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Smith & Nephew Wound careSmith and Nephew is a diverse healthcare conglomerate with operations across the globe, including various medical devices, personal care products and traditional and pioneering wound care treatments. Smith & Nephew specializes in the production of wound care management, health & beauty, sports medicine and trauma.

With a mission to restore people’s bodies and their self-beliefs, Smith & Nephew is providing wound care management products for the treatment of acute and chronic wounds, including leg, diabetic and pressure ulcers, burns and post-operative wounds.

The company is dedicated to reduce the human and economical consequence of wound with the objective of-

Smith & Nephew ALLEVYN Dressing

The ALLEVYN range of dressings from Smith & Nephew is a comprehensive range of absorbent foam dressings. Trusted over 25 years of clinical use, Allevyn dressings are designed to respond to the human body with a wide range of sizes, shapes, and formats. Allevyn dressings create a moist wound healing environment for fast wound healing as it keeps the wound at an optimal moisture level. The ALLEVYN Range consists of complete clinically proven, quality foam dressings designed to fulfill a diverse range of wound care requirements.

Smith & Nephew ACTICOAT Dressing

ACTICOAT dressings from Smith And Nephew utilizes the antimicrobial properties of silver to provide an efficient and effective barrier to bacterial penetration. Acticoat offer a wide range of flexible, conformable and absorbent wound dressing. Each ACTICOAT dressings are developed with properties specific to its required use

Smith+Nephew provides the best Wound Dressing Types with advanced healing techniques to achieve this objective.

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Types of sports injuries include:
  • Muscle strains
  • Sprains including joint injuries including knee, shoulder and elbow pain.
  • Upper back pain and low back pain
  • Neck pain from a collision injury or concussion
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tennis or golfer's elbow
  • Soft tissue injuries

Treatment of sports injuries may include applying compression, using compression therapy, kenisio taping technique, cryotherapy, massage therapy etc.

The best way to avoid sports injuries is to warm up your muscles with gentle exercise, like walking, for about 10-15 minutes before the exercise or sport. Keep hydrated by drinking water before, during and after exercise or playing sports. Also it is very important to cool down after activity. Wear a compression brace if you are at risk of an injury or have a history of previous injuries.

Sports injuries usually accompany pain and swelling at the site of injury. For the initial few days, use RICE therapy—Rest, Ice packs, Compression and Elevation to ease the pin and swelling due to the injury.

It is recommended to see a doctor when you are unable to walk without a lot of pain, have numbness in the injured area or cannot move the area, you notice redness or red streaks spreading out from the injured area.