Blogs about Injury

5 Tips for Getting Back in the Gym After an Injury

 One minute everything is fine and the next you find yourself injured. Whether it’s a broken bone, sprained joint, laceration, concussion, or something much more serious, injuries like these will keep you out of the gym for a while. Knowing how to return in a safe manner is key. How to Make a Safe Return to the Gym 

How to Get Back to Working Out After an Injury

If you’ve been in a car or work accident, a serious injury can disrupt your life. It can drastically impact your health as you’re not able to exercise or even eat the way you used to. 

How to Start a New Routine After Recovering From an Injury

 

How to Beat PTSD After a Car Crash

Until you’re involved in a major car accident, it’s impossible to know how it may affect you, emotionally as well as physically. Long after the physiological injuries heal, you could be pretty to anxiety and depression. How you deal with this rarely discussed facet of injury accidents will have a substantial impact on your healing process. Four Tips for Beating Anxiety After a Car Accident 

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"Mommy, she fell down!"

At the last moment of a charity warm up, I sent everyone off to run, and the FINAL REACH for my water tipped the balance... 

Technology Is Helping Patients To Find Nearest Verified Doctors

 

Life Mastery: You CAN do ANYTHING!

This six-minute video below was my first Toastmasters speech I gave last week, so I wanted to share the last time I practiced before presenting.

This Is What Happens When You Don’t Eat After A Workout

Most nutritionists recommend eating something within 30 minutes after a workout. Your body, after using up its available energy, needs to be refueled. Specifically with carbs and protein—for energy and to repair the microdamage that exercise does to your muscles. 

Exercise After Joint Injury: A Three-Step Approach

Exercise after joint injury can depend upon several things.  Here are a few: