Tag Archive | RICE

Podcast: Lateral Epicondylitis – Should You Rest It?

Podcast: Lateral Epicondylitis – Should You Rest It?

When it comes to Tennis Elbow treatment advice, you almost always hear how important it is to “Rest it as much as possible while it heals!” But, unfortunately, the idea that healing will “just happen” while you’re resting, hoping and waiting is a major misconception when it comes to tendon injuries. Learn why “You should […]

Is R.I.C.E. the right treatment approach to Tennis Elbow?

Is R.I.C.E. the right treatment approach to Tennis Elbow?

Answer by Allen Willette: No. Not only is R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) falling out of favor for tendon problems like Tennis Elbow – it's usefulness for many other types of injury is now being questioned. One of the problems with using the RICE protocol to treat Tennis Elbow (or Golfer's Elbow) is that the […]

Icing Muscles: Ice Is Nice But RICE Is Wrong

Icing Muscles: Ice Is Nice But RICE Is Wrong

Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.youtube.com Read More on Storify: Treating Tennis Elbow: Why RICE Is Wrong In this video Kelly Starrett (of MobilityWOD) and author of ‘Becoming a Supple Leopard’) interviews Gary Reinl (Author of ‘ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option’) “We’ve got to stop Icing people. We were wrong. Soooo wrong.” [Ice] “Minimizes the body’s […]

Tennis Elbow Treatment: R.I.C.E. + Rest = Rust?

Tennis Elbow Treatment: R.I.C.E. + Rest = Rust?

Does rest have any real value in treating your Tennis Elbow? You usually hear how important it is to rest it as much as you can “While it heals” But the belief that healing will “just happen” in a nice, orderly fashion while you’re resting, hoping and waiting is often wishful thinking when it comes […]