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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jeanne Arnson-Serotta on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to KIN 184 at a university taught by Magda Aldousany in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 38 views.
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Date Created: 10/13/15
Treating Injuries 9515 PRICE 0 Protection 0 Rest 0 Ice 0 Compression 0 Elevation 0 Used to treat acute injuries 4872 hrs 0 In ammatory stage Goal is to reduce swelling and in ammation Elevation 0 Reduce blood ow to injured area 0 Elevate the injured areaabove hisher heart because increases difficulty for the heart to get more blood there Modalities KNOW THIS 0 Ultrasound 0 Thermal or non thermal deep heat if non thermal promotes healing heating and nonheating component 0 Goes deep 0 Increasing blood ow to promote healing 0 Stim Machine 0 Muscle reeducation or pain relief 0 HivaMat used for chronic pain 0 Oscillations using electrostatic field to relieve pain and muscle relaxation Ice 0 Ice crushed barrier 0 Gelpack can get too cold and end up with tissue damage 0 20 minsevery 2 hrs or as needed freebie for the test 0 Cryotherapy game ready ice tubs ice gel pack ice cup sprays Compression o Minimize swelling 0 Double length available as well as different widths Protection 0 Types 0 Splint sling protective tape elastic bandage Restricts specific usually not all motion in order to keep range of motion Picture of man in sling with a pillow lose full blood supply without it Goal to promote healing Why would we want to restrict activity Difference between non weight bearing full weigh bearing partial weight bearing
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