Heat vs Ice Treatment for Injuries
Injuries range from a sprained ankle to a sore back. Many of us turn to cold or heat therapy as a first step in treating our injuries. However, we are often unsure as to which therapy is better for us.
In this comprehensive guide, Dr. Erson Religioso III explains how temperature affects our bodies, what the two therapies help with, and when to use each one.
Feel like you have the same questions? Read on to have them answered. “The Ultimate Guide to Heat Vs Ice for Injuries”
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