Rent the
ProMOTION
EV1
from £275+vat

Renting the ProMOTION EV1 is the perfect way to access its extensive range of therapeutic benefits, without the commitment of purchasing a device. A good option if you have a short term injury need, or want to test EV1 for an extended period to assess the benefits before purchasing.

Rent from just £275+vat for 28 days (including delivery & collection).

Rent for Pre/Post Op & short-term injury needs

Cryotherapy and compression have demonstrated positive clinical outcomes for post-operative patients, including a reduction in pain and swelling.4,9 The use of combined cryotherapy and compression has also been shown to reduce opioid consumption for post-operative patients.4,9

ProMOTION EV1 is small, portable, requires no ice, water or tethering to an electrical supply making it ideal to use at home or on the move, as part of your recovery or for pain relief.

Discuss with your medical professional for advice on how best to use ProMOTION EV1 to help manage pain and swelling pre-surgery and continue your rehabilitation process in the comfort of your own home post-surgery.

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Rent for an extended trial

Rental can allow clubs, athletes or private clinics to put ProMOTION EV1 to the test for a longer evaluation period before a purchase. Choose to rent from 4 to 12 weeks. Delivery and collection are included in the rental fee.

If your club has a growing injury list, a short-term rental can help give more players access to therapy, more often, to help get them back to fitness faster.

Get in touch to talk about Clubs and Association packages.

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What If you want to keep it?

We’re so sure you will see the benefits of using EV1 that if you decide to purchase at the end of your rental period we will refund your first month’s rental fee (up to £275) will be refunded.

References

1. Rivenburgh DW. Physical modalities in the treatment of tendon injuries. Clin Sports Med. 1992;(0278-5919 (Print)):645-59.

2. Michlovitz SL. Thermal Agents in Rehabilitation. F.A. Davis Company; 1990.

3. Malanga GA, Yan N, Stark J. Mechanisms and efficacy of heat and cold therapies for musculoskeletal injury. Postgraduate medicine. 2015;127(1):57.

4. Waterman B, Walker JJ, Swaims C, Shortt M, Todd MS, Machen SM, Owens BD. The efficacy of combined cryotherapy and compression compared with cryotherapy alone following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. J Knee Surg. 2012 May;25(2):155-60. doi: 10.1055/s-0031-1299650. PMID: 22928433.

5. Muaddi H, Lillie E, Silva S, Cross JL, Ladha K, Choi S, Mocon A, Karanicolas P. The Effect of Cryotherapy Application on Post-operative Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Ann Surg. 2021 Dec 2. doi: 10.1097/SLA.0000000000004987. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34856580.

6. Nadler SF, Weingand K, Kruse RJ. The physiologic basis and clinical applications of cryotherapy and thermotherapy for the pain practitioner. Pain physician. 2004;7(3):395.

7. Zemke JE, Andersen JC, Guion WK, McMillan J, Joyner AB. Intramuscular temperature responses in the human leg to two forms of cryotherapy: ice massage and ice bag. The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. 1998;27(4):301-7.

8. Kennet J, Hardaker N, Hobbs S, Selfe J. Cooling Efficiency of 4 Common Cryotherapeutic Agents. Journal of Athletic Training. 2007;42(3):343-348.

9. Dehghan M, Farahbod F. The efficacy of thermotherapy and cryotherapy on pain relief in patients with acute low back pain, a clinical trial study. Journal of clinical and diagnostic research: JCDR. 2014;8(9):LC01-LC04. doi:10.7860/JCDR/2014/7404.481

 

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