Patrice Bélanger, DO sport osteopath:
There are many types of sports pain. They often come from exertion injuries. However, there is other pain that is caused by muscle and / or tendon and / or ligament and / or joint fatigue. This type of pain often occurs for no apparent reason . Also, due to this fatigue, the athlete gets hurt more easily during exercise. It is frequently caused by being overweight , out of shape, having poor posture/habit while playing, excessive training, repetitive movements , etc. .
In the majority of issues addressed , the person continues to practice his sport. He gradually regains his stamina in the sport as the recovery takes place . A follow up with the osteopath is very important to manage the healing process. Monitoring also helps to avoid any errors that may delay the recovery by a few weeks .
The sports practice and sports osteopathy are:
- Fitness training (gym )
- Etc .
From the first consultation, the client is actively involved in his osteopathic process as indicated by the recommendations received. The client exercises at home in a manner specific to his problem which increases the speed of recovery . This has the effect of significantly diminishing recovery time and dramatically reducing the number of sessions at the clinic.
Also, a follow up with the sports professional is always advisable .
* If you require a test and / or a medical diagnosis , please consult a doctor. Medical monitoring is always recommended.