PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE!
Updated: 6 days ago
All of us are used to requesting treatment for our body only after getting an injury.
But this is not the best way to take care of our body.
The injury is often caused by the accumulation, over time, of stress or micro-traumas of our musculoskeletal system.
Once the injury has occurred, after the healing phase, scar tissue formation may occur, making the muscle tissue weaker and less flexible.
Furthermore this condition of the vicious circle that can increase the risk of re-injury and onset a progressive decrease in the musculoskeletal function.
So it is very important to try to avoid the injuries!
During the accumulation phase, we can act on them to block the process and avoid the onset of the injuries (muscle strains, tendon inflammations, muscle sprains).
We can keep our body always in an optimal condition and more effective in carrying out sporting practices and daily life.
The periodicity of the treatments is very variable and subjective.
There is no regularity in treatments valid for all as it depends on many factors of daily life:
Type of Job.
Type of physical activity or sport.
Weekly training hours.
Amateur/recreational or professional training.
Based on all these factors, the number of monthly or quarterly treatments can then be established.
For example, for runners who want to take on a marathon, it is important to organize a treatments program that extends during the training period and immediately after the competition.
This concept can be applied to every kind of sports!