Physicool Cooling Bandage


Speed up your recovery with this innovative cooling bandage

  • The best there is for swelling and inflammation reduction
  • No need for ice with rapid evaporation technology
  • Provides an immediate pain relief
  • Bandage evaporates the heat and draws pain and swelling out
  • Recharge your Physicool bandage with the 500ml coolant spray
  • 2-in-1 product offering cold therapy and support to injured bones, joints and muscles
  • Self-grip strap can even be applied one-handed
  • Outperforms other ice-based treatments
  • Bandage A is 10cm x 2m for ankles and wrists
  • Bandage B is 12cm x 3m for elbows, thighs and shoulders


Out of Stock
  • Bandage A
  • Bandage B
  • Recharge

Features & Benefits

  • No refrigeration or freezing needed
  • Bandages are washable
  • Easy to apply – even one handed
  • Reusable
  • Self-grip strap holds bandage in place without creating pressure spot
  • 360 degree conformity
  • 100% woven cotton, no elastic content
  • Clinically proven to reduce inflammation and swelling
  • Recharge bottle holds 500ml coolant

500ml Recharge spray bottle, lets you top up the bandage with Physicool formula directly to the injured person, whilst it’s still in place. Alternatively, the bandage can be recharged in the holding pack before use.

Product Uses

The Physicool cooling bandage is a great way to treat joint and muscle pain. The versatile bandage can be applied to almost any joint on the body giving immediate pain relief, reducing swelling and inflammation, and speeding up patient mobility. Physicool bandages can be used to treat the following:

Arm: Tennis elbow, Golfer’s elbow, Elbow bursitis, Elbow tendonitis, Repetitive strain injury

Foot: Ankle sprains, Ankle strains, Plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy

Knee: Knee tendonitis, Knee sprains, Knee strains, Runners knee, Ligament injuries, Recovery after knee surgery

Leg: Hamstring injury, Quadriceps injury, Leg sprains, Leg strains, Shin splints, Tendonitis in knee or ankle, Calf strain, IT band syndrome

Shoulder: Frozen shoulder, Shoulder tendonitis, Shoulder bursitis, Shoulder impingement, Recovery after shoulder surgery, Shoulder strains, Should sprains

Wrist: Wrist sprain, Wrist strain, Wrist tendonitis, Repetitive strain injury, Wrist arthritis, Recovery after wrist surgery