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Icy Feet™ Orthotic Cold packs for Painful Feet

Icy Feet™ Orthotic Cold packs for Painful Feet
 
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The Icy Feet™ cold pack features an engineered insole shape with a recessed heel cup and elevated arch to allow for a comfortable fit while providing constant contact at the point where relief is needed.  

Indications: Muscle strains, Bone spurs, Inflammation, Cramping, Plantar Fasciitis, Heel spurs, Throbbing, Bruised, sesamoids

How It Began

Even the smallest tasks can overwhelm you with pain when you have a foot injury. Simply walking from point A to point B can reduce you to tears. If you have a foot injury and spend any amount of time on your feet, your search for a solution has ended. Icy Feet makes icing easy!

The inventor and owner of Icy Feet, spends most of his days on his feet as do millions of Americans. When he was diagnosed with plantar fasciitis, he tried all of the traditional remedies, including anti-inflammatories, cortisone shots, rest, and ice. In fact, it was his regular use of the R.I.C.E. treatment (rest, ice, compression, elevate) that motivated him to create a product that incorporated these elements.

After soaking his feet in ice water, using frozen bags of peas, frozen paper cups, and frozen bottles of water, he was determined to find an easier way to ice his feet. Heading to the freezer once again, he came upon his inspiration in the form of his daughter's ice pack that she uses in her lunch bag each day. From that, he imagined an ice pack that was engineered with an exaggerated arch for constant contact where relief is needed most, a recessed heel cup so one foot could comfortably rest in the cold pack, a solid structure so that a foot could conform to the cold pack (versus the cold pack conforming to the foot), and two strategically placed straps so that you can elevate while icing.

Each of these components come together to create a revolutionary, patent-pending product: Icy Feet, the easiest way to ice your feet!

Who Can Benefit

It is recommended that people walk 10,000 steps per day*, which is nearly equivalent to five miles. Walking, as well as many other daily activities, can cause foot pain. Icing your feet is the most effective way to reduce foot pain. Anyone who needs to ice his or her feet can benefit from the ease of using Icy Feet!

Icy Feet is a must-have if you suffer from sore feet or participate often in recreational activities. Icy Feet enables the benefits of "R.I.C.E." by making icing easy!

Rest -Resting your injured foot is important to promote effective healing.

Ice- Choose Icy Feet to ice your injured foot. Never leave ice on an injury for more than 20 minutes at a time. Longer exposure can damage your skin and even result in frostbite.

Compression- Compression helps limit and reduce swelling, which may delay healing.

Elevation- Elevating your foot helps control swelling. It's most effective when the injured foot is raised above the level of the heart.

Features

Easy to use

Easy to clean

Streamlines icing process

Features an engineered insole shape with a recessed heel cup and elevated arch

Two strategically placed straps so that you can elevate while icing

One size fits all (left foot and right foot cold packs can be purchased separately)

Freezes solid

Continuous contact with the foot where relief is needed most


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