Apparently, with an injury the best way to treat it is the RICE principle. Rest. Ice. Compression and Elevation (Oh. I thought the "C" stood for cycling).
Started with Dizzy Gillespie's soundtrack to the film The Cool World. This got me thinking about the use of jazz in movie soundtracks and led me to two other classics. Art Blakey and the jazz messengers "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" and the daddy of them all; Miles Davis "Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud" (Lift To The Scaffold). Both are soundtracks to French films, one made in the late 50's, one in 1960 and both really steeped in a distinctive European cool sound. They both absolutely drip in minimalism and elegance.