Suffering from a sports injury can not only be painful but can also put you out of the game, short or long term. Common injuries such as hamstrings and sprains are not uncommon in both contact and non-contact sports. But does physiotherapy alone heal these encumbering injuries?
Regular visits to the sports physio may cure or alleviate the problem short term whether over a period of days or weeks and you are once again back to playing your game. Only after a short length of time, your old injury rears its ugly head again.
So why is this?
Did you know that your muscles retain the memory of an injury, even after it has healed (this can be a surgical incision. A tooth extraction, a scar or burn, an injection of a needle, even a sprained ankle or knee.
This can also..
â¦ make you susceptible to future injuries,
â¦ can fatigue your body having to retain the memory in the muscle,
â¦ causes your body to stiffen,
â¦ and can lead to neurological disorganisation
â¦ and drains energy to muscles in that area.
â¦ After years of injuries, major loss of flexibility can occur.
So what is the solution?
Kinesiology is a non-invasive, natural language that helps communicate with your body so that you can heal naturally. No other technique or treatment offers anything like the comprehensive balance to a person's health that I can provide, consider it a more comprehensive treatment than physiotherapy alone. The brain is a powerful tool and retaining muscle memory will hinder any recovery on a sub-conscience level.
David Ison of Good Vitality http://www.goodvitality.org/ is a leader in the field of kinesiology, having worked with many high profile sportspeople in various professions, from world champion boxers to high profile footballers. David says, “Not only can kinesiology improve your health from day one, but it will also provide longterm relief and drastically reduce the chances of recurring injuries’