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These materials provide insight into the pathophysiology behind the safety, effectiveness, and applicability of the Game Ready System:

  1. Knight KL. Cryotherapy in sport injury management. 1995. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL.
  2. Wilkerson GB. Treatment of the inversion ankle sprain through synchronous application of focal compression and cold. Athletic Training. JNATA. 1991;26:220-236.
  3. Cameron MH. Physical agents in rehabilitation from research to practice. 1999. W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA.
  4. Sabiston KB et al. The effects of intermittent compression and cold on reducing edema in postacute ankle sprains. Journal of Athletic Training. 1992;27(2):140.
  5. Grant KE. Seven steps to optimal healing. 2002.

In addition to the references above, Game Ready regularly cites these materials:

  1. Hubbard TJ, Denegar CR. Does cryotherapy improve outcomes with soft tissue injury? J Athl Train. 2004;39(3):278-279.
  2. Schaser K-D, Stover JF, Melcher I et al. Local cooling restores microcirculatory hemodynamics after closed soft-tissue trauma in rats. J Trauma. 2006;61(3):642-649.
  3. Dahl J, Li J, Bring DK-I, Renström P, Ackerman PW. Intermittent pneumatic compression enhances neurovascular ingrowth and tissue proliferation during connective tissue healing. A study in the rat. J Orthop Res. 2007;25:1185-1192.
  4. Johansson K, Lie E, Ekdahl C, Lindfeldt J. A randomized study comparing manual lymph drainage with sequential pneumatic compression for treatment of post operative arm lymphodema. Lymphology. 1998;31(2):56-64.
  5. McGeown JG, McHale NG, Thornbury KD. Effects of varying patterns of external compression on lymph flow in the hindlimb of the anaesthetized sheep. J Physiol. 1988;397:449-457.
  6. McGeown JG, McHale NG, Thornbury KD. The role of external compression and movement in lymph propulsion in the sheep hind limb. J Physiol. 1987;387:83-93.
  7. Capps/Mayberry. Cryotherapy and intermittent pneumatic compression for soft tissue trauma. January here for pdf
  8. Womochel K, Trowbridge C, Keller D. Effect of continuous circulating water and cyclical compression on intramuscular temperature and cardiovascular strain. University of Texas at Arlington. June 18 2009.
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