State-of-the-art technology delivers therapeutic cooling without ice. The most convenient way to apply cold therapy.


Customizable compression greatly improves the effeciveness of cold therapy and promotes healing.


By combining the therapeutic benefits of cooling and compression in a single, easy-to-use device, recovery times are greatly improved.

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Revolutionary Technology

Compressive cryotherapy is not the "newest radical fad." In fact, cold treatment and active compression devices have existed for years but innovations have fallen short. Due to this, NICE1 was born. The team at NICE worked with top surgeons, engineers, industrial designers, and, most importantly, patients to create a device that the market demanded. You spoke; they listened.

NICE1 programmable pneumatic compression

Product Details

NICE1: Provides programmable pneumatic compression, which is proven to reduce edema and speed recovery.

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No Ice

1 cup of water, that’s it. This is a clear point of differentiation when compared with other cold therapy devices.

Immediate Cooling

Regulated and consistent temperature reached within 90 seconds. No priming necessary.


NICE1 has an extremely intuitive graphical touch screen interface that makes it easy to operate.


The smallest and lightest device on the market. NICE1 focuses on a superior user experience, providing hassle-fee therapy.

Form-Fitting Wraps

Precise joint fitment without the need of an interior sleeve.

Reusable Applications

Knee, hip, shoulder, lumbar, foot/ankle, hand/wrist, and butterfly applications.

Pliable Universal Fit hose

Flexible, user-friendly connection for ease-of-use and mobility.

Older Technology before the introduction of NICE1

cold therapy device

Cold Therapy

  • Cold Therapy ONLY
  • Requires Ice + Water (replenishment necessary after each session)
  • NO Compression
  • NO Touchscreen Interface
  • NO Compliance Tracking
  • NO Pre-Programmed Controlled Therapy
  • NO Regulated Temperature (potential risk of frost bite)
  • One-Size-Fits-All Wrap
cold + compression device

Cold + Compression

  • Requires Ice + Water (replenishment necessary after each session)
  • NO Touchscreen Interface
  • NO Compliance Tracking
  • NO Pre-Programmed Controlled Therapy
  • Semi-Regulated Temperature (potential risk of frost bite)
  • One-Size-Fits-All Wrap
dated iceless technology

Dated Iceless Technology

  • Requires Distilled Water & Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Overwhelming Set-Up (prior to 1st treatment)
  • Requires 10+ Minutes to "Prime" (Necessary for Reaching Optimal Temperature)
  • Complicated Interface
  • Pre-Set Wear Times
  • 9.5 lbs - 15 lbs
  • One-Size-Fits-All Wrap

Older Technology before the introduction of NICE1

Requires Ice
Water Recyclization
Zero-Patient Monitoring
3 Levels of Compression
24 Proprietary Wraps
Cold Therapy
Touch Screen Interface
Compliance Tracking
Immediate Cooling
Intuitive Programming
Temperature Regulated
Game Ready
ThermoTek VascuTherm
Ice Man
Polar Care

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Instructions for Use

Unpackaging NICE1 CCT kit video
NICE1 CCT shoulder wrap video
NICE1 CCT knee wrap how to video
NICE1 CCT knee wrap guide

Why Cryo-Compression was
Prescribed After Surgery

Whether you experienced a work related injury or suffered a bone fracture during the big game, "icing an injury" has nearly become second nature. Surprisingly, it wasn't until the mid-80's that virtually every physician began recommending R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) after an injury or operation. To date, this still remains the standard home remedy for treating soft tissue injuries.

However, most people don't know that unregulated cold applications may result in significant and irreversible tissue damage.

Though applying ice directly to an injured area can help to reduce inflammation, human tissue can only withstand so much. The application of cold ice triggers the body's natural response to limit blood flow to the affected area. By reducing blood flow, you limit the amount of inflammation and inflammatory mediators, which reduces swelling. In theory, icing via "ice cubes, ice packs, or ice machines" seems adequate, but when unregulated, these applications can lead to further complications.

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