The most common injuries in dancers
Posted on 21st November 2018 at 13:45
As we are sure many of you already know that our very own Sue Roberts is performing in Strictly Christmas 2018 raising funds for Zoe's Place Hospice in Coventry this year.
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Sue loves her ballroom dancing but with the practice and training comes some nasty injuries!
The most common dancers injuries...
Here are a list of the most common dancers injuries:
Trigger toe or flexor hallucis longus tenosynovitis
Snapping hip syndrome
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
The list may seem to be made up of fancy names, but all of these injuries are to do with tendons and ligament sprains and strains... and Advanced Healing Therapies can treat all of the above.
Overview of Healing with micro-current
Using our technology we treat the area affected for just under an hour.
Pain, inflammation and muscle spasms often result when muscles, ligaments or tendons are injured. The circulation in the injured areas is effected adversely. There is an accumulation of lactic acid and other waste products in the tissues. This slows the healing process.
The Acuscope and Myopulse simultaneously measure and balance the abnormal electrical resistance in injured tissue. The electrical conductance of the injured tissue is examined and compared to a preprogrammed parameters for healthy tissue. When electrical conductance is outside the normal, healthy range, the instruments change the wave form, frequency, intensity and polarity to restore the tissue integrity to promote healing.
The Myopulse eliminates inflammation; the Acuscope promotes healing in joints to promote the growth of cartilage and synovial fluids.
There is little or no sensation because micro-current energy is similar to the energy inside the body. Micro-currents are one-millionth the strength of household current. They are compatible with the body’s bio electrical communication system and support the self-healing feedback mechanism already present at the cellular level. The effects of micro-currents on the healing process has been documented in the scientific literature for many years.
When this energy is introduced into the cells, circulation, lymphatic drainage, waste product removal, cellular metabolism improve. The flow of other forms of biological energy similar to chi or vital force is accelerated. Acidic waste products are flushed from the tissues and the body’s healing powers are accentuated. This results in an accelerated healing response at the cellular level, leading to reduction of pain and improved function.