• Tom Church

From The Week of 4/1/19

As athletes, we often experience a dopamine bath such as after a great race, an unexpected good result, or connecting with another athlete while exercising. This is usually what keeps us coming back the next day, to try and experience it again. It its also what has us ignoring niggles and injuries. So here is a quick guide to when to see who based on the pain scale (1-10).

If below 8-9: A sports massage therapist or

chiropractor. Or an independent

PT (This is a PT you can access as needed where you don’t need a prescription for a specific issue.) The issue at hand is probably a knot or adhesions that need to be worked out.

If 8-9: Then go see the Orthopedist.


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