Endomed, Inc.

Cold Therapy FAQ

A proven approach for rehabilitation and treatment is “RICE” – Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. Our cold therapy systems with compression offers an adjustable cold therapy and intermittent compression in one easy-to-use state of the art system. It is this technology that has Colleges, NFL, NBA, NHL and even U.S. Army and Navy Special Forces, treating post surgical and acute injuries where cold and compression are indicated. Cold therapy and compression can decrease pain, muscle spasms, tissue damage, swelling, and has shown to promote healing.

How much will it cost me?

Costs vary due to the coverage you have with your provider. Many patients request Cold Therapy, but it is strongly recommended to read below to know and understand your situations.

Workers Comp

Claim provider pays entire preapproved amount to get you back to work faster.

Private Insurance

Many insurance providers/carriers may not cover or only cover partial amount. We recommend you call and preauthorize pre operatively to understand your coverage. Patient would be responsible for the remaining amount or all.

Cash Pay

Patient would be responsible for full amount payable to Endomed Inc. $350 for 14 days or $500 for 28 days. Payment is due upon receipt of unit.

How long should I request Cold Therapy for?

Your physician and Endomed representative will have a protocol in place