(Or why my head has just exploded!)
What if you came across new scientific information that proves the evidence supporting ice use on injured soft tissue doesn’t exist?
Read “The Next Evolution of Healing” by H.E.M. Ankle Rehab, a healing system developed by Scott Malin, NASM-CPT that focuses on ankle injuries.
Talk about a shocking revelation! (But mostly only for health care professionals in the U.S. and those brought up on the R.I.C.E. healing methodology)
Take a moment to read this short piece on the ankle injuries and recovery topic. Do a little digging and you might arrive at the same “four-letter conclusion” I have.
Still not sure you want to go there?
Okay, how about hearing what Dr. Mirkin, who created the R.I.C.E. system, has to say about the evidence clearly contraindicating his method!
Go ahead, mess with your mind… Take a look and let’s begin a dialog. We each have a tremendous amount of clinical and personal experience using cryotherapy.
What are your pros and cons?
From “The Next Evolution of Healing”:
““Seriously, do you honestly believe that your body’s natural inflammatory response is a mistake?”
– Dr. Nick DiNubile, Editor in Chief of The Physician And Sports Medicine Journal (physsportsmed.com)
There is a great deal of recent research that strongly supports the healing techniques of H.E.M. Ankle Rehab while also completely demolishing the myth that ice and rest will effectively heal a sprained ankle…
While ice is mildly effective as a short-term pain reliever (it makes the area go numb and stops the communication between nerves and muscle), the negative side effects of ice far outweigh this small benefit. But don’t take our word for it. Please, read what the studies say…
Then, you will find some important research that supports how the outstanding proactive rehab techniques of H.E.M. Ankle Rehab improve the speed and quality of the healing process as well as reducing the risk of future injury without ankle braces, wraps or tape…”
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