Hot And Cold Therapy Articles


Early Injury Treatment-Patient Care Questions Answered

Posted on Mar 14, 2018 by Kevin Cleary

Minor injuries can escalate into major problems if the initial, early injury treatment is botched or done incorrectly. There is nothing simple about first aid and the ability to heal properly can be hampered if the proper techniques are not followed or ignored.

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9 Reasons You Should Say 'Yes' to Cryotherapy

Posted on Jan 04, 2018 by Hunaid Germanwala

The term Cryotherapy (also known as cold therapy) originates from Greek word ‘Cryo’ which means cold or icy, and ‘Krous’ which translates to treatment.

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8 Ways You Never Knew You Could Use Your FSA Dollars in 2021

Posted on Sep 29, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

Have you already started fretting over the year end conundrum of “Gotta use it or I will lose it”?!? Every year you plan the FSA number based on probabilities of a certain number of sick visits to the doctors for family, broken frames replacements especially if you have little ones who use eyeglasses, maybe even accounted for a possible root canal for a cavity.

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Hot and Cold Encyclopedia

Posted on May 23, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Ice decreases the blood flow to the injury, thereby decreasing the amount of inflammation and swelling. The pain that recurs after this can be easily treated with heat, which brings the blood to the area thus promoting healing.

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Dealing with Winters Aches and Pains

Posted on Dec 30, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

The cold, dark days of winter can stress our bodies and minds much differently than during the rest of the year. The cold weather can constrict muscles and make working or playing outdoors difficult. Whether it’s from shoveling snow or sledding in the backyard we sometimes need to find relief from winter’s aches and pains.

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When And How to use Hot and Cold Therapy?

Posted on Dec 06, 2014 by Kevin Cleary

Recovering and rehabbing from an injury requires the correct therapy course of action. It makes no sense to adopt a course of action that won’t benefit your injury, would it?

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