injury, hair of the dog?

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by piratebum, Oct 1, 2019.

  1. piratebum

    piratebum Triple-Digit Post Count

    Ive tweaked a shoulder. I saw somewhere Pavel saying you should exercise the injured area to improve it.

    Ive looked around and can't find it. can someone point the way?
     
  2. Bauer

    Bauer More than 500 posts

    Maybe it was Dan John? I can't remember Pavel talking about rehab.

    Dan John recommends doing what you can, especially with your uninjured side. He has written about it (for example in Intervention) and has a recent video on his facebook page.
     
  3. william bad butt

    william bad butt More than 300 posts

    Google "Starr Rehab Protocol"
     
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  4. offwidth

    offwidth More than 5000 posts

    Another alternative is to see a doctor who specializes in sports medicine, who would then most likely turn you over to a sports physiotherapist.
     
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  5. william bad butt

    william bad butt More than 300 posts

    You may be thinking of Pavels SuperJoints book?
     
  6. Sergio

    Sergio Double-Digit Post Count

    When i get a minor tweak it helps to do passive/active hangs from a pull up bar. Another thing that helps is putting your hand behind your back, so if you lift your arm over head then bend at the elbow to try and put your hand along your upper spine. Try to keep the shoulder packed as you’re doing it, this helps when my shoulders are nagging.
     
  7. q.Hung

    q.Hung More than 500 posts

    Maybe "Resilient"? The old video of Pavel?
     
  8. Steve Freides

    Steve Freides Forum Administrator Senior Certified Instructor

    I worry that we're getting into things that really ought to be handled by a medical professional here.

    There are certainly examples wherein, after an injury, light activity is recommended after a few days. But it very much depends on the injury, and the severity of the injury, and is therefore best done in consultation with your doctor or physiotherapist or similar.

    -S-
     

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