If you spend a day doing an activity you’re not used to, like strenuous hiking or lots of bending and lifting, most probably you can develop tendonitis. Tendonitis is caused by straining your joint and your muscles, either through repetitive use, overuse or overloading.

The most common causes of knee pain are related to aging, injury or repeated stress on the knee. Common knee problems include sprained or strained ligaments, cartilage tears, tendonitis and arthritis.

What is the best way to relieve knee pain?

Rest. Take a break from your normal activities to reduce repetitive strain on your knee, give the injury time to heal and help prevent further damage.

Ice. It reduces both pain and inflammation.

Compression. Knee compression sleeves can be helpful for people who need extra support around their knee when taking part in exercise or other physical activity. Some provides overall support to the whole knee area, while others add targeted support to the kneecap.

Elevation. Elevating the affected leg can help reduce blood flow to the knee, helping to alleviate inflammation, swelling, and discomfort.

Faster Knee Recovery?

These are what you need! The Coldest knee ice pack and The Coldest air compression ice pack. These are built for athletes, high performers, pros and it work injuries.

It reduces knee swelling pain and inflammation caused by muscle fatigue, injury or surgery.

It has the coldest technology that evenly distribute coldness and it is reusable, durable, flexible and molds to knee for faster recovery.


  • Do not apply directly onto skin. Always use shirt, or sleeve, or cloth unless doctor recommended.
  • If Icepack breaks or leaks, discard.
  • Ice pack is not edible.


Apply for 20 minutes at a time with 20 minutes in between.