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Tips for Maintaining Consistency in Your Cold Therapy

Posted by Sean McGown on

Maintaining consistency in your cold therapy can be challenging, but it is important to ensure that you benefit most from your treatment. Here are some tips for maintaining consistency in your cold therapy. Follow a consistent schedule: It is important to follow a consistent schedule for your cold therapy treatments. This will help your body get used to the treatment and allow you to see the best results. Use the right temperature: Different cold therapy treatments require different temperatures. For example, ice packs should be applied at a temperature of 0°C (32°F) or below, while cold water immersion should be...

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Tru Pull Lite for Patella Pain

Posted by Sean McGown on

Patella pain is a common condition that affects the kneecap (patella) and the joint between the patella and the thigh bone (femur). The medical term is patellofemoral pain syndrome or PFPS. Causes include muscle imbalances, overuse injuries, and structural abnormalities in the knee joint. Poor posture, tight muscles, and weak quadriceps can also contribute to patella pain. Symptoms include discomfort and pain in the front of the knee. Pain can occur during activities such as walking, climbing stairs, and squatting.   Treatment for patella pain involves a combination of rest, cold therapy, pain medication, and physical therapy. Physical therapy stretches...

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How to Properly Alternate Cold and Hot Therapy

Posted by Sean McGown on

Cold and hot therapy, also known as cryotherapy and thermotherapy, are two common forms of treatment used to manage pain and inflammation in the body. Cold therapy reduces blood flow and swelling, while hot therapy increases blood flow and relaxation of muscles. Here are some guidelines for alternating cold and hot therapy: Determine the appropriate temperature: For cold therapy, use a pack or cloth that is 40-50°F (4-10°C). For hot therapy, use a pack or cloth that is 100-110°F (38-43°C). Determine the appropriate duration: Cold therapy should be applied for 10-15 minutes, while hot therapy should be applied for 15-20...

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Cold Therapy After Spinal Surgery

Posted by Stephen Khentigan on

Why do neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons incorporate cold therapy into their Recovery Programs? Read on and learn how you can use cold therapy to help recover after spinal surgery

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Protecting Your Skin When Doing Cold Therapy

Posted by Stephen Khentigan on

You must protect your skin when using cold to the injured area, and this article MyColdTherapy.com will teach you about protecting your skin when doing cold therapy.

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