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🥋A inserção de exercícios com gestual similar ao esporte alvo é indispensável no 3/3 final de qualquer rotina de reabilitação que tenha como objetivo devolver o paciente a prática esportiva.
🎯O uso da reprodução de gestos se faz necessário não só pela expectativa em obter benefícios através do princípio de transferência, pois o conceito de especificidade abrange um universo muito mais amplo do que simplesmente buscar similaridade de padrões motores.
💡Eu particularmente vejo benefício neste tipo de trabalho principalmente na questão psicológica, ou seja, levar o paciente a prática de movimentos específicos antes que ele esteja realmente apto para retornar ao esporte faz com que ele gradualmente readquira confiança e perca o receio de se movimentar naturalmente.
⚠️Lembrando que o medo é um importante fator de risco para a recidiva durante o retorno a prática esportiva.
📚📒 Hsu CJ, et al. Fear of Reinjury in Athletes: Review. Sports Health, 2017.
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👉Too often we see folks do the wrong things to try and relieve back pain, here is a quick demo on some movements not do and some to do.
WHAT TO DO AFTER A BACK TWEAK !
Auburn Physio to talk about what to do when you tweak your back ! So often we see people going into aggressive flexion, extension, and rotation after they tweak their backs, thinking it will help ghem loosen up. But the reality is this excessive and haphazard movement often causes more irritation and damage than good.
In this video, we show four different things to do when you tweak your back that will help you regain mobility and strength !
1️⃣ Deep belly breathing with feet elevated.Elevating your feet helps you to get your rib cage and diaphragm in a good position. From there, inhale deeply, trying to initiate the breath down in the belly, and allowing it to rise up into the chest.then examen fully reversing that pattern.
2️⃣ Cat/Cow. Be sure to move very gently through a range of motion that is comfortable and doesn’t cause pain.
3️⃣ Rocking on all fours.Slowly sit your hips back toward your heels while maintaining a neutral spine.
4️⃣ Supine marching.Level One: lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat. Press your lower back down toward the floor by depressing your rib cage. Without allowing your chest, then return it to the floor and switch sides. Level Two: Lie on your back with your knees up 90 degrees. Keep your ribs down and back flat to the floor, the slowly lower one heel to the ground, bring the leg back up and switch sides.
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An awesome upperbody workout💪...unil I hurt myself. 🤨
Off to the orthopedic dr. this afternoon and praying for great news.
Thankfully due to the snow/ice❄ storm the best orthopedic dr in northern Va had an opening today! So there is that positive news!
I don't have time for an injury.
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We talked about how to return from an injury and why some people bounce back from failure better than others.
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👣An osteochondral lesion (OCL) or defect (OCD) is as the name suggests an injury of the bone (osteo) and overlying cartilage (chondral). .
👣An OCL can theoretically be found in any joint. One of the most commonly affected joints is the ankle, and specifically the talus bone. .
👣The truth is we don’t know the exact mechanism by which this condition arises but we do know in some cases it’s related to either acute trauma or repetitive microtrauma. .
👣This patient presented with severe crippling pain and instability. Surgery involves removing the damaged cartilage and any diseased bone. The aim of surgery is to promote fibrocartilage growth (scar cartilage). Good results can be expected in around 85% of patients.
👣There are several factors that influence success including size of the lesion and stability of the ankle amongst other things. .
👣This patients MRI scan shows complete resolution of the inflammation in the bone and good cartilage regrowth. Most importantly he reports no pain and swelling and is very happy! 😊
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LOTS OF HEAVY DEADLIFTS/PULL-UPS THIS PEAKING BLOCK?
We love to train raw. Gloves are a sign of weakness right? 😂
What happens if you got yourself a lovely flapper grinding through that heavy single or volume set? How to continue training?
SPO2019 is right round the corner and you can't quite afford to miss your training until your flapper heals..
Nor can you miss that WOD that your box is doing together.
Good news, girls and boys!
You can tape it up with rigid Strappal tape (available at all pharmacies in Sg) and get through your workout without bleeding further into the bar and ripping your hand further.
But also look beyond the symptom if you can by:
1) working on grip strength during off season. This includes looking at scapular and glenohumeral (shoulder joint) stability and control
2) always moisturizing your hands between training days to keep your skin strong. A more moistened skin is more elastic and will not tear as easily
3) use of lifting straps when necessary in your volume drop sets. Don't let your ego get in the way of your strength gains!
Book a session with myself or any of my awesome colleagues at theposturelab.sg to learn how to unlock your grip strength!
Trying to learn how to walk again, has its ups and downs. I still can’t stand for more than an hour at a time.
But today was a good day. My body allowed me to go to the gym twice today.
Just staying positive 🌞⛄️ #rehab#sportsinjury#gym#sexygymtime
💥Tweaked your Lower Back💥 Phase 1: Some of my “go to” movements after a “tweak.” These are non threatening moves that keep you moving....👍🏽
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Plyos are a must for lower extremity injuries. It can be used to assess strength and neuromuscular control. These exercises can vary in difficulty which can be used to assess either strength , neuromuscular control or both. All the ones in this post are for neuromuscular control and I’ve posted some showing compensations as well. A few things I look for include:
1️⃣ Do they shift while loading up to jump
2️⃣ Do they shift when they land
3️⃣ Does one foot take off or land before the other
4️⃣ Are they landing with any compensations such as knee valgus, hip rotation, trunk movement
5️⃣ Do they have to look down during jumping/landing
6️⃣ Subjectively, does it feel the same as the other leg?
1️⃣ Forward hurdle to box - trunk lean on the landing
2️⃣ Forward hurdle to box - trunk lean on the landing
3️⃣ Forward hurdle to box - stuck it!
4️⃣ Lateral hurdle to box - stuck it!
5️⃣ Lateral hurdle to box - make sure you’re observing at different angles to see different compensations but she stick this one too
6️⃣ Step off to forward hurdle - hop compensation on landing
7️⃣ Step off to forward hurdle - side view and she stuck it!
8️⃣ Step off to forward hurdle - stuck it!
9️⃣ Lateral step off to forward hurdle - stuck it with visual compensation
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I can reminisce right???? Who else has been sidelined by an injury? How did you pass the time while you were kept away from what you love to do? .
Counting down the weeks
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💥TRAINING HIP MOBILITY💥
⚡️Training hip internal rotation active mobility. Utilizing FRC principles developed by @drandreospina to help @davesolano_ move more efficiently. .
⚡️Incorporating tools such as the yoga blocks to squeeze to help create/irradiate tension throughout each movement. Also, using the foam roll to block areas from compensatory movements to help improve the effectiveness of mobility training.
⚡️FRC has been super helpful with my clients/patients as well as incorporating this into my own personal goals.
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💥 Rotator Cuff Tear 💥
Your arm is kept in your shoulder socket by your rotator cuff. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that come together as tendons to form a covering around the head of the humerus. They attach from the humerus to the shoulder blade and help lift, rotate, and move your arm.
🦴 In most rotator cuff tears, the tendon is torn away from the bone. Most tears occur in the supraspinatus tendon, but other parts of the rotator cuff may also be involved. In many cases, torn tendons begin by fraying. As the damage progresses, the tendon can completely tear.
There are different types of tears:
☝️Partial tear. This type of tear is also called an incomplete tear. It damages the tendon, but does not completely sever it.
✌️ Full-thickness tear. This type of tear is also called a complete tear. It separates the tendon from the bone.
👨⚕️👩⚕️Whether you injured your shoulder working out, lifting heavy objects, repetitive motions, a fall, or other activity, it’s always important to have it evaluated.
📝 Common symptoms (but not all) to watch for are:
✔️Pain at rest and at night, particularly if lying on the affected shoulder
✔️Pain when lifting and lowering your arm or with specific movements
✔️Weakness when lifting or rotating your arm
✔️Crepitus or crackling sensation when moving your shoulder in certain positions
💪 We help people every day with shoulder injuries and get them back to doing what they love. Have a question how we or chiropractic can help? Let us know 🗣
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I’ve been struggling with an injury which has kept me out for the last 10 days, but I’m working hard to get back, and at a higher level than I was before 👊🏼⚽️
I used to try and rush back from injuries as quickly as possible, because I hate missing games. But this just led to me playing poorly, or even making the injury worse .
Now, as I get older, I’m understanding the importance of completing the full rehab process as well as I can. I listen to the people with the expertise, and follow their instructions to the letter, to give myself the best chance of full recovery
Also, I now understand that injuries give you an opportunity to work on other parts of your game that you may not have been focusing on. You may not be able to train fully or play matches, but what else can you work on? Can you analyse your past games, or watch & learn from a different perspective? Can you work on core stability or flexibility in the gym? Can you train your mental game, working on patience, self-discipline, or goal setting? .
Injuries might give you that opportunity to take your game to the next level, and come back even better than you were before, not just physically, but as an all-round Goalkeeper. .
Dealing with Injuries will be the theme of this week’s episode of Keeping Goals, so make sure you subscribe to the YouTube channel, and tune in on Sunday!