While it may not be possible to prevent injuries completely, here are 5 things athletes should know to keep their spines healthy. 🤾♂️🏃♀️🏋️♂️⛹️♀️ 🌿 Warm Up and Stretch
A proper warm-up with stretching exercises can increase blood circulation and improve the flexibility of muscles and ligaments. Stretching after the game as well as relieves sore or tight muscles 🌿 Use Proper Equipment
To reduce the risk of injury to the spine, athletes should wear protective equipment appropriate for their sport such as neck rolls and shoulder pads. 🌿 Stay Hydrated
Heat injuries in sports occur as a result of excessive exercise in high temperatures and humidity. • Drink plenty of fluids before, during, and after the sport.
• Avoid playing or practicing during periods of extreme heat and humidity.
• Wear lightweight clothing with maximum skin exposure to allow sweat to evaporate.
• Take a break or allow for periods of rest to allow your body to rest and recuperate. 🌿 Don't Overdo It
Repetitive Motion Disorders (RMDs), such as tennis elbow (epicondylitis), bursitis, and tendonitis, occur when movements are repeated over and over again causing damage to various parts of the body. 🌿 Adopt a Healthy Lifestyle
In addition to the sport, look for other ways to improve your overall health by adopting a healthy lifestyle. 👉Spine Care Centre offers a non-surgical treatment, using the latest technologies and customized programs for each patient.👈 Verdun Main Street, Ibiza Building, Above Al Mawared Bank, 9th Floor
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