Using active cold compression may result in less post-operative manipulations and interventions, less physical therapy expenses, improved pain relief, greater likelihood of independence from narcotic use, and a quicker return to work and daily activities.
When reviewing healthcare expenses from the time of injury to return to pre-injury activity levels, there appears to be value in higher up-front investments in effective methods of cold and active compression therapy which may result in reduced expenses throughout the patient’s overall recovery.
In this white paper, you will gain:
A scientific basis for applying intermittent pneumatic compression combined with cold therapy in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries
Greater insight on the cost-effectiveness of available cryotherapy-based treatments
How you may be able to reduce expenses for your patients' injury rehabilitation
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