For our Massage Therapist it is not new to see clients coming to the office with injuries after exercise or sports. For example the most common cases are pulled muscles, sprains, strains, sprains, torn ligaments, all of which are part of the problems. Practically all types of physical injuries can be evaluated and successfully treated with the help of massage therapy.
Many people tend to neglect the warm-up that is an integral part of any fitness program. If your muscles are cold and tense and you start exercising directly, you increase the risk of pulling a hamstring muscle, or exerting tension in the lower back, such as tearing a ligament. In short, light stretching or gentle gymnastics for 10 to 15 minutes before exercising will circulate blood, lengthen your muscles and reduce the risk of injury.
Learn how to perform the exercises and movements correctly, which can also be an essential part of preventing injury, and then follow these instructions every time you exercise. Many people try to be competitive, but if you overexert yourself, you may find yourself out of action for a long period of time. Always try to stay within your own skill level and don't overdo it so you can avoid injury.
Maintaining good flexibility is very important in all your muscle groups to help your athletic ability, so that you don't have to go to your massage therapist or other health care service every time you need to avoid an injury that you could have avoided. So stretch your muscles and joints well for the 10 to 15 minutes you use most in your specific sport or activity and especially afterwards as well. This will help to avoid strains, sprains and strains.
Remember to drink water throughout the day to keep your muscles well hydrated. In spite of your efforts to prevent injuries, do not hesitate to call your massage therapist and begin the treatment process, because the sooner you start, the sooner you will be healed and you can start again.