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Is it an Ache, or am I Injured?

Although soreness is a very common part of any workout routine, it is still very important to know the difference between a simple ache and an actual injury that needs to be treated properly. Sometimes it can be difficult to tell the difference between these two things, so you will have to take the time to read the following information. The more you know about this the better your chances will be of making a potential injury even worse.

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How Common are Shoulder Injuries in Athletics?

Shoulder injuries are extremely common among athletes of all kinds, and there are many different types of shoulder injuries that can occur. Some of the more common injuries of the shoulder include dislocations, Acromioclavicular joint (ACJ) injuries, rotator cuff injuries, Labral tears, thrower’s shoulder, biceps injuries, bursitis, and fractures. Dislocations as well as ACJ injuries are much more commonly associated with contact sports, including wrestling and rugby. Those who engage in these types of physical activities should know as much as possible about the injuries they are risking.

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Graston Technique 101

Whether you are obsessed with Crossfit training or you just love sports, physical injury is a real possibility for everyone who engages in any type of physical activity. Regardless of the type of activities you enjoy engaging in, it is very important that you take all of the necessary measures to prevent injury so you aren’t slowed down at all. There are many different types of injuries that one can sustain when engaging in various types of physical activities, and the Graston Technique is certainly worth looking into.

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What is Sports Specific Rehabilitation?

There is a major difference between general rehabilitation following an injury and one that has a sports-specific focus. For the discerning athlete there is simply no comparison between the two. Seeking any treatment that doesn’t place a focus on the movements and forces that an athlete can expect to experience in their specific sport could prove to be a crucial mistake for an athlete competing at any level of play. An elite athlete attending standard physical therapy sessions would be akin to taking a Maserati into the local mechanic’s garage and hoping that everything turns out alright.

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