Knee is somewhat feeling better, should be good for next week. One project down, two more to go. Thanks!Icing the knee?
FWIW. Traction > icing. I don't ice anything. It actually doesn't make a lot of sense and haven't done it for that reason for forever and even most sports docs are now moving away from it.
For "sprains" immediate traction and movement are highly recommended. The guy who literally wrote the book or shot the video on it was in my neck of the woods along with the sports mind who created the prehabiltation protocol for women's prevention of knee injury due their greater Q angle.
Having wider hips than most males my size and thus having a greater Q angle meant I had to get with a similar protocol. Thankfully these folks were around were I lived and were starting just as I was struggling with chronic knee pain.
Icing a sprain anymore is sorta from the stone age IMHO.