How does elevating an injured limb help?

Answer It reduces the blood flow to the injured limb. This is why putting ice on it helps too. The coldness reduces the blood flow. Taking tylenol or advil will help too. The R I C E rule helps, rest ,... Read More »

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Elevating my injured foot\toe hurts worse?

Yes, some other people have had this issue too.

If someone is injured while working on someone else's rental home using that person's tools and the owner of the tools is covered only by liability insurance what are the injured person's options?

You will need to call your local Workers Compensation Commission and find out if there is anything you can do. In South Carolina you would have to be employed by this person and drawing a paycheck ... Read More »

How to Cut a Limb from a Tree?

Improperly cutting a large limb from a tree can tear away a long strip of bark and wound the tree, as seen in the left picture in the diagram. This can be avoided by making the cut properly as desc... Read More »

How do you keep a limb dry in the shower?

Glad Press and seal wrap is an excellant way to keep an area dry while you shower or bathe. It seals onto your body and you do not need to use tape.