The Game Ready System is a cold therapy device which uses NASA spacesuit technology to simultaneously deliver intermittent compression and adjustable cold therapy in an all-in-one, easy-to-use system. The system features a microprocessor-enabled, portable control unit that allows you to regulate pressure and time settings with just the push of several buttons, while enabling you to adjust the temperature with just the twist of a dial. A comprehensive range of ergonomic wraps for the ankle, knee, shoulder, elbow and wrist brings adjustable cold and intermittent compression therapy to your injured body part.
Game Ready accelerates the healing process, reduces aches and pains, and is able to quickly get athletes and active people back in the game. Whether you are a professional athlete who makes a living on the field or someone who simply enjoys being active. No matter what your type or level of physical activity, when you are sidelined following an injury or orthopedic surgery, you’ve got one goal. You want to get back in action. You want to get Game Ready.
ORA’s Dr. Ryan Dunlay is also the team doctor for Davenport North and Pleasant Valley High Schools as well as for St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. In this video, Dr. Dunlay explains how ice and heat are used to treat muscle strains, sprains and tears. The Game Ready compression system available at ORA provides both ice therapy and compression therapy for post-operative patients.
Continuous Passive Motion units are used by the orthopedic specialists at ORA Orthopedics as a postoperative therapy designed to assist in recovery after joint surgery. CPM devices use a motorized unit designed to gently bend and straighten your joint. This is accomplished without patient effort; the machine moves the joint through a prescribed range of motion for an extended period of time. The therapy helps reduce your pain and discomfort while soothing and strengthening your joint.
CPM treatment greatly benefits patients by accelerating the recovery time after injury, reducing soft tissue stiffness, increasing range of motion, and eliminating scar tissue buildup that can prohibit joint function and mobility.