• Athletes

    Preventing Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is one of the biggest causes of injury in people over the age of 60. In some cases, the bones are so brittle that it can be difficult for people to do their daily activities of living without possibly breaking a bone or having some other sort of problems that may come up in the meantime. Thankfully, there are a lot of ways that I’ve been able to work with people in order to help them to prevent osteoporosis as they age. Here are just a few of the suggestions that I give my clients so that they can get what they need as they get older.  Engage…

  • Athletes

    Preventing Concussions in Athletes

    Many of us have heard that there is a lot going on with athletes, concussions, and the issues that arise because of those things in the first place. Because of that, it’s likely that you’re looking at many different things that need to be done in relation to preventing problems that can happen on account of athletic injuries. I’ve been coaching sports teams for a number of years, and it’s really common to see that there are a lot of issues that can arise in relation to concussions and injuries. These are the thing that I’ve seen make the biggest difference in preventing concussions (or preventing the severity of concussions)…

  • Rehab

    Injury Prevention and Rehab Do Not Work Hand in Hand – Except When They Do!

    When you think of injury prevention you think of things like health and safety at work, you think of gun safety, or traffic and driving safety. When you think of rehab you think of it in terms of getting back to normal after some sort of accident or illness. So we tend to think of them both at opposite ends of the rainbow. Sports made all the difference Anyone who is a runner knows it is not if they get injured, rather it is when they get injured. For athletes, an injury is an occupational hazard and so all the effort that takes place in rehab is only worth so…

  • Rehab

    Rehabilitation – A Detailed Insight

    There are many different types of rehabilitation but they all have one thing in common. The goal of rehabilitation is to return the person concerned to the position they were in before whatever happened took place. Inevitably, restoration might not always be physically possible. When this is the case medicine now looks to optimizing the quality of life of the person concerned and enabling them with as much independence as possible. Drug and Addition rehab are different disciplines from people dealing with physical issues resulting from an accident or an injury where the primary focus is about repairing damage where possible and teaching coping skills where needed. Rehab vs. Physical…

  • Athletes

    Injury Prevention – A Closer Look

    The Insurance industry will be thrilled to tell you that you are always at risk. Injuries are a possibility and we all know it. Because of the costs involved in caring for people who experience an injury, no matter where it is, these things are tracked. Most likely cause of death In the USA, from the point a person is a year old until the age of 44, the most common cause of death is an unintentional injury. After the age of 44, it slips down, but only to third place. It is not until we reach the age of 65+ that there are 6 causes of death above unintentional…

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