We love these Knee Wraps from the ICE-VIBE collection because as experienced riders, we know many horses suffer from knee problems as a result of bad confirmation, competition or just old age. Often, treating knees can be both expensive and unsuccessful. This is a therapeutic wrap that is both legitimately beneficial, yet convenient at the same time.
ICE-VIBE has developed ICE-VIBE Knee: boots that wrap around the knee similar to a human knee support. They have a removable cold pack that Velcros on to the top of the wrap to prevent it slipping, while the massage panel sits at the front of the knee.
The cold pack can be heated in warm water to combine heat and massage before exercise to help reduce stiffness. ICE-VIBE knee are wireless, rechargeable, easy to use, and portable. They are sold in pairs and we recommend treating both legs even if only one leg is injured.
TREATMENT: ICE-VIBE used with cold packs can minimize inflammation while maintaining blood flow. This can help improve healing on Ligament Injuries, Sprains & Bruising, Arthritis, and Curbs
REPAIR: ICE-VIBE used without cold packs can help to boost blood supply to your horse's legs by simulating exercise. This can help to: Remove toxins, Bring oxygen to horses’ legs, Strengthen tissue, Minimise scar tissue
RECOVERY: After exercise, you can combine cold and massage therapy to help reduce inflammation without making the hock too cold which would compromise healing.
The ICE-VIBE is designed to help reduce soreness and swelling in horses’ hocks while stimulating healing through massage.
If using the knee boots on horses with knee chips avoid using for 3 weeks after any surgery or if new chips are forming. This will avoid aggravating any infection post-surgery or aggravating the bone when the small fractures have occurred.
**Always use with cold packs when swelling or heat is present.Avoid using on infections. If using on arthritis, warm the packs and use before exercise, and use cold massage after exercise every day. Setting 2 is the main daily setting. We recommend treating both legs at the same time even if only one leg is injured.**
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