Bob Moore's Review September 10 2013

"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 with a slight stretch 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.  For the therapist, an added time-saving benefit is that it uses a minimal amount of water and ice versus filling a whirlpool.  Because AnkleAid is so affordable and portable, therapists can have multiple AnkleAids in their training room, clinic, etc. and take them on the go. Patients can get one to keep at home as it's very important to ice down injuries multiple times throughout a 24-hour cycle. 
Like bandaids and ace bandages, I think AnkleAid will become a mainstay not only in every physical therapy office, but also in every home in America."