H O W  T O  U S E

COMPRESSION ICE WRAP

The Freedom Denim Full-Leg Compression Ice Wraps:

 *Extended Ice Treatment (up to 50min of cold treatment)

 *Full coverage with Extra support

 *Cold Treatment with Compression

Recommended for:

 * General Ice Treatment - for pain & swelling.

 * Daily health maintenance - on overworked legs to avoid injury.

 * Horse Rehab - reduce healing time due to injury.

Instructions

Remove your Freedom Ice Wraps from package and place in freezer. For maximum icing time the ice wrap should be completely frozen prior to use.

1. Undo straps, (with mesh fabric against horses body, open and place wrap over/around the treatment area (Wrap was designed to position center opening over the point of hock, knee or injury if needed for additional comfort.

 

2. Continue to wrap the ice wrap around horses leg extending and attach one of the middle elastic straps around leg and attach velcro to outside to opposite strap. This will help secure wrap in place when attaching additional straps.

3. Complete by attaching the remaining straps then tighten elastic straps for a perfect fit for your horse or for desired compression.  

Freedom Ice Wraps are designed to fit the unique shape of our horses legs unlike other equine ice boots or hock boots.

 

Note: You should always consult your veterinarian prior to applying compression.  

The Freedom Denim Lower-Leg Compression Ice Wraps:

 *Extended Ice Treatment (up to 50min of cold treatment)

 *Full coverage of Lower Leg with Extra support

 *Cold Treatment with Compression

Instructions: 

1. Undo straps, (with mesh fabric against your horses body) place smaller/lower section of the ice wrap around the lower pastern/coffin joint.

 

2. Next, wrap upper section around the cannon/splint bone areas of the leg and attach the middle strap first, this helps to holds the ice wrap in place so other straps may be attached easily.

 

3. Once all three straps are on they may be adjusted for fit and/or additional compression if desired.

Note: You should consult with your veterinarian when icing extending recommended icing time.

Note: You should consult your veterinarian regarding amount of compression that should be applied when needed for horse rehab.

   ~We wish you the best health for your horse.