexibility for recovery. Heat Therapy can also heal damaged tissue. Heat causes vasodilation of the blood vessels, which increases blood flow to the area of application. This in turn, increases the amount of oxygen, nutrients and white blood cells delivered to the body tissues. In addition, vasodilation assists in the removal of waste products from injured tissues.
Compression Therapy uses controlled pressure to increase blood flow to certain areas and improve blood flow to the heart. It supports veins and decreases edema (swelling). Compression Therapy is found to be the most effective when it’s combined with movement.