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The rehabilitation of hamstring injuries should begin with recovery using rest, ice, compression and elevation, and the patient may take medications to control pain and swelling, notes MedicineNet. The individual should ... More »

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Symptoms of a torn hamstring typically include a sudden, sharp pain while engaging in physical activity followed by swelling and bruising within a few hours or a few days, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic... More »

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Symptoms of a torn hamstring or hamstring injury include severe and sudden pain during activity or exercise that is accompanied by a popping or snapping feeling, according to WebMD. Patients may also experience tendernes... More »

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Treatment for a hamstring injury includes rest, ice, compression and elevation. Use of anti-inflammatory drugs, including acetaminophen, ibuprofen or naproxen, helps to reduce swelling and pain. WebMD suggest speaking wi... More »

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Treatment options for Achilles tendon injuries include rest, ice, compression, elevation and anti-inflammatory pain medications, as listed by WebMD. Patients can also use a heel lift shoe insert or complete strengthening... More »

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While severe injuries to the shoulder joint often require physical therapy or surgery, minor injuries to the deltoid muscle respond to a routine involving rest, ice, compression and elevation. If these steps do not bring... More »

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