Swimming

swimmingSwimming is a very enjoyable and competitive sport, however the strokes and movements in the pool are very repetitive which can have a toll on your joints and muscles.

Injuries usually result from poor technique, fatigue, overuse of muscles, not warming up/cooling down properly, previous injuries/traumas affecting speed and distance and ability for good stroke technique.

What do you feel?

Usually function begins to deteriorate in the form of weakness, fatigue, awkwardness of motion before other symptoms like pain, swelling, pins and needles, numbness, pinching present when the body struggles to perform efficiently. The most common sights for pain are in the shoulder, back and neck as well as knee, hips and arms. If symptoms are not treatment, injuries such as rotator cuff strains, shoulder impingement or instability.

What to do?

The practitioners at Chidi Lynn Proactive have helped many swimmers by restoring the body’s natural mechanics and releasing the tension in surrounding structures, mobility and proper function can be improved and regained.

If your body is not performing how you would like, it is worth having a consult with us to establish the cause. If your pain is beyond our scope of practice, you will be referred and advised accordingly for the appropriate therapy/investigations.

If it is within our scope, we can work with you to help restore your body to its natural mechanics and relieve the tightness enabling the body to self-heal and regulate; as well as discuss the best way to prevent re-occurrence.

What would it be like to be pain free, functioning and enjoying ‘normal’ again?

Call now and get checked on 01732 897550

What do you need help with?

If you are not sure if our practice is right for you, come in and talk to us. We offer a free, no obligation consultation. If our treatments are not indicated, we can advise you on a more appropriate course of action.