Moji, Glenview, Ill, offers Moji Knee, a two-piece compression ice wrap that makes post-activity icing more user-friendly, according to the company.
The patent-pending Cold Cell design features a composite of 18 individual cold cells, which work collectively, form-fitting to the specific shape and dimensions of the knee to accommodate variances in individuals’ range-of-motion, gait, and movement patterns, the company says. The absorbent Dri-lex fabric layer serves as a soft skin, encasing the cold cell, and eliminating condensation and leaking, says the company.
Polartec four-way stretch fabric provides compression that focuses cooling to targeted areas, range-of-motion, and mobility, the company says. The wrap features four neoprene, stretch-tab fastening points that allow users to customize the fit.
Moji To Go, a portable, stainless steel, thermally insulated canister that keeps the cold cell frozen for up to 6 hours, fits into most standard athletic bags and backpacks, according to the company.
The company’s Web site is designed to serve as an advocacy/information source for recovery and a high-activity lifestyle, and features an interactive library with editorial sections on training, recovery, and rehabilitation.
The product will be displayed at the company’s Booth 436 at the American Physical Therapy Association’s annual conference in Baltimore on June 10 to 13.