dr Lauren Schnidman, the founder of In Motion Physical Therapy, offers six proven strategies to help runners avoid knee injuries. The eBook covers improving a runner’s mobility and strength.
Physiotherapy in motion published an eBook titled “6 Knee Pain Secrets for Runners, and Rest Isn’t One of Them!” written by Dr. Lauren Schnidman (Exercise Therapy Expert).
The eBook is perfect for runners who want to avoid running injuries. It focuses on six strategies proven to help runners during and after their workout. Implementing the proposed approaches can help athletes overcome challenges.
The book recommends a variety of workouts to prevent muscles from becoming overused or injured. Hip and knee strengthening exercises provide stability, which is necessary for movement in all directions. The book also covers ongoing challenges. Running can often lead to individual injuries due to muscular imbalances. For example, the book encourages practicing standing on one leg and holding the pose for at least a minute. Crucial training will greatly improve an athlete’s endurance while running while helping to reduce the likelihood of injury.
Like any other sport, Stretching is one of the most important exercises before running. To prepare the body for any activity, the eBook recommends pre-run warm-up activities, such as: B. Foam rolling to strengthen muscle function and prevent later damage. The book recommends runners do a cool-down routine at the end of their training session.
The book also addresses professional advice and assistance. In Motion Physiotherapy more offers manual treatment, video motion analysis, in-home analysis and taping treatments in addition to physical therapy. The book is an invaluable resource for professional and amateur athletes alike. It also advises frequent physical therapy visits to keep a runner in control of their movement patterns and activities.
The author of the book, Dr. Lauren is passionate about helping active adults repair and transform their bodies to ensure they can get back into the activities they love with the people they love. As a lifelong professional, Dr. Lauren firsthand how to treat injuries.
The free eBook is available from In Motion Physical Therapy at inmotionptchi.com. The eBook is intended for athletes who want to improve their athletic performance while overcoming pain.
The good medical work has helped many athletes to recover. She outlines techniques that can help anyone live a relatively pain-free life without surgery and medication. dr Shnidman encourages patients to take responsibility for their health and treat pain-related symptoms.
“I guide my patients through a thorough examination and diagnostic process to identify areas in the body where mobility is limited and minor supporting muscles are unstable. Identifying these issues allows us to predict the injuries you are likely to suffer. As a certified tennis performance specialist, I can guide you through a stretching and strengthening program to reduce discomfort from improper body movement and improve swing boundaries.“explained Dr. Shnidman.
About In Motion Physiotherapy
In Motion Physical Therapy is dedicated to providing world-class physical therapy services and helping patients return to the activities they love. The company works with tennis players, runners and people who want to lose weight. located in Lincoln Parkthe company provides quality care for patients to get them back on their feet.
Physiotherapy in motion
2731N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, Il 60614
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