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-Many doctors recommend Continuous Cold Therapy because it is essential in recovery after surgery, injury or strenuous activity

-By slowing blood flow to a specific area, cold therapy helps to reduce pain, inflammation and swelling

-Cold Therapy has also been shown through clinical studies to help reduce the requirement and use of narcotics because of its ability to help manage pain and discomfort


The Polar Care Cube Cold Therapy System is simple and reliable. It is also the most economical choice. This motorized system that circulates water from a cooler to a pad is a more economical motorized cold therapy offering. Remains cold for around 6-8 hours.


The Polar Care Kodiak Cold Therapy System offers an option of a battery pack which can offer up to 10 hours of life. Without battery pack, it remains cold for around 6-8 hours. The Polar Care Kodiak offers the intelli-flo pads and the option for a battery pack to make it more mobile.


The Polar Care Glacier Cold Therapy System circulates water from a cooler to a pad has prolonged cold treatment with temperature control capabilities. Remains cold for around 10-13 hours. The Polar Care Glacier offers the longest ice time.

-Gel Pack Therapy is a low-cost cold therapy option

-If a cold therapy machine is not an option for you right now, using gel packs and being consistent with it, will still help reduce inflammation and swelling

-The gel packs will remain cold for around 1-2 hours

Gel Pack Therapy

-Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) refers to the development of blood clots, or thrombi, within a deep vein

-Typically it occurs in the thigh or calf and can develop after any major surgery

-Symptoms may include pain, swelling and skin discoloration, or no signs at all. DVT risk is greatest between two and five days after surgery, with a second peak risk period occurring about 10 days after surgery—after the patient has been discharged

DVT Prevention

-Rehab products continue the hard work you have been putting in with cold therapy

-Stretching and moving your body will only further the progress you have made

-Rehabilitating and stretching can help your body to regain strength and flexibility

Covid Tests

Unit FAQs

We recommend hand washing all our products with a mild detergent and letting them air dry. Please do not put any products in the washing machine, dryer, or even the dishwasher, as this will compromise the material.

Read the Instructions For Use (PDFs)

Instructional videos can be found here:

Polar Care Cube

Polar Care Kodiak

Polar Care Glacier


Polar Care Wave

If you are experiencing an issue that isn’t addressed in these materials, please contact the manufacturers 24/7 cold therapy line at 800-321-0607.

Before storing your Polar Care unit, you will want to dry the unit and drain the pad(s) and tubing that connect to the unit.

To drain the pad, just disconnect it from the unit by depressing the silver tabs at the connector and pull the pad free. At the end of the tubing you will see two black X’s – those are the plungers that hold water in the pad.  Push the plungers down with the back of a pen to release the water, while rolling the pad up like a sleeping bag to push the water out.

Repeat step B to drain the tubing that comes out of the unit.

You will not be able to get every drop out, but the drier it is, the better.

If you have any questions or need help with these steps please call Breg's manufacturers customer care at 800-321-0607.

Breg products are patient specific and single-patient use only, so they should not be donated.

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