SIMPLE SERIOUS RELIEF
VibraCool is FDA cleared for temporary relief of aches and injuries on contact and is clinically proven effective.. We combine two physiologic methods, high frequency vibration and ice, to relieve pain. VibraCool technology pairs a concave, palm sized unit with specially designed ice packs that attach securely to the back. Place VibraCool directly where it hurts, adding effectiveness to medical or sports training icing and relieving joint pain, general aches and injuries.
Includes 36% larger vibration unit with on/off switch, two AAA batteries, two freeze-solid ice packs, strap.
NECK, SHOULDER AND LOWER BACK PAIN
For neck, shoulder or lower back pain, tuck under clothing or hold in place
For plantar fasciitis, place ice above unit and use self-attaching strap to hold in place on foot.
FDA 510(k) CLEARED
We combine two physiologic methods, high frequency vibration and ice, to relieve pain
Research shows that high frequency vibration can help healing, and putting cold on pain is as old as ice itself. The innovative combination is curved to fit on running injuries or carpal tunnel pain, and can be secured with a Velcro strap (included) around aching knees, elbows, ankles or wrists.
Add some pizzazz to your normal injury icing routine, and use VibraCool technology to buzz it better! Testimonials have been incredible.
“I love my Vibracool! I bought it for my sprained ankle, but I use it all over–my knee, my hip, my shoulder, my wrists. Apparently, I’m getting arthritis in various joints (yay for getting fat and old!) and the Vibracool gives me relief. Best money I’ve spent.”
-SUSAN LEWIS PACIGA
HOW IT WORKS – PAIN RELIEF PHYSIOLOGY
While ice decreases pain and inflammation, it can also decrease blood flow and stiffen muscles. Adding massage improves blood flow, enhancing the removal of lactic acid, cytokines and injured tissue, while vibrational massage reduces pain and loosens stiff muscles. FDA cleared VibraCool™ puts cold and vibration together for the first time!
Created by a pain management physician, VibraCool™ Massaging Ice Therapy is a reusable over the counter pain device. From aches to injuries to athletic training, VibraCool™ provides alternative drug-free pain relief. VibraCool™ overwhelms the pain nerves with neutral sensations of cold and vibration, with a strap that keeps the unit in place even with activity. For aches and injuries, place VibraCool™ directly on the site for 10 – 20 minutes with both ice and vibration activated for relief on contact.
INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED REEARCH SHOWS VibraCool™ WORKS!
In a study comparing the effect of vibration therapy and massage in prevention of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, vibration was superior for clinical early reduction of pain.
OVER 5,000 HOSPITALS AND CLINICS AND MORE THAN 50,000 USERS HAVE ADOPTED OUR UNIQUE Cool-Pulse™ TECHNOLOGY WITH VibraCool™ OR Buzzy®.
Buzzy®, our flagship pain relief device, uses vibration and ice to decrease pain from injections and needle sticks. Buzzy® was a Medical Design Excellence Awards recipient and Georgia Bio Most Innovative Company recipient in 2014.
GATE CONTROL PAIN RELIEF
The gate control mechanism is the basis for VibraCool™. “Gate control” is the term used to describe pain relief by confusing your body’s own nerves and distracting away from the pain. Nerve sensations of temperature (c fibers) or vibration (a beta fibers) combine in the spine to send one message to the brain. Hyperstimulating cold and vibration “shuts the gate” on the small, fast a delta sharp pain sensations, so the brain only perceives cold and motion.
Just as running a burn under cold water stops the burn, stimulating cold receptors can dull pain. Ice frozen solid also induces Descending Noxious Inhibitory Control, or DNIC, reducing pain by taking up bandwidth in the pain-processing area of the brain and sending inhibitory signals down to block pain throughout the body.
COLD + VIBRATION RESEARCH
Cold and vibration together have been extensively studied for needle pain. If you can numb needles, aches are easy. Bibliography found here for Buzzy needle procedure research.