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Monday, March 5, 2018
Courtesy of Russell Van Hemert DC
How to Treat a Bruise
Bruise treatment is more art than science. Bruises are those black and blue marks you get after you take a punch or a line drive to the face. A bruise is a collection of blood under the surface of the skin from tiny, damaged blood vessels in the tissues.
Bruises turn colors in a fairly predictable way. Right after the injury, a bruise is red and looks inflamed. It's followed by a dark blue discoloration (this is when it's usually referred to as "black and blue").
Eventually, the bruise will turn purple, then yellow and finally, it will fade. Bruise marks can last several weeks.
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