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After that, an MRI is necessary to rule out any ligamentous or meniscus injuries. Sometimes a blackish-blue discoloration around the affected area may be visible.This will also show the bone bruise if that is in fact the cause of the symptoms. Along with the initial stage ice massage, another valuable step that cannot be overlooked is rest.
A “bruised bone” typically refers to bleeding that occurs under the tough fibrous covering of the bone called the periosteum.
The result is that pressure and irritation are taken off the neural/sensory receptors. Disclaimer: This article is the opinion of the Mountain View Pain Center, for this particular type of injury.
Then, slowly, pressure is taken off the lymphatic system, allowing the edema to drain more freely. If you feel you have had a similar type of injury please contact your primary care physcian and do not attempt to perform any of these treatments without the approval and supervision of your doctor.
Editor’s Note: This is first edition of a new regular feature here at Midwest Sports Fans called The Trainer’s Room. Erhuy are certified in chiropractic neurology and have a strong background in sports injuries and in the rehabilitation of common nagging athletic problems.
This feature will rely on the expertise of Denver chiropractors Dr. Ihsan Erhuy of the Mountain View Pain Center in Denver, CO. Our goal with The Trainer’s Room will be to provide timely background information on relevant injuries as they occur in the sports world.