ICE BATH FOR ANKLE INJURIES. HEAL COMFORTABLY. HEAL FASTER.
AnkleAid is scientifically designed and patented to be your foot's best friend! Treats ankle and Achilles injuries, plantar fasciitis, and elbow injuries better than the rest so you can carry on with your active lifestyle.
AnkleAid United States Patent No. 9,022,957 and D719,271 S
AnkleAid for Contrast Therapy
Contrast Therapy is a form of hydrotherapy. It is also called hot/cold immersion therapy. It is the use of hot and cold water to help decrease pain and increase circulation in area of injury and restricted blood flow. We now offer a combo pack of 2 AnkleAids specifically for Contrast Therapy.
AnkleAid for Cryo/Cold Therapy
AnkleAid used with ice water can help reduce pain, swelling, and tissue breakdown on ankle sprains, strains, Achilles tendonitis, and more.
AnkleAid for Thermal/Heat Therapy
AnkleAid used with hot water can help reduce pain, stiffness, and increase blood flow to the healing area on ankle sprains, muscle spasms, and more.
Healing the Nation
With its comfortable design and durability, it’s easy to see why AnkleAid is currently being used by Elite Pro and College Athletes and Athletic Trainers on a daily basis. In addition AnkleAid is in use by Physical Therapy Centers, Podiatrists, post-op surgery patients, seniors, weekend warrior rec athletes, high schools, and individuals across the United States. Just imagine what it can do for you!
“As an avid runner, there’s nothing worse than being stuck inside with a bum ankle. I needed something that would help me heal quickly, but I’m incredibly sensitive to cold so I was never able to treat my ankle for as long as my doctors recommended. Because AnkleAid allows me to keep my toes out of the water, I’m able to keep my ankle in the ice bath longer, giving my ankle the full treatment it needs to heal fast.
Already obsessed. It feels SO GOOD. Beats peas by 10,000%!"
Kari Lynne, Avid long distance runner
"I have been a physical therapist (PT) for 31 years. I’m a coach and a dad too. In my opinion, when an ankle or foot injury requires ice treatment, there is no better way to treat it than with an AnkleAid. It is a terrific tool for therapists to use on patients who have acute and chronic foot/ankle injuries and require vasoconstriction and reduction of swelling. It is ergonomically correct, providing the patient with optimal comfort during treatment. It also eliminates the risk of frost nip and/or frost bite of the toes, as the toes stay out of the ice bath. Because AnkleAid is so affordable and portable, therapists can have multiple AnkleAids in their training room, clinic, etc. and take them on the go."