A combination of cryotherapy and ultrasound can benefit patients in several ways. 


Firstly, cryotherapy helps to reduce inflammation and pain, while ultrasound can promote tissue healing and stimulate blood flow. Used together, they have been shown to reduce pain, swelling, and muscle spasms much more effectively than either treatment alone.


The combination of cryotherapy and ultrasound can also help to accelerate the healing process for soft tissue injuries, such as sprains, strains, and contusions. 


Working together to increase blood flow to the affected area, nutrients and oxygen are focused to help repair damaged tissues.


Overall, the combination of cryotherapy and ultrasound is a powerful tool for physical therapists and can be highly beneficial to patients looking to recover from injuries or conditions affecting their musculoskeletal system.


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