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King Brand ColdCure Elbow Wrap Instructions

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Published on Jul 19, 2015

The ColdCure Elbow Wrap comes with 3 gel packs containing XC RigiGel. The XC Gel packs can be stored in the fridge or the freezer before use of the ColdCure Elbow Wrap. Prior to use, charge the XC Gel packs in the fridge or freezer for at least one hour.

To apply the ColdCure Elbow Wrap, undo the Velcro straps, and take the XC Gel Packs from the fridge or freezer. Open the Velcro closure and insert the gel packs into the mesh pocket lining up the shape of the gel with the shape of the pocket. The XC Gel pack can be inserted with the white side facing up or down, as it is not side specific.

Pull your arm through the two elastic straps and pull the wrap up to your elbow. Make sure the XC Gel pack inside the mesh pocket is covering the injured area of your elbow. Secure the Velcro straps above and below your elbow. It's recommended to rest during treatment.

If storing the XC Gel packs in the fridge there is no need to take breaks in between treatments. The XC Gel packs can be continuously swapped out as they warm up, or when you've reached 20 minutes. If storing the XC Gel packs in the freezer, do a 20 minute treatment and take a 20 minute break. Cycle treatments throughout the day.

When using XC gel packs stored in the freezer, put a layer of clothing in between the wrap and your skin.

The level of cold felt will increase as your inflammation decreases. If ColdCure treatments become uncomfortable, then take the wrap off for a couple minutes, and then re-apply.

For more information, please visit: www.kingbrand.com/Elbow-Ice-Packs-and-Wraps.php?REF=youtube

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