Traditional Cryotherapy Treatments are More Effective than Game Ready on Medium Setting at Decreasing Sinus Tarsi Tissue Temperatures in Uninjured Subjects

@inproceedings{Hawkins2012TraditionalCT,
  title={Traditional Cryotherapy Treatments are More Effective than Game Ready on Medium Setting at Decreasing Sinus Tarsi Tissue Temperatures in Uninjured Subjects},
  author={Jeremy R. Hawkins and Joseph Shurtz and Chad Spears},
  year={2012}
}
Traditional Cryotherapy Treatments are More Effective than Game Ready® on Medium Setting at  Decreasing Sinus Tarsi Tissue Temperatures in Uninjured Subjects The daily application of cryotherapy for orthopedic injury pain management is a common practice in clinical settings. McCaffery reported in 1979 that cryotherapy was the most effective, yet underutilized modality for pain [1]. This underutilization of cryotherapy for pain management may be in part due to unclear relationship between… CONTINUE READING

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