Re: cigarettes and athletic training

As an athletic trainer myself, I would ask your trainer to refer you to a smoking cessation program. Even you M.D. can prescribe a program or medication for you to quit smoking. In the long run, your health is going to suffer as well as your performance. I would suggest getting some help to quit.

Posted By kerryATC on September 08, 2008 at 11:25:39:

In Reply to: cigarettes and athletic training posted by Daniel Litt on June 18, 2008 at 17:14:21:

Silicone inserts leave radius and ulna pressure-free and provide intermittent compression to the soft tissue of the joint, leading to increased circulation, thus aiding in the resorption of swelling and edema.

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