Treatments for the following:
Whiplash is a relatively common injury that occurs to a person's neck
following a sudden acceleration-deceleration force,
most commonly from motor vehicle accidents. The term "whiplash"
was first used in 1928. The term "railway spine" was
used to describe a similar condition that was common in persons involved
in train accidents prior to 1928. The term
"whiplash injury" describes damage to both the bone structures
and soft tissues, while "whiplash associated disorders"
describes a more severe and chronic condition. Fortunately,
whiplash is typically not a life threatening injury, but it can lead
to a prolonged period of partial disability.
A headache is a pain in the head with the pain being above the eyes
or the ears, behind the head (occipital), or in the back
of the upper neck. Headache, like chest pain or back ache, has many
causes. All headaches are considered primary
headaches or secondary headaches. Primary headaches are not associated
with other diseases. Examples of primary
headaches are migraine headaches, tension headaches, and cluster headaches.
Secondary headaches are caused by
other diseases. The associated disease may be minor or major. Tension
headaches are the most common type of primary
headache. As many as 90% of adults have tension headaches. Tension headaches
are more common among women
and Neck Pain
A strain is damage caused by an overstretched muscle or tendon, causing
their fibers to be pulled apart and lose the ability
to contract. The severity of injury depends upon the amount of tissue
that is damaged. It may be stretched or even torn.
The most common cause of the injury is overuse, which weakens the muscle.
Muscles and joints are forced to perform
movements for which they are not prepared or designed. An injury can
occur from a single stressful incident, or it may
gradually arise after many repetitions of a motion. The damage can occur
in three areas: the muscle itself, the muscle
tendon intersection, or the tendon itself. Strains are described by
the severity of damage in three grades.
Injuries, Running Injuries
From contact sport like rugby to the more coveruse or chronic injuries
like in running, race walking and swimming.
Joint Pain (shoulder, knee, etc)
For example; shoulder, hip or knee pain mostly because of degenaration.
is damaged or worn away, the bones begin to rub on each other, and degenerative
occurs. This is the most common cause of SI joint dysfunction. Degenerative
arthritis occurs commonly in the SI joints, just
like other weight-bearing joints of the body.
of back problems
of sports injuries
of post-operative conditions
after ALC/Knee ligament repair and meniscus surgery, as well as shoulder
operations like acromioplasty or
Evaluation and Correction
11. Sport Massage pre and post events