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How Long Does Soft Tissue Damage Last?

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Soft tissue injuries heal in phases and the first phase lasts for 72 hours marked by redness, swelling, warmth and pain. The second is the repair phase which lasts for 48 hours to six weeks and the third phase is called remodelling phase which lasts for three weeks to one year.
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Soft tissue damage or injuries are those to the tendons or ligaments. These can be caused by overuse or possibly if one plays sports there can e damage done from playing as well.
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P.R.I.C.E: Protection, Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation. This easy-to-remember
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rest it alot.
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hmm where to start: Basic terms. Attenuation: The amount of energy absorbed/lost by the x-ray as it passes through the different materials/tissues. monochromatic: radiation consisting
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