Injuries


#1542

C.A.R.S twice a week for everything.

here is some for hips

and some for back


#1543

@Bandage and @Appendage, in to see paddy leahy this morning with sore knee. Paddy took the inflammation out and zapped my knee a few times. A genius.


#1544

Went there last week on your recommendation mate

A miracle worker and he is a sound gent

Very happy


#1545

Good stuff. I’m tentatively over my chronic calf problems. Wednesday morning was the first time since last summer where I wasn’t conscious of it. My gait wasn’t gimpy and I found myself opening my legs and really expressing myself for the last 2kms.


#1546

I am going to do it. I dont have any current injuries though. I wonder would he zap my calves and hammers. They’re riddled with scar tissue.


#1547

Are you going to help here? TFL muscle is very tender so the issue is there


#1548

You have crispy fascia from dehydration.

Many people think of fascia as a seamless piece of tissue that saran wraps you just beneath the skin. But fascia is more than just superficial; it is also a richly multi-dimensional tissue that forms your internal soft tissue architecture, shaping the pods that actually create your musculature like a honeycomb. Sounds important, right?

Hydrated fascia is happy fascia. The best analogy I can give is of a sponge. When a sponge dries out it becomes brittle and hard. When a sponge is wet and well hydrated it is springy and resilient. You can crush it into a little ball and it bounces back. You can wring it and twist it, but it is difficult to break.


#1549

Keep shooting … You might hit the target eventually.

I;m as hydrated as my body requires.


#1550

Have you read Natural Born Heroes by Chris McDougal, that fascia stuff is the bomb


#1551

You clearly are not. I’ve given you a fix and your cognitive dissonance refuses to accept it.

Fascia is a fluid based tensioner system. Yours is like a dried up sponge.


#1552

:roll_eyes:

two mongs dont make a right


#1553

Not yet. Worth a read?


#1554

It’s a decent historical yarn, gave me a good insight into this fascia you speak of, the Btuce Lee one inch punch is a good example


#1555

Yeah, he will do ultrasound to identify where scar tissue is and then zap it. You will notice difference straight away.


#1556

Agreed


#1557

Go get a physical therapist to work it out for you pal. A good one who’ll out you through the ringer.


#1558

Have you rolled your itb?


#1559

From what I have read - this has fuck all effect … the problem related to long standing back/hip issues i’d say … and TFL muscle having to pick up the slack for a weakness … the TFL is very tender


#1560

I had tfl trouble before and was told itb was issued. Rolled it out and issue resolved. Worth a go.


#1561

19th April. Can’t wait.