Treating the Multisport Athlete
The individual sports of swimming, cycling and running each requires unique patterns of anatomical movements. When all three are combined into a multisport endurance race, biomechanical efficiency, neuromuscular control and optimal cardiopulmonary output is essential. Many athletes, both amateur and professional alike, deal with repetitive strain injuries due to unilateral dominance, joint mobility restrictions and improper myofascial recruitment. Treating these athletes requires the skill to accurately assess orthopedic dysfunctions and to elicit efficient and timely treatments via Trigger Point needling to help them return to their training and racing schedules as quickly as possible.
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Click here for an article about Acupuncture posted in USA Triathlon magazine.