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Oakley
Reg. Feb 2006
Posted 2018-05-15 10:08 AM (#7396266)
Subject: Effective ways to ice knees



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 My horse had a chip removed last fall, and the vet told me to ice it after a run. Just wanting to see if anyone has any creative ways to do this. It's such a hard area to wrap or ice. 
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streakysox
Reg. Jul 2008
Posted 2018-05-15 1:44 PM (#7396294 - in reply to #7396266)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees



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Cheap and effective. Buy cheap maxi pads. wet and freeze. They stay where you put them and are good for about 30 minutes of cold. hold in place with vet wrap.
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yanawelch
Reg. Jul 2018
Posted 2018-07-22 8:37 PM (#7403171 - in reply to #7396266)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees


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Can I just use a thick cloth?
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streakysox
Reg. Jul 2008
Posted 2018-07-22 11:49 PM (#7403180 - in reply to #7403171)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees



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yanawelch - 2018-07-22 8:37 PM

Can I just use a thick cloth?

To hold the Maxi pads in place? If you can get everything to stay where you want it, why not?
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streakysox
Reg. Jul 2008
Posted 2018-07-23 11:58 AM (#7403239 - in reply to #7403171)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees



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yanawelch - 2018-07-22 8:37 PM

Can I just use a thick cloth?

To hold the Maxi pads in place? If you can get everything to stay where you want it, why not?
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Talitha_Azuma
Reg. Aug 2018
Posted 2018-08-20 3:03 AM (#7405776 - in reply to #7396266)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees


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If you are looking for any cheap way then use any cloth and place ice inside it. What about ice packs?
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Stanfjn
Reg. Mar 2008
Posted 2018-08-20 9:11 AM (#7405797 - in reply to #7396266)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees



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I needed to ice my mare's knee one time so I put some ice in a ziplock bag, put a paper towel against her knee, then the ice bag, and vet wrapped it around her knee. It did work. I have some friends that will wet and freeze a standing wrap and then put it on the leg so that may work a little better :)
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cow pie
Reg. Nov 2009
Posted 2018-08-21 5:35 PM (#7405968 - in reply to #7396266)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees


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cut off legs of old pants, slip on legs, wrap bottom fill with ice wrap top if slide down apply a wither strap or other means.
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kristofer
Reg. Sep 2018
Posted 2018-09-11 10:01 PM (#7407765 - in reply to #7396266)
Subject: RE: Effective ways to ice knees


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use any cloth and place ice inside it
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