Physical Development and Injury Risk: At the age of 13, children are still in the early stages of physical development. Their bones, muscles, and ligaments are not fully mature, which can make them more susceptible to certain types of injuries, especially in contact sports like football.
The science behind P-DTR is rooted in the concept that the body’s movements are controlled by the nervous system, which relies on accurate sensory information to coordinate and execute precise motor patterns. Injuries or dysfunctions can disrupt this sensory-motor loop, leading to pain, altered movement patterns, and reduced performance.
Fibrosis and the resulting scar tissue happen when an injury doesn’t heal properly. It is a major cause of muscle weakness and a hallmark of aging, severe chronic muscle injuries, and muscular dystrophy diseases. Fibrosis prevents muscle regeneration after injury and increases the risk of re-injury.
Swimmers prepare for intense competitions by spending many strenuous hours each day performing swim laps in the pool. Just like in any other sport, swimmers are prone to injury. Swimmers use all of the muscles of their body to exert tremendous force on the water and propel themselves to move forward at high speeds. At the end of the swimmer’s day, total body care is needed. Sports massage helps swimmers be healthy and strong, both mentally and physically, throughout the swimming season and beyond.
Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS; not to be confused with jumper’s knee) is knee pain as a result of problems between the kneecap and the femur. The pain is generally in the front of the knee and comes on gradually. Pain may worsen with sitting, excessive use, or climbing and descending stairs. While the exact cause is unclear, it is believed to be due to overuse. Risk factors include trauma, increased training, and a weak quadriceps muscle. It is particularly common among runners
How to help nerve and muscle damage from sports injuries, accidents or surgeries. Accidents and sports injuries have caught up with me and my clients. Over the years, the nerve and muscle damage has just gotten a lot worse from my accident so I had to figure out a way to help me stay upright, LOL, and relax the muscles. Besides getting a weekly massage for myself, neuromuscular massage, and or Thai massage, this and muscle scraping are about the best things I’ve found that help out severe nerve and muscle damage. Many more tips coming from PRO Massage…the body nerd.