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  • Wed 11th Dec 2019 - 6:22am
    Be careful not to apply ice continuously, as Arctic Blast Review it can damage the skin. A good rule of thumb is 20 minutes on, 20 minutes off and to place a towel on top of the skin to prevent direct contact. After the initial 48 to 72 hours of injury treatment with ice, the current recommendation is to switch over to heat. One of the first phases of healing is the inflammatory phase, for which adequate blood flow is necessary to bring in those substances. Plenty of medical providers recommend at that point alternating ice and heat for both pain control and assisting in the healing process. After physical therapy, ice is recommended to prevent significant inflammation and throbbing along with pain. After a few hours, for instance when going to bed later on, heat may assist with relaxing the affected body part and allow one to fall asleep easier. This is the current thought process for ice and heat treatment with a musculoskeletal injury. When used in conjunction with physical therapy and possibly chiropractic treatment, ice and heat can be very effective modalities.

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