What if everything you thought you knew about injury recovery was wrong? If you have ever been injured, you know that there is an overload of information out there, making it very difficult to decide on a path to recovery. With such a range of diverse and, many times, conflicting information out there, how do you know if you are making the best decisions for your health?
If you have ever suffered from back, knee, shoulder, neck, foot and ankle, or other sports injury problems but don’t know what to do about it, this book is for you. Stop wasting any more time and get clarity now. This book focuses on long-term solutions for living a more active and healthy life post-injury, without suggesting unhealthy or unnecessary options such as painkillers, injections, or surgeries.
Too many people continue to put off taking care of their health, hoping their pain will “go away soon” or saying that it’s “just a part of getting older.” All the while, these same people become more and more frustrated that they can’t do what they used to be able to or what they would like or need to do in their current everyday life.
If you are someone who values your health and wants to continue—or begin—living an active lifestyle, then this book will be your guide, leading you from pain and injury to recovery.
Here is some of what you’ll learn in this book:
• The false beliefs about injury recovery that could be holding you back and how to avoid making costly mistakes (especially if you already have pain or stiffness) in your recovery journey
• Why your pain may not be improving when it should be
• What’s needed to recover from injuries in each body region (back, knee, shoulder, neck, foot/ankle, etc.)
• How you can stay active with your favorite sport or exercise while improving your pain
• How to approach mobility-training exercises to get the most benefit for rehab versus for performance
• Steps and advice to improve your overall mental wellness and nutrition
How to choose a quality healthcare provider who best fits your needs.
Want to truly understand the principles that guide injury recovery? Adding Insight To Injury lays out a blueprint for understanding all of the decisions needed in the rehabilitation process. This book lays out safe and effective approaches for rehabilitating injuries and actionable steps for returning to an active life. With the information in this book, you can make a better, more well-informed decision about your health, allowing you to decide what you need to do to make improvements. Unsure how to put everything together into a program that addresses your individual needs? Applying the principles in this book will allow you to devise a plan to improve your pain, injury, mobility, strength, and return to whatever you need to do.
Quality movement is a unique characteristic that helps define us as human beings. But, if we can’t move the way we deserve, it can interrupt our lives. Many times, the causes of pain, stiffness, and poor movement may be difficult to spot on your own. This book gives you the tools to identify and overcome the problems associated with ineffective injury recovery. Whether you are a professional athlete, weekend warrior, someone who just occasionally exercises, or simply want to move and live your life without physical restrictions or impairments, this one-of-a-kind guide will teach you how to take control of the injury recovery process and improve your life.
Some of the other topics covered Include:
• Why letting your injury “rest” is a bad idea
• Why stretching and exercise are not likely going to help your pain
• When the theory of “no pain, no gain” isn’t something you should follow
• The difference between flexibility and mobility and why it matters with injury recovery
• Understanding why where you hurt (the victim) isn’t necessarily where the pain is coming from (the culprit)
• What is involved in treating common problems like back pain, shoulder and neck pain, knee pain, hip pain, foot and ankle pain, and sports injuries
• How to approach strength, flexibility, mobility, and exercise to prevent and rehabilitate common injuries
• How to modify and perform cross-training while you are injured
• Why beds, pillows, shoes, braces or other items likely won’t help you alleviate your pain, in the long run
• Pain and injury timelines as well as rehabilitation guidelines and timeframes
• How posture affects your pain
• Why you may not have tight hamstrings or hip flexors even though they feel “tight”
• What is needed to get rid of your pain and how to fix the bad habits that are slowing your injury recovery
• The techniques to try with your workouts or exercise to help with injury preventions
• The 53 most frequently asked questions and detailed answers about pain, injuries, and injury recovery
This comprehensive guide is meant to be the answer to all of the injury recovery questions you have and give you information needed during the recovery process. Following the advice in this book will help lead you to a happier, more active lifestyle for years to come.
About The Author: Dr. Jamie Bovay is one of Colorado’s leading physical therapists and founder of KinetikChain Denver, a clinic specializing in helping active adults avoid the frustrations of pain and injury so they can live their active lifestyles and get back to everything they want, need, and love to do. Jamie has helped thousands of people, ranging from couch potatoes to professional athletes, recover from pain and injury as well as trained 100’s of medical professionals all over the country about his treatment ideas and rehabilitation methods. In this guide, he teaches you all of the information you need to make better, more well-informed decisions about your health and lays out action plans for what you need to do to recover.
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Dr. Jamie Bovay is one of Colorado’s leading physical therapists and founder of KinetikChain Denver, a clinic specializing in helping active adults avoid the frustrations of pain and injury so they can live their active lifestyles and get back to everything they want, need, and love to do.
Jamie has helped thousands of people, ranging from couch potatoes to professional athletes, recover from pain and injury as well as trained 100’s of medical professionals all over the country about his treatment ideas and rehabilitation methods.
In addition to teaching medical professionals Jamie frequently teaches movement based seminars to active adults who want to move better and avoid injury. He addresses the ways people frequently go wrong with movements and pain and teaches them how to address their movement/pain issues. Because of KinetikChain’s work in the community they are frequently recognized as one of the top clinics in Denver for their unique approach on how to teach clients not only how to get rid of the pain, but how to keep it away for good.