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How Long to Ice an Injury
How Long to Ice an Injury

Ice Properly to Reap the Full Benefits of Cryotherapy Many patients with acute injuries are able to find relief through ice treatments, also known as cryotherapy. If you have been injured recently, within the last 48 hours, and you are experiencing swelling, we recommend ...

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    Experience the Relief and Relaxation That Comes with Physical Therapy While physical therapy can be painful under some circumstances, it should not be ...

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    How Tricare Cost-Sharing Requirement Waivers Are Encouraging Access to Long-Term Treatments As part of our combined efforts to help patients find ...

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    Link Between Physical Activity and Heart Health When you are forced to take a break from physical activity due to injury or bodily trauma, it can take ...

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  • Can Physical Therapy Be Done at Home?

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  • What Are the Most Common Types of Body Pain?

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