Thread: Hurt my wrist

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    Hurt my wrist

    so i rolled today and hurt my wrist. i have it iced down (well frozen broccoli). do i want it elevated or blood flow going to it? thanks in advanced!

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    Just add some RICE to your broccoli.

    Rest
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    Compression
    Elevation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travtex
    Just add some RICE to your broccoli.

    Rest
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    Compression
    Elevation
    you made me and my girl lol. thanks for the info

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    Make sure you ice it constantly. Don't be one of those who ice an injury only once and twice and then, out of laziness, do not continue (letting things get worse). Ice it every 2-3 hours (or at least, twice a day), about 10-15 minutes each time. Get that **** to reduce the inflammation, the first 48 hours after an injury are critical.

    Also, take ibuprofen around the clock every 4 hours. Do these two things and I can *almost* guarantee inflammation will subside - unless you are suffering from a fracture or a really bad dislocation... even inflammations from minor dislocations or "jammings" can be controlled this way. Controlling inflammations as soon as they occur is critical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh El Macho
    Make sure you ice it constantly. Don't be one of those who ice an injury only once and twice and then, out of laziness, do not continue (letting things get worse). Ice it every 2-3 hours (or at least, twice a day), about 10-15 minutes each time. Get that **** to reduce the inflammation, the first 48 hours after an injury are critical.

    Also, take ibuprofen around the clock every 4 hours. Do these two things and I can *almost* guarantee inflammation will subside - unless you are suffering from a fracture or a really bad dislocation... even inflammations from minor dislocations or "jammings" can be controlled this way. Controlling inflammations as soon as they occur is critical.
    thanks mano ive been icing it more than three hours though but i'll take it down. feels better already but i know exactly what you mean. i want to keep it together so i can continue to train. again thanks

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    once you're back to training, make sure you wrap it for a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauli
    once you're back to training, make sure you wrap it for a few weeks.
    will do:fist:

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