Blog - by Daniel Rothenberg of Scope Chiropractic.
I asked Dan, one of Just Knead It's allied health referral network to talk about why it is important to work with health professionals who understand your sport.
Recently I travelled to Cairns and Japan with the Aussie Swim Team. It reinforced for me the importance of working with an allied health team with sports specific knowledge.
There is a difference between a health professional who understands injury and one who understands how and why you get tight - based of what sport you play. Also someone who has an in-depth understanding of what parts of your technique could be contributing to what they see in treatment, as well as what ranges of motion you need to perform at your best is essential. Have a read! This blog is good.
Kat Murray - Founder - Just Knead It
As an athlete, dealing with pain and injury can be an exceptionally frustrating experience. Loss of fitness, loss of training and game time and the psychological stressors that may be associated could be minimized with a good, experienced health practitioner in your corner.
When seeking out professional treatments and opinions, a practitioner who has experience in your sport may be one of the best decisions you make.
Here are 5 reasons why working with a health professional that understands your sport is essential.