Dance Health

Jade Gel Pack Dance

Bring relief to dance injuries
Don’t let injuries stop your performance. Jade Gel Pack contours to the body’s shape in order to maximize the effectiveness of the gel pack using hot or cold relief. Injuries resulting from foot, ankle, knee and lower back are all common areas of injury. Ice, bags of frozen peas, hot water bottles and other methods of relieving injuries are not as effective as Jade Gel Pack.

Jade Gel Pack Features
Completely safe to use hot or cool
Convenient and versatile
Reusable for years
Comfortable outer covering
Easily wipes clean with a soft cloth
Great Design Aesthetic


Dance is an art, don’t let injury slow you down
Do you hate taking time off due to injuries? We all do. Although everyone active in their sport knows the price of remaining active comes with the hidden cost of the occasional injury, no matter what your game, or how good you are at it, injuries happen.

The most common dance injuries are:
• Sprains and strains
• Knee injuries
• Swollen muscles
• Achilles tendon injuries
• Pain along the shin bone
• Rotator cuff injuries
• Fractures
• Tendonitis
• Stress Fractures
• Strains & Sprains
• Swelling
• Dislocations

So you are injured, what do you do now? Go see a sports medicinal specialist? Yes if we can, or if we have been through enough of these we can see a pattern, Ice the new injury, Ibuprofen, elevation ect… The first line of therapy often is thermal therapy, or “cryotherapy” for therapy geeks. Timing or getting to your first line of defense to injuries does matter. The quicker you can apply ice to the injury, the more you will be able to manage swelling or inflammation that occurs in traumatized tissues, ligaments, muscles, joints, ect. Icing also manages chronic or re-occurring injuries as well. Although we may not instinctively want to apply a block of ice to already injured shoulder after a game, brushed nylon taffeta is less clammy than an ice pack, Jade Gel Pack’s flexibility when chilled in a cooler is the same temperature as an ice block but you can’t tell by the feel. So why isn’t everyone managing their injuries better with cryotherapy? In a word, doctors call it ‘compliance,’ or willingness to run to an ice block after each workout, training session, or performance, each and every time.


Do not overheat Jade Gel Pack. Jade Gel Pack should not be heated more than three 20 second intervals.