Hot & Cold

Shop our Hot and Cold therapy collection used after sport! Here you can find products such as cold packs, reusable ice packs, hot bags, sport cold sprays, portable massagers, knee cuffs, and many more! Choose what fits you best and bring the sport to another level.

USL Sport Instant Cold Pack
USL Sport Instant Cold Pack

Unit: EACH

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$3.00
USL Sport Flexi Film Wrap
USL Sport Flexi Film Wrap

Unit: EACH

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$9.80
USL Sport Ice/Hot Bag
USL Sport Ice/Hot Bag

Unit: EACH

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$18.10
USL Sport Cold Spray 200ml
USL Sport Cold Spray 200ml

Unit: CAN

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$19.99
Ice N Easy
Ice N Easy

Unit: EACH

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$69.95
USL Sport Wrap N Ice
USL Sport Wrap N Ice

Unit: EACH

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$34.99
USL Wheat Bags
USL Wheat Bags

Unit: EACH

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$21.59
Ice Up Portable Massager
Ice Up Portable Massager

Unit: EACH

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$48.95
Deep Heat Patches
Deep Heat Patches

Unit: PKT

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$10.90
Aircast Cryo/Cuff IC Cooler
Aircast Cryo/Cuff IC Cooler

Unit: EACH

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$302.40

Hot & Cold

Basic heat therapy or thermotherapy can involve the use of a hot water bottle, pads that can be heated in micro are, or a warm bath. For cold therapy or cryotherapy, a water bottle filled with cold water, a pad cooled in the freezer, or cool water can be used. In some cases, alternating heat and cold may help, as it will greatly increase blood flow to the injury site.

Why do you need our Hot and Cold Therapy products?

Cold treatment reduces inflammation by decreasing blood flow. Apply within 48 hours after an injury.

Heat treatment promotes blood flow and helps the muscle relax. Use for chronic pain.

Alternating heat and cold may help reduce exercise-induced muscle pain. 

Remember! Never use extreme heat, and never put ice directly on the skin!

Cold therapy also nums some tissues, acts as a local anesthetic and slows down the pain messages being transmitted to the brain. Ice can help treat a swollen and inflamed joint or muscle. 

Cold therapy can help in cases of osteoarthritis, a recent injury, gout, strains, tendinitis, or irritation in the tendons following activity.

Heat therapy improves circulation and can help eliminate the buildup of lactic acid waste that occurs after some type of exercise. Heat is also psychologically reassuring, which can enhance its analgesic properties.