Posts Tagged ‘sports injuries’

Rolfing® Structural Integration and the Vikings

Today, a fellow Structural Integrator sent us a link to this YouTube video. Rolfing and Structural Integration has helped many professional athletes to be on top of their game. It’s no suprise that the Vikings consider it a vital part of their training!


“This is a segment from Vikings Game Day that talks about how the NFL Minnesota Vikings use Rolfing® Structural Integration to keep their players ready for game day. The coverage is quite thorough, particularly in its presentation of what Rolfing really is. I believe this video is from May 8, 1997.”

 

What is Lymphatic Massage?

By Micaela Romualdez

Lymphatic massage is a gentle kind of massage. This massage serves to stimulate the lymphatic system to increase metabolism, remove cellular waste and debris, and promote a healthy immune system. Lymphatic massage is also known as lymphatic drainage. Read the rest of this entry »

 

Jumper’s Knee

By Ike Jones

How in the world did the term “jumpers knee” evolve?

Hmmm… lets see now. Because you jump a lot?

You are indeed a genius!

But that’s not the only cause of this very common chronic overuse injury/condition.

We are in the final weeks of the winter sports season and some of the kids, particularly in the sport of basketball, have been battling jumpers knee for a few weeks while others have been battling it for a few years! Read the rest of this entry »