Chattanooga ColPac Cold Therapy, Blue Vinyl, Large/Standard-Size Cold Pack (11″ x 14″)

Chattanooga ColPac Cold Therapy, Blue Vinyl, Large/Standard-Size Cold Pack (11″ x 14″)

Chattanooga ColPac Cold Therapy, Blue Vinyl, Large/Standard-Size Cold Pack (11



The Chattanooga ColPac Cold Therapy Pack provides instant pain relief to treat fever, bruises, sprains, strains, and helps to manage swelling. It delivers up to 30 minutes of soothing relief. Simply apply immediately after an injury to control the inflammation of soft tissue. The patented design of the Chattanooga ColPac gently delivers soothing cold therapy and stays pliable during treatment. Each blue vinyl Chattanooga ColPac is latex-free and is filled with non-toxic silica gel, so it’s safe for all ages to use. This cold therapy pack is extremely durable, and is commonly used in team sports and safety kits. Recommended the most by Physical Therapists and Sports Trainers, every Chattanooga ColPac is backed by a one-year warranty.

$ 8.99

Chattanooga ColPac Cold Therapy, Blue Vinyl, Large/Standard-Size Cold Pack (11

  • Patented design of the Chattanooga ColPac gently delivers soothing cold therapy and stays pliable during treatment
  • Provides instant pain relief to treat fever, bruises, sprains, strains, and helps to manage swelling
  • Each cold therapy pack is latex-free and is filled with non-toxic silica gel, so it’s safe for all ages to use
  • Simply apply immediately after an injury to control the inflammation of soft tissue; Delivers up to 30 minutes of soothing relief
  • Recommended the most by Physical Therapists and Sports Trainers, every Chattanooga ColPac is backed by a one-year warranty

Health Daily | Community
Health Daily | Community
This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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