A sudden injury can occur in yoga class, usually, yoga injuries are the result of improper mechanics during the practice of yoga. The cumulative effect of such improper mechanics eventually may lead to back pain, neck pain, knee pain, etc. With our knowledge of yoga and human movement systems, we evaluate the root cause and help you with a customized exercise program.
Performance enhancement evaluation
The human body is a connected chain of individual segments, so weakness or restriction in one area can have a significant effect all over the body, particularly in sportspersons. With our thorough evaluation and analysis of your systems including diet review, we help you with enhancing your performance.
Heel pain is common amongst athletes. It’s very disabling due to the location of the pain. Heel pain can be the result of muscle injury, nerve injury, and other soft tissues around the heel. From the beginning of injury, heel pain has to be addressed precisely with the help of thorough evaluation.
Knee pain- ACL/PCL tear
Knee pain in active athletes following field injury usually results from a ligament tear, meniscus tear. Both of these require expert management since they result in fast wear and tear of the knee joint in the long run. With our signature exercises and dry needling technique, we help you in recovering from the injury effectively and efficiently.
When the foot twists or turns beyond its physiological range, it results in the tearing of ligaments around the ankle. Poor and improper management following injury leads to a long time off of practice/participation in sports. Diligent management of injury not only will heal the sprain completely, but it can also help in the prevention of re-injury. Depending on the severity of injury recovery can take anywhere from 14 days to 90 days.
Shin splints are a common overuse injury that can affect any age athlete or physically active person. The pain most often occurs on the front part of the lower leg, but it can also be referred to the inside portion of the leg as well. Shin splints are associated with sharp pain, which can occur at any time in an athlete’s training. They are indications of weakness in your lower extremities and require careful evaluation of running mechanics to address appropriately. With our signature and effective exercises, we can help you heal quickly and completely.
Core exercises train the muscles in your pelvis; lower back, hips, and abdomen to work in harmony. This leads to better balance and stability, whether on the playing field or in daily activities. In fact, most sports and other physical activities depend on stable core muscles.