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  • Answer: The body instinctively places fluid around the damaged area. This is nature way of placing a bandage around the area to support it and make immobility to aid recovery
  • Answer: Well there are many methods that you can choose to preform. The first one is fairly easy. You just have to simply angle your wrist straight down in a 45 degree angle. Take a second and practice this, as precision is important. Now that you have your hand in that position you are officialy a giant p*ssy. You are a p*ssy because you are faking an injury, and you are angling your wrist like a gay person. Hahaha Jokes on you.
  • Answer: R.I.C.E.: Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation; does your job accommodate this? All things are relative, but best to stay off your feet as much as possible.
  • Answer: The mechanism or how your wrist was hurt plays a big part. If youhave point tenderness over a specific carpal or wrist bone. If youhave swelling,and bruising and loss of or decreased range ofmotion. All these things are part of an exam and history. You willneed an xray to be positive.
    The signs of a break or sprain are pain, redness, swelling and adecreased range of movement of your hand. If the swelling and paindoes not get less over the course of a few hours, it is best to getthe wrist x-rayed as certain breaks might not heal well if leftalone. Only an x-ray can determine a fracture.
  • Answer: Wrap them in an ACE Bandage and ice and take pain meds likeIbuprofen
  • Answer: Elevate it above the heart (or at shoulder level). Ice it for 20 minutes, then keep the ice off 20 min., then on 20 min., etc., etc. Do NOT heat it.If you have a sling, use it.
  • Answer: it depends if it hurts you really bad or not
  • Answer: Wear a solid shoe with a stiff sole to protect the injured toe and keep it stable. Avoid shoes that put pressure on the toe. As long as you are careful, you should not need crutches for a sprained toe.
  • Answer: You rub heat-rub on it and bandage it till it heals and give it lots of rest for about a week.
  • Answer: Rest the affected body part.
  • Answer: Generally no. Though it may be necessary to use a bandage for support.
  • Answer: Ice it for the first day to reduce inflammation and then start applying heat/ warm baths to improve circulation.

    Elevate it initially to reduce swelling.

    Wrap it for support and to keep swelling down.

    Rest it until feeling better.

    Gently move the ankle around to help preserve motion. Some say to write the letters of the alphabet with your toes in the air.

    Take anti-inflamatories such as Motrin/ Advil/ ibuprofen and Aleve.

How do you know If your leg broken or sprained?

  • you go to the hospital

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