Home Remedies Sprain

PEDIATRIC HEALTH HISTORY FORM Date: _____ Child’s Name Herbs/Home Remedies: Broken Bones or Severe Sprain: _____ Dental History: Has child been seen by a dentist? __Yes __No If so, how often

A Knee to The Top – Part I Recently (Rx) vary from simple home remedies to minor therapeutic or arthroscopic measures. I strongly urge the Ligament Sprain – most frequently reported sport injury resulting from overstretched or minutely torn/irritated

Ankle SprAin • Details about the injury: Ankle sprains often occur during sporting activities or when walking or run- • Home remedies: Rest your fingers, wrist and forearm muscles to allow your body to heal. Apply ice when you first feel pain.

Cultural Diversity in Healthcare I Course Principles of Health Science Unit XVI Cultural Home treatment 1) Cold remedies if yang is overpowering and hot apply to the sprain, and wrap it up 9. Middle Eastern . Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2012. All rights reserved.

A sprained ankle on a cushion. • Speak to your local pharmacist about over-the-counter remedies like decongestants or paracetamol or aspirin for pain relief. • Stay at home for 48 hours or until your symptoms stop.

With any instrument and never apply home remedies, except under a podiatrist’s instructions. Many over-the-counter remedies are advertised frequently, injure it, you have most likely sprained your ankle. This means you have probably stretched and possibly torn the ligaments in

In more serious events, such as a sprained ankle or a broken bone, pain sounds a general alarm designed to make the individual rest and let the body heal. with home remedies. indeed, it is charac-teristic of many people with Ms to look for ways to help themselves and to take action

Pairs write down the home remedies they have used and what ailments they were for. As a class, sprained ankle Ailments & Remedies alternative medicine anemia/ anemic ant bites bandage cast checkup dizzy food poisoning heart disease herbs Medical Specialists

Apply heat to a sprained ankle? Tilt your head back if you get a nosebleed? “Many fi rst-aid tips we learned as kids are no longer recommended and some common home remedies can do more harm than good,” said Sheila Bradt, ER Director, Gulf Coast Medical Center.