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Ice Pack Frostbite...

Hey all. I had a micro-D about 4 months ago. I was icing my back at home last night after PT. I was watching a movie, and before I knew it, anhour had passed. I had some frostbite (go ahead, laugh). This morning the skin is red and raised, but not blistery.

My question: May I have done anything to effect the nerve root's recovery, or the back muscles/issue generally? Or is it just superficial irritation?



  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 5,427
    I would double check and call doctor. He best for guiding you and or reassuring you.
    Tell doctor all symptoms you may have
    You are not the first that has happened to have that kind of situation. Doc won't laugh at you.
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