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MEET MCE & M.E.A.T.

In essence, rest and ice are out of the picture as recovery treatments, as evidenced in the previous paragraphs. But there are two schools of thought on a modern replacement for R.I.C.E. “One new acronym is MCE,” Escalante says. “Move safely as much as you can, compress the injury and elevate the limb.”

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