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David Draper and Kenneth L. Knight

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Frostbite Caused by Gel Pack Application Joe J. Piccininni EdD, CAT(C) David Draper * ATC, LAT, FNATA Kenneth L. Knight * ATC, LAT, FACSM 11 2010 15 15 6 6 23 23 24 24 10.1123/att.15.6.23 Alternative & Complementary Concepts Utilization of Prolotherapy for Facilitation of Ligament and Tendon Healing

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with frostbite, Raynaud’s Syndrome, cold immersion injuries or vibration white finger and 2) where their hands get cold during winter rescues. Respondents indicated in 33 anatomical regions on images of each hand where, including the anterior and posterior sides of all fingers, the thumb and the hand

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Adam Grainger, Paul Comfort and Shane Heffernan

temperature of −120°C in a cryosauna (CryoPod, Cumbria, United Kingdom). During the PBC sessions, players wore minimal clothing with shorts, socks, woollen slippers, woollen face mask, gloves, and a headband worn to avoid frostbite. Throughout the PBC session, participants were instructed to remain in motion

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Dain TePoel

unprepared for the desert weather extremities the March encountered and that many ended up with sunburns and frostbite. 72 Jerry Rubin recalled being one of the twelve marchers who stumbled into camp in a stupor. He claimed, I was on the verge of hypothermia . . . wandering around in the dark, no flashlight