Game Ready Rentals Available in Campbell County
If you’re recovering from an orthopedic surgery or suffered a musculoskeletal injury, you can’t wait to get back to the activities you love as quickly as you can. That’s where a Game Ready® can help your body heal faster and recover better.
If you need a Game Ready in the Gillette, Wyoming area, Campbell County Health’s Home Medical Resources is now offering rentals.
RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation) has long been used to treat injury and to assist in the recovery and rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery. The Game Ready system simultaneously delivers both adjustable cold therapy and intermittent compression with its innovative ACCEL® Technology (Active Compression and Cold Exchange Loop). The system progressively increases and releases pressure while also rapidly circulating ice water through separate wrap chambers.
Game Ready’s temperature adjustability allows for customized and comfortable cold application, which can help to improve patient compliance while decreasing pain and muscle spasms, tissue damage, and swelling.
Compression has been shown to limit swelling, control edema formation, and accelerate the healing process. In addition, intermittent compression has been shown to be more effective than static compression in the clinical setting. Game Ready’s intermittent compression conforms the wrap to the contours of the body to aid in the delivery of the cold therapy.
Using a Game Ready unit after surgery:
- significantly reduces pain
- significantly reduces swelling
- improves range of motion
Talk with your doctor about using Game Ready to help you heal from your surgery or injury. Learn more about Game Ready at www.cchwyo.org/gameready.
Game Ready rentals are available in Campbell County. Rent a Game Ready® from Home Medical Resources for your injury or surgery recovery at home.
Call (307) 688-6260 to learn more. Home Medical Resources is located at 901 W. Second St. in Gillette, across from the Rockpile Museum. Hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.