Δευτέρα, 26 Οκτωβρίου 2015

The Complete Guide to Foundations & Fallacies of Tissue Regeneration – Dr. John Rusin - The Strength DOC

The Complete Guide to Foundations & Fallacies of Tissue Regeneration – Dr. John Rusin - The Strength DOC



THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO FOUNDATIONS & FALLACIES OF TISSUE REGENERATION

I am proud to bring you all the most complete tissue regeneration and recovery article ever written this week. I’m not going to lie, this one is a damn text book, but each section is heavy hitting and packs actionable materials that focus on enhancing the recovery process.
From ice baths to soft tissue mobilization techniques, the use of compression to ischemic therapies like blood flow restriction training, this article from Dr. Mario Novo is your resource to improving your body and fighting back after sustaining an injury.
May want to grab a coffee for this one, as you’ll want to take notes and start implementing these strategies right away. That is if you want to improve your recovery.

HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW…
1) Inflammation has an important role in recovery but its timing and duration can stall a quick return.  The use ofNSAID’s, especially within the first week of recovery, has been shown to limit tissue healing and regeneration, and yes, this is backed by science.
2) Enough with the term PRICE for the treatment of injuries. Developing a plan for optimal progressive mechanical loading following an injury can quicken the return to sport as when compared to rest for certain soft tissue injuries, and without the use of ice baths.
3) Progressive loading and active recovery plays a key role in tissue regeneration via hormonal responses, cardiorespiratory functions and the reduction of scar tissue formation.
4) Techniques such as compression through use of ace wraps or Voodoo flossing bands can reduce swelling during acute phases of tissue trauma and can enhance recovery times and recovery from soft-tissue injuries.
5) Joints need help following an injury to relearn proper centration patterns. Joint flossing with wraps such as voodoo bands when applied at the joint space appears to have the potential to provide nervous system input via compression for “pattern assistance”.
7) Using a progressive tissue loading strategy such as tissue tempering can quickly decrease muscle guarding and improve in soft tissue compliance to improve in mobility without the need of applying tension through a joint.
8) The combination of compression, elevation, and active movement are excellent ways of controlling swellingwell beyond the initial stages of injury to continue to promote healing and recovery.
9) Remember, 74% of your muscle mass is made of water, use a sound approach to maintaining fluid intake as well as optimizing nutrition to aid in reducing inflammation.

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