30 Apr '15, 2pm

When is it time to seek #PhysicalTherapy? #injuries #health #exercise Please Re-Tweet

When is it time to seek #PhysicalTherapy? #injuries #health #exercise Please Re-Tweet

At the onset of any ache or pain, the best plan of attack is to take a few days off from the sport that brought on the injury and spend 20 minutes several times a day icing the affected area. “The best thing with any injury is to give yourself a few days off,” Bordwell explained. “And then get back into your sport to see if your symptoms have gone away or if they’re still occurring.” If you have taken several days of rest and the pain continues to come back, it is time to see a physical therapist. Photo:

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