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Friday, 1 March 2019
How to Use Cold Therapy for Speedy Healing of Orthopedic Injuries
Topic: health
The use of cold therapy, in its rudimentary form, is quite common for healing purposes. It is the use of cold water or ice to heal orthopedic injuries. It is commonly delivered using ice packs over injuries. Use of cold compressors with washcloths to heal muscle injuries is also quite a common practice. With the availability of frozen vegetable bags, people also began to use these for cold therapy.

However, now with the rise of medical technology, cold therapy machines ( IsoComforter/Cold-Therapy-Machine ) are also available. These machines are safe and comfortable to use.

The Science of Cold Therapy

The application of freezing temperatures over tissues numbs nerve communication. Without nerve communication over the injured site, the blood flow also stops to that area. The inflammation or the swelling on the tissues cannot sustain itself without sufficient blood supply. As the swelling continues to go down, the pain from the injuries also reduces.

To speed up healing with cold therapy, it needs to be administered most efficiently.

Proper Way to Administer Cold Therapy

Delivery of cold therapy needs to be consistent until the healing of injury is complete. Your doctor may recommend the number and the duration of each healing session depending on your injury. Usually, you need to use cold therapy 2-3 times a day at least with each session lasting for a minimum 15-20 minutes.

For consistent use, it is best to use a cold therapy machine. Using a machine is comfortable and hassle-free. With ice packs, you need to hold it over injuries. The ice pack can also drip water on your surgical wounds and increase your chances of contracting post-operative infections. The uneven shape of the ice packs can also cause skin injuries due to inconsistent application of freezing temperatures. A cold therapy machine has no such drawbacks.

You can use cold therapy machines designed using the latest technologies such as those from IsoComforter. These machines are manufactured using the patented Iso tube technology for safe and efficient delivery of cold therapy.

IsoComforter machines come equipped with healing pads containing ridges; eliminating the risk of injuries. These pads also deliver cold therapy from all sides instead of just one. You can even use sterile or non-sterile healing pads depending on the nature of the injury. For surgical or open wounds, it is best to use sterile pads to minimize the risk of infections.

Use –

It is very easy to operate a cold therapy machine. You need to fill the tank with ice and water and switch it on after wrapping the healing pad around the affected idea. You can then sit and relax while the machine does its job. With quality machines such as those from IsoComforter, you don’t even need to replenish the tank with ice very often. You can relax while using cold therapy for healing your injuries if you deliver it via machines.

IsoComforter cold therapy machines ( IsoComforter/Why-Cold-Therapy-Machine ) are also portable. So, you can continue to use cold therapy anytime and anywhere.

Posted by brucem231 at 2:55 AM EST

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