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- Guess what!?!?!? Yup, you got it!!! A new #YouTube video is up on the channel!!!! This time we cover Trigger Points 101: What are they, why they occur, why they suck, and how to rid yourself of those angry bastards!!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ β€’ Head on over to YouTube to check it out! Link is in my bio!!!! πŸ‘‰ @mikestella_atc πŸ‘ˆ β€’ Hope you enjoy!!! Let me know what you think! πŸ’ͺπŸ‘πŸ™Œ β€’ #recoverylab #recovery #manualtherapy #triggerpoint #knots #muscletherapy #muscle #massage #massagetherapy #physio #physiotherapy #athletictraining #athlete #sportsmedicine #fitness #fitspo #fitfam #crossfit #bodybuilding #powerlifting #tightness #pain #injury #sports #education #learning #howto
- Guess what!?!?!? Yup, you got it!!! A new #YouTube video is up on the channel!!!! This time we cover Trigger Points 101: What are they, why they occur, why they suck, and how to rid yourself of those angry bastards!!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ β€’ Head on over to YouTube to check it out! Link is in my bio!!!! πŸ‘‰ @mikestella_atc πŸ‘ˆ β€’ Hope you enjoy!!! Let me know what you think! πŸ’ͺπŸ‘πŸ™Œ β€’ #recoverylab #recovery #manualtherapy #triggerpoint #knots #muscletherapy #muscle #massage #massagetherapy #physio #physiotherapy #athletictraining #athlete #sportsmedicine #fitness #fitspo #fitfam #crossfit #bodybuilding #powerlifting #tightness #pain #injury #sports #education #learning #howto
- Guess what!?!?!? Yup, you got it!!! A new #YouTube video is up on the channel!!!! This time we cover Trigger Points 101: What are they, why they occur, why they suck, and how to rid yourself of those angry bastards!!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ β€’ Head on over to YouTube to check it out! Link is in my bio!!!! πŸ‘‰ @mikestella_atc πŸ‘ˆ β€’ Hope you enjoy!!! Let me know what you think! πŸ’ͺπŸ‘πŸ™Œ β€’ #recoverylab #recovery #manualtherapy #triggerpoint #knots #muscletherapy #muscle #massage #massagetherapy #physio #physiotherapy #athletictraining #athlete #sportsmedicine #fitness #fitspo #fitfam #crossfit #bodybuilding #powerlifting #tightness #pain #injury #sports #education #learning #howto
- Repost from @yourminiphysio using @RepostRegramApp - Got a patient who experience frequent cramps coming in earlier! This is for you 😊. Cramp is a nightmare isn't it, imagine getting it in the middle of tournament or your marathon. Urgh! πŸ˜“. . So what is Cramp❓ A cramp is the TIGHTENING of a muscle into the contracted state. We contract & relax our muscles everytime.. that's what muscle do anyway! . But in the case of cramps, the muscle just stays CONTRACTED.. and when it stays that way for too long w/o relaxing, πŸ’₯ you feel sharp & intense pain. . What causes cramps❓ Leg cramps can be caused by many conditions, ranging simply from dehydration to something more serious like kidney/liver disease.. Some examples listed above πŸ‘†πŸΌ. . However, in most cases, the cramps that we as ATHLETES encountered are the stiff muscles & possibly dehydration too! So if you STRETCH regularly the muscles that's always affected at home, do adequate WARM UP pre-workout & HYDRATE yourself, you shall be able to reduce the chance of getting cramps. If your conditions improve, good! πŸ‘πŸΌ Make it a habit! . If it's not improving & still bother you a lot or causing SEVERE pain (to a point you could no longer stand it), you might want to ask your GP to investigate further & perhaps precribe you some painkillers & muscle relaxants.. which was my case 5 years ago, had a terrible body cramp! Thankfully, today, due to my awareness possibly, 😝 cramps incident is quite RARE I'd say! . #cramp #athletes #sports #injury #injuryprevention #tips #exercise #muscles #spasm #relax #tense #stiff #water #hydration #vitamin #yoga #yogatherapy #accumulation #fitness #fit #flexibility #pain #physio #physiotherapy #treatment #athlete #body #dehydration #energy
- Repost from @yourminiphysio using @RepostRegramApp - Got a patient who experience frequent cramps coming in earlier! This is for you 😊. Cramp is a nightmare isn& #39;t it, imagine getting it in the middle of tournament or your marathon. Urgh! πŸ˜“. . So what is Cramp❓ A cramp is the TIGHTENING of a muscle into the contracted state. We contract & relax our muscles everytime.. that& #39;s what muscle do anyway! . But in the case of cramps, the muscle just stays CONTRACTED.. and when it stays that way for too long w/o relaxing, πŸ’₯ you feel sharp & intense pain. . What causes cramps❓ Leg cramps can be caused by many conditions, ranging simply from dehydration to something more serious like kidney/liver disease.. Some examples listed above πŸ‘†πŸΌ. . However, in most cases, the cramps that we as ATHLETES encountered are the stiff muscles & possibly dehydration too! So if you STRETCH regularly the muscles that& #39;s always affected at home, do adequate WARM UP pre-workout & HYDRATE yourself, you shall be able to reduce the chance of getting cramps. If your conditions improve, good! πŸ‘πŸΌ Make it a habit! . If it& #39;s not improving & still bother you a lot or causing SEVERE pain (to a point you could no longer stand it), you might want to ask your GP to investigate further & perhaps precribe you some painkillers & muscle relaxants.. which was my case 5 years ago, had a terrible body cramp! Thankfully, today, due to my awareness possibly, 😝 cramps incident is quite RARE I& #39;d say! . #cramp #athletes #sports #injury #injuryprevention #tips #exercise #muscles #spasm #relax #tense #stiff #water #hydration #vitamin #yoga #yogatherapy #accumulation #fitness #fit #flexibility #pain #physio #physiotherapy #treatment #athlete #body #dehydration #energy
- Repost from @yourminiphysio using @RepostRegramApp - Got a patient who experience frequent cramps coming in earlier! This is for you 😊. Cramp is a nightmare isn't it, imagine getting it in the middle of tournament or your marathon. Urgh! πŸ˜“. . So what is Cramp❓ A cramp is the TIGHTENING of a muscle into the contracted state. We contract & relax our muscles everytime.. that's what muscle do anyway! . But in the case of cramps, the muscle just stays CONTRACTED.. and when it stays that way for too long w/o relaxing, πŸ’₯ you feel sharp & intense pain. . What causes cramps❓ Leg cramps can be caused by many conditions, ranging simply from dehydration to something more serious like kidney/liver disease.. Some examples listed above πŸ‘†πŸΌ. . However, in most cases, the cramps that we as ATHLETES encountered are the stiff muscles & possibly dehydration too! So if you STRETCH regularly the muscles that's always affected at home, do adequate WARM UP pre-workout & HYDRATE yourself, you shall be able to reduce the chance of getting cramps. If your conditions improve, good! πŸ‘πŸΌ Make it a habit! . If it's not improving & still bother you a lot or causing SEVERE pain (to a point you could no longer stand it), you might want to ask your GP to investigate further & perhaps precribe you some painkillers & muscle relaxants.. which was my case 5 years ago, had a terrible body cramp! Thankfully, today, due to my awareness possibly, 😝 cramps incident is quite RARE I'd say! . #cramp #athletes #sports #injury #injuryprevention #tips #exercise #muscles #spasm #relax #tense #stiff #water #hydration #vitamin #yoga #yogatherapy #accumulation #fitness #fit #flexibility #pain #physio #physiotherapy #treatment #athlete #body #dehydration #energy
- The "No pain, no gain" is a common misconception and sometimes a serious one, we all believe that to be the best we have to push our bodies beyond its pains and boundaries. In reality, if you ever feel pain while exercising, it is your body telling you there is something wrong, you have either tore a muscle fibre or a ligament. The damage could be microscopic but if you keep forcing it, you could make it worse and make it severe (Chronic). The human body is like a machine, if its breaking down and you don't pay attention to it it will eventually break completely. So train smart, listen to your body and then you will be the best.. 😎πŸ’ͺ #advice #physicaltherapy #talk #motivation #gym #workout #exercise #sporttherapy #sport #injury #fitness #rant #takingcareofyou #corporesano
- The "No pain, no gain" is a common misconception and sometimes a serious one, we all believe that to be the best we have to push our bodies beyond its pains and boundaries. In reality, if you ever feel pain while exercising, it is your body telling you there is something wrong, you have either tore a muscle fibre or a ligament. The damage could be microscopic but if you keep forcing it, you could make it worse and make it severe (Chronic). The human body is like a machine, if its breaking down and you don& #39;t pay attention to it it will eventually break completely. So train smart, listen to your body and then you will be the best.. 😎πŸ’ͺ #advice #physicaltherapy #talk #motivation #gym #workout #exercise #sporttherapy #sport #injury #fitness #rant #takingcareofyou #corporesano
- The "No pain, no gain" is a common misconception and sometimes a serious one, we all believe that to be the best we have to push our bodies beyond its pains and boundaries. In reality, if you ever feel pain while exercising, it is your body telling you there is something wrong, you have either tore a muscle fibre or a ligament. The damage could be microscopic but if you keep forcing it, you could make it worse and make it severe (Chronic). The human body is like a machine, if its breaking down and you don't pay attention to it it will eventually break completely. So train smart, listen to your body and then you will be the best.. 😎πŸ’ͺ #advice #physicaltherapy #talk #motivation #gym #workout #exercise #sporttherapy #sport #injury #fitness #rant #takingcareofyou #corporesano
- Anatomy Lesson of the Day πŸ‘©β€πŸ« **Cartilage VS Meniscus** Locate on the diagram the area labelled Articular Cartilage. Now locate the disc-like structures in the middle of the knee labelled lateral and medial meniscus. Many people use the term "cartilage" when they are referring to their meniscus. Understanding the difference is very important. Your menisci are flat, disc-like structures that act as cushiony shock absorbers between your knee. Articular cartilage is a smooth protective layer found on the ends of long bones as seen here, and work to protect joints and ensure smooth movement at a joint. BOTH structures are at risk of traumatic injury through high risk sports, and also can degenerate over time with use and abuse or "wear and tear". The surgical treatment differs for each of these structures, and the post operative protocol and restrictions also differ greatly bases on the injury and surgical procedure performed. It is essential that you understand what happened to your knee and that your therapist is fully informed as well, so that they can provide the proper treatment to get you back to function! #acl #acltear #aclsurgery #aclreconstruction #knee #kneeinjury #injury #cartilage #meniscus #anatomy #aclcomeback #comeback #sports #athlete #strength #fitness #soccer #football #volleyball #basketball #skiing #legs #physiotherapy #kinesiology #therapist #recovery
- Anatomy Lesson of the Day πŸ‘©β€πŸ« **Cartilage VS Meniscus** Locate on the diagram the area labelled Articular Cartilage. Now locate the disc-like structures in the middle of the knee labelled lateral and medial meniscus. Many people use the term "cartilage" when they are referring to their meniscus. Understanding the difference is very important. Your menisci are flat, disc-like structures that act as cushiony shock absorbers between your knee. Articular cartilage is a smooth protective layer found on the ends of long bones as seen here, and work to protect joints and ensure smooth movement at a joint. BOTH structures are at risk of traumatic injury through high risk sports, and also can degenerate over time with use and abuse or "wear and tear". The surgical treatment differs for each of these structures, and the post operative protocol and restrictions also differ greatly bases on the injury and surgical procedure performed. It is essential that you understand what happened to your knee and that your therapist is fully informed as well, so that they can provide the proper treatment to get you back to function! #acl #acltear #aclsurgery #aclreconstruction #knee #kneeinjury #injury #cartilage #meniscus #anatomy #aclcomeback #comeback #sports #athlete #strength #fitness #soccer #football #volleyball #basketball #skiing #legs #physiotherapy #kinesiology #therapist #recovery
- Anatomy Lesson of the Day πŸ‘©β€πŸ« **Cartilage VS Meniscus** Locate on the diagram the area labelled Articular Cartilage. Now locate the disc-like structures in the middle of the knee labelled lateral and medial meniscus. Many people use the term "cartilage" when they are referring to their meniscus. Understanding the difference is very important. Your menisci are flat, disc-like structures that act as cushiony shock absorbers between your knee. Articular cartilage is a smooth protective layer found on the ends of long bones as seen here, and work to protect joints and ensure smooth movement at a joint. BOTH structures are at risk of traumatic injury through high risk sports, and also can degenerate over time with use and abuse or "wear and tear". The surgical treatment differs for each of these structures, and the post operative protocol and restrictions also differ greatly bases on the injury and surgical procedure performed. It is essential that you understand what happened to your knee and that your therapist is fully informed as well, so that they can provide the proper treatment to get you back to function! #acl #acltear #aclsurgery #aclreconstruction #knee #kneeinjury #injury #cartilage #meniscus #anatomy #aclcomeback #comeback #sports #athlete #strength #fitness #soccer #football #volleyball #basketball #skiing #legs #physiotherapy #kinesiology #therapist #recovery

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