Iced!: The Illusionary Treatment Option [Gary Reinl, Dr. Kelly Starrett, Gabe Mirkin M.D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. “Topical cooling. For years people have iced their injuries, thinking it helps the healing process. Now Gary Reinl says we were wrong and has the research to. This week we take a moment to review the book “ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option” by author Gary Reinl. Find out what we think of Iced.
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You guessed it, I iced it!
Hayden Buckley Professional Golfer. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here John Michael Bric June 20, The Good Solid Argument: Posted December 4, 0. The rolled ankle of a child playing soccer during recess, to the collegiate tennis player that strained her hamstring chasing down a drop shot, to the professional baseball pitcher that routinely deals with a sore shoulder after 7 intense innings pitched. Acute soft-tissue injury is a unique situation where our body vitally needs to undergo the inflammatory response.
Cryotherapy is thought to be the perfect home-remedy because of icex ease of access. Offers Alternative Treatment Options: Starrett, like many other doctors around the globe, are right behind Reinl in his push to change the way we think about icing.
Topical cooling icing delays recovery from eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage. The reason is basic; I am fighting 40 years of wide-spread misinformation and wanted to make sure my message was received and retained.
As I read the book I could really relate to what Reinl was stating and his arguments and points all make complete sense to me. The answer has been accepted by athletes, non-athletes, and medical professionals everywhere. This should help you achieve the fastest return to activity possible.
Iced: The Illusionary Treatment Option: A Book Review
What I got from the pages was a new found opinion on effective treatment options for injuries, and more of an understanding of cold therapy and what it really does to the human body. Lymph vessels work as a negative pressure system. If you were to ask a medical doctor, personal trainer, athletic trainer, or even your mom then you would likely get the same answer from each one regarding the benefits of ice — it reduces pain and prevents excess inflammation. Subjects also reported a higher level of fatigue 72 hours post exercise of the iced tissues compared to the non-ice controls.
While it may be a little repetitive at times, this book is a great eye opener for many people, and no doubt it made me question some of treatment methods I had been gqry for decades. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Ashley Stewart October 2, Throughout the book Reinl uses grocery shopping to compare inflammation and swelling, and likens a toothpaste tube to fluid dynamics. Gary has authored teinl books, including Iced: Pavlok Shock Clock 2 Price: Gary Reinl, author of Iced: I want to stop that from happening.
I get to do this stuff for a living training that is, not playing. John Michael Bric March 26, The former is necessary and vital for healing and latter is a deleterious effect of gsry injury. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Ultimately, the time it takes for the fluid to clear if the gates are open and there is a backflow of fluid is increased obviously not good.
I would encourage any athlete, trainer, or coach to read this book and make their own mind up on the matter.
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Posted December 6, 0. Ashley Stewart May 3, gar Never before had a re-attachment surgery been performed. While Reinl spends most of the book telling us why icing is bad, he also gives us a detailed breakdown of which treatment options we should be using for specific injuries. Posted December 21, 0. If you open the end of a full balloon, then air will rush out. Gary sites research in the book that showed icing actually increases the amount of fluid gady in the damaged area by creating a backflow from the lymphatic vessels.
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He wrote this book because he figured that it was about time that his message should heard by the weekend warriors of the world, the non-athletes, and the non-medical professionals. The Illusionary Treatment Option is very detailed and informative, it is also a bit repetitive at times.
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The Illusionary Treatment Option is a great insight into icing and the hidden truths about cold therapy. You need a proof reader, John.