Get Back in the Game! Recover Faster and Avoid Injury

Get Back in the Game! Recover Faster and Avoid Injury

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An innovative therapy is helping SWFL residents eliminate pain, recover from sports injuries faster, and even avoid injury. This unique technology was developed with the concept of deeply relaxing muscles to alleviate the pressure that contracted muscles exert on bones, joints, nerves, and the spine.

Shortened muscles can cause injury to the muscle itself in the form of a strain, pull, sprain, or tear. Contracted muscles can also impact joints and nerves, causing pain. Athletes know this; that is why stretching is part of a warm-up. However, over time, muscles can become tight and contract, and no amount of stretching or massage will make a significant impact. This happens more and more as we get older or have injuries.

How Robotic Muscle Therapy Works
With Robotic Muscle Therapy, muscles are relaxed using the gentle pressure of a robotic arm. As the muscle tissue releases contraction, it allows the fibers to lengthen back to their natural state. Using this static pressure in combination with vibration, this technology deeply relaxes the muscle tissue, causing tension to be released and allowing the muscle tissue to regain flexibility, thereby easing muscular aches and pains. No other therapy is capable of lengthening the large muscles of the body, making this technology truly innovative.

As this happens, not only is range of motion increased, but pressure on bones, joints, nerves, and the spine is relieved. As muscles lengthen to their proper state and bones align, posture improves, and pain can be resolved.

Often, as people begin increasing their activities, either playing one sport multiple times a week or engaging in new activities, such as pickleball, pain, and injuries begin to happen because of the overuse of tight, shortened muscles.

This is where Robotic Muscle Therapy can be a game-changer. With over 26 different placements, tight muscles can be released and lengthened for pain resolution, prevention of injuries, or to speed healing and recovery.

Tennis and Pickleball
Released and lengthened muscles have greater flexibility, thereby allowing for more tolerance for sudden movements and a reduced risk of injury. With racket sports, hip, neck, back, elbow, and shoulder pain are common. The psoas and pectoral muscles are often contracted. A tight wrist flexor in the forearm is usually the culprit behind tennis elbow, causing significant pain. Quad and IT band play into knee pain and injury. The plantar and calf muscles are responsible for plantar fasciitis. Post-injury recovery times are also reduced, along with better outcomes by utilizing this therapy.

Most injuries tend to be repetitive use injuries and involve shoulder and rotator cuff. A tight pectoral muscle is often implicated. Regaining full range of motion can increase range of motion and prevent injuries in the shoulder joint, as well as alleviating pain in the shoulder, traps, and neck.

Golf involves many muscle groups, with core muscles being central to the golf swing. One of the core muscles, the psoas can cause back stiffness, low back pain, sciatica, and hip pain when it is contracted. Improved flexibility can translate to increased swing speed/distance off the tee. We see reduced knee injuries, greater flexibility in the hamstrings, and reduced back injuries. Increased flexibility in the hips brings more power to the turn in your golf swing.

Cyclists often experience hip, shoulder, back, and knee pain, along with plantar fasciitis. Using the deep tissue release process that Robotic Muscle Therapy can deliver, muscle and joint pain is alleviated, and sprains and injuries are reduced. This technology offers several placements to keep cyclists healthy.

Running creates a fair amount of stress on the body. Flexibility is key to avoiding injury. Robotic Muscle Therapy can provide the targeted deep tissue therapy needed to relax and lengthen muscles. No amount of stretching can achieve the results that the robotic arm applying gentle, precise pressure can. It can keep runners healthy and shorten recovery times, as well as reduce tension in your muscles for optimum performance.

Many of these sports share some of the same concerns and potential injuries. Releasing tension and lengthening muscles can resolve pain issues and help avoid injury. Robotic Muscle Therapy can help keep you at your optimum performance level and keep you in your game more often.

We offer a complimentary consultation so clients can learn more about this revolutionary technology. We learn about your condition, and you discover whether this therapy can help you. You truly have nothing to lose—except your pain. Theresa Edmunds is a Certified Health Coach and co-owner of Naples Robotic Pain Relief. She is passionate about helping people feel better. To schedule a no-cost consultation or for more information, contact 239.778.6842 or visit: naplesroboticpainrelief.com.