How to Treat a Pulled Back Muscle in 8 Steps

By Game Ready | Mar 27, 2019

A pulled back muscle can begin as a sudden, sharp pain when lifting or bending. Or it may appear gradually, getting progressively worse over several days. This common injury ranges from a minor inconvenience to an intense source of pain. It can take several weeks, and in some cases a few months, to heal.1

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The Effectiveness of Cryotherapy for Sports-Related Sprains

By Game Ready | Nov 22, 2017

A sprain is an injury that happens when one or more ligaments are stretched or torn. The severity of the injury will depend on the number of ligaments involved and whether the tear is partial or complete. In many cases, sprains do not require surgery and can be treated with a combination of rest, cryotherapy, compression, and elevation.

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Things to Avoid When Treating a Sprained Wrist

By Kelly Hansen | Feb 06, 2014

Wrist sprains are common injuries among both athletes and the average citizen. Impacts from sports equipment, other athletes, and the ground can lead to wrist sprains in athletes. Because many people use their arms and hands to break a fall, a sprained wrist is also a common side effect of a typical falling accident.

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