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Sports Massage, Toledo
   Massage for: Golfers, Runners, Swimmers,
                        Cyclists, Gymnasts
    Massage for Toledo High School Sports Injuries:
                Baseball, Basketball, Football,
                Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball

        Common Sports Injuries we treat
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Welcome to Ultimate Body, Mind & Spirit, massage therapy Toledo. We specialize in the treatment and rehabilitation of our clients through the use of massage, sports massage and body work. If you suffer from pain due to a sports injury, auto accident, on the job mishap or just from the stress of everyday life; our goal is to relieve your pain with massage.
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Massage Therapy Toledo   |   3450 W. Central Ave., Suite 310 Toledo, OH 43606

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Common Running Injuries in Toledo

1) Spinal Compression
Temporary hightloss which can become permanent if not treated, caused by the force of impact of running

2) Piriformis Syndrome
Pain radiating down the back of leg caused by the tightening of pirifomis muscle

3) Iliotibial Brand Syndrome
Pain in hip or knee caused by friction

4) Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome also known as Runner's Knee
A pain under and around the knee cap.

5) Groin Pull
Similar to a hernia caused by the overextension of inner thigh muscles

6) Hamstring Stain
Sudden and sharp pain in the back of the thigh caused by improper of lack of warm-up

7) Shin Splints
Pain along the shin often expressed as tingling or needles caused by lack of conditioning

8) Calf Muscle Pull
May hear and audible "POP" when injury occurs this is caused when the calf muscle tears away from the Achilles tendon

9) Achilles Tendonitis
Pain along the back of the ankle caused by chronic overuse

10) Plantar Fasiitis
Pain on the bottom of the heal caused by inflammation of ligaments along the bottom of the foot.





Common Swimmer Injuries in Toledo

The shoulder is the joint most commonly affected by swimming injuries or overuse.

Shoulder injuries may include rotator cuff impingement pressure on the rotator cuff from part of the shoulder blade or scapula as the arm is lifted.

Biceps tendinitis (painful inflammation of the bicep tendon) and shoulder instability, in which structures that surround the shoulder joint do not work to maintain the ball within its socket, all can result from fatigue and weakness of the rotator cuff and muscles surrounding the shoulder blade.

Knee injuries that involve the tendons and ligaments (breaststrokers' knee) are common. Breaststrokers may also experience hip pain from inflammation of the hip tendons.

Back problems, including lower back disk problems or another problem at the junction between the spine and pelvis, termed spondylolisis, may be increased by the dolphin kick often used in competitive swimming.




Common Cycling Injuries in Toledo

1) Knee Pain
Common reasons for knee pain in athletes include the following:

1A) Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
Pain under and around the knee cap It is also called "Runner's Knee."

1B) Chondromalacia
Typically an injury from trauma, overuse, poor alignment of the knee joint, or muscle imbalance. Leads to friction and rubbing under the kneecap the results damage to the surface of the cartilage. The sensation is a dull pain around or under the kneecap that worsens when walking down stairs or hills, climbing stair other weight bearing activity.

1C) Osteoarthritis of the Knee
Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis in athletes. It is a degenerative disease that results in a gradual wearing       away of joint cartilage. Typical symptoms of osteoarthritis are pain, swelling, and a decrease in the range of motion of the knee. Morning stiffness that decreases with motion is also common.

1D) Iliotibial Band Syndrome
IT band friction syndrome often results in knee pain that is generally felt on the outside (lateral) aspect of the knee or lower.


2) Hand Numbness
This is experienced as pain and numbness of the small and ring finger and is associated with pressure on the handlebars for long periods of time.

3) Piriformis Syndrome
If the piriformis muscle becomes tight or cramps it can put pressure on the sciatic nerve and cause gluteal (or buttock) pain or sciatica.

4) Achilles Tendonitis
Achilles tendonitis is a chronic injury that occurs primarily from overuse. It tends to come on gradually over time until pain is constant and exercise or activity too painful to continue. Achilles tendonitis is a painful condition of the tendon in the back of the ankle. Left untreated, Achilles tendonitis can lead to an increased risk of Achilles tendon rupture.

5) Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of pain on the bottom of the heel and usually defined by pain during the first steps of the morning

6) Arch Pain
Arch pain is a common foot complaint. Arch pain, also sometimes called a strain, often causes inflammation and a burning sensation under the arch of the foot. Treatment of arch pain often consists of adaptive footwear and inserts.

Whole body) Muscle Cramps
A cramp is a sudden, tight and intense pain caused by a muscle locked in spasm. You can also recognize a muscle cramp as an involuntary and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax.

Whole body) Sprains and Strains
These are acute injuries that vary in severity but usually result in pain, swelling, bruising, and loss of the ability to move and use the joint.

Whole body) Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness
Description: Muscle pain, stiffness or soreness that occurs 24-48 hours after unaccustomed, or particularly intense exercise.

Whole body) Overtraining Syndrome
Overtraining syndrome frequently occurs in athletes who are training for competition or a specific event and train beyond the body's ability to recover.



 
 
 
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