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http://www.durbanchiro.co.za – Durban Chiropractor, Dr. David Palmer discusses the use of ice or heat with a fresh injury.
Durban Chiropractor – Back to Health Chiropractic
20 Gainsborough Drive
Core Medical Centre
Dr David Palmer is a Chiropractor in Durban North who focuses on Chiropractic Corrective Care. He helps people in the Durban area to get well and stay well with Chiropractic
Hi This is Dr David Palmer of Back to Health Chiropractic. Patients with fresh injuries often ask me, what is better, to use a heat pack or an ice pack.
In just about all cases I would recommend using the Ice pack. The reason for this is, when you have a fresh injury there is going to be a lot of extra heat, blood and inflammation, and when you put a heat pack on that, its just going to make it worse, and actually slow down the healing process.
Now with the ice pack it actually helps to numb the area, so not only are you going to feel better, but its also a natural anti-inflammatory so its going to reduce the inflammation and swelling and help you to heal. If you don’t have an ice pack thats not a huge issue, all you need to do is grab a frozen bag of vegetables from the freezer, or even get a sandwich bag and fill it with ice blocks. You then want to wrap it in something thin, like an old T shirt and place it on the area that is troubling you.
You want to put it on for 10 – 20 min, 20min if the area is thicker, or 10 minutes on a thinner area and that’s per hour, so put it on for 10 – 20 min, take it off and then repeat that process as many times as you need. You must be careful with Ice, because if you leave it on too long, it can lead to frostbite. Always make sure you put it on for a few minutes, or until the area looks pink and numb.
So to summarise if you have a fresh injury, grab an icepack, wrap it in something thin, place it on the area for 10-20 min, and not only are you going to feel better you are also going to heel better