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Previous ankle sprains and failure to rehabilitate an ankle sprain are two of largest forecasters of a future ankle sprain. In a study published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, researchers found that people who rehabilitated their ankle sprains were less likely to have a future re-injury. The study divided 80 soccer players with a history of ankle sprain into four research groups. These groups were based on the treatment approach each player was using: proprioceptive training, orthotics, strength training, and no rehabilitation. When compared to the no-rehab group, the proprioceptive training reduces the risk of ankle sprains 87%. While not showing as great of an effect, orthotics and strength training both showed a trend toward reducing the number of reoccurring ankle sprains. One or a combination these physical therapy approaches for your ankle sprain will help shrink the possibility of future re-injury.

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We have all been told that drinking water should be a part of our everyday lifestyle to stay healthy. But how do sports drinks stack up when it comes to exercise and staying hydrated?

The truth is sports drinks can be worthwhile but in moderation and at the right times. Sports drinks are made up of water, carbohydrates, and electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Carbohydrates provide your body with energy while electrolytes help activate your body’s nerves and muscles. However, you don’t need to replenish what you may already have too much of. As you know, sodium (aka salt) and carbohydrates (sugar) could be considered in the category of “too much of a good thing.”

So which to you choose and when? The following guidelines can help you decide on whether to consume water or a sports drink.

*For less than 60 minutes of exercise, water is probably fine. For high-intensity workouts lasting more than 60 minutes, replenishing with a sports drink is perhaps the way to go.

*Using the “pee test” is a way to check your hydration status. Normal urine should be the color of light lemonade. Darker urine is a sign of dehydration while lighter urine could mean you are over-hydrated.

*Body weight is another method for checking hydration. For every pound you lose to sweat, it is good to consume 24 ounces of fluid. If you are losing 3% of body weight or more during exercise, you are not drinking enough during the activity to stay hydrated.

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Studies show that physical therapy treatment should begin within 96 hours for people whiplash and similar injuries. In the past, the standard treatment for whiplash has been pain control, rest, and a soft-cervical collar but these recent studies suggest a more active approach at the onset of the injury. A more active approach in the early stages of the healing process of whiplash reduces pain intensity and the time it takes to recover and resume normal day-to-day activities.

Mark Rosenfeld and colleagues published a collection of studies on the treatment of whiplash in the research journal Spine. The researchers randomly placed 100 whiplash patients into three treatment groups. The first group received a standard plan of care including advice from a doctor, restricted activity instruction, and recommendations on stretching exercise to begin at home several weeks after the injury. Group 2 started physical therapy within four days of the whiplash. The final group received standard care in the beginning and began physical therapy within 14 days of the injury. After three years, only group 2, the patients who received physical therapy care within 96 hours of injury, had a neck range of motion close to normal. This group was also the quickest to return to work.

Sources: Rosenfeld M, Gunnarsson R, Borenstein P. Early intervention in whiplash-associated disorders. Spine, 2000, 25 (14): 1782-87

Rosenfeld M, Seferiadis A, Carlsson UJ, et al. Active intervention in patients with whiplash associated disorders improves long term prognosis. A randomized controlled clinical trial. Spine, 2003, 28: 2491-2498

Rosenfeld M, Seferiadis A, Gunnarsson R. Active involvement and intervention in patients exposed to whiplash trauma in automobile pressures reduces costs. A randomized controlled clinical trial and health economic evaluation. Spine, 2006, 31: 1799-1804


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