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ace88 wrote:I will go back to the therapist, as she was the only one who actually found the injury on her own,
You're the manager, you've been told how important stretching is, most of your team is also probably ignoring how important stretching is, make it a team activity, including you, for a couple of minutes of post game stetching.ace88 wrote:I try to stretch before and after games, but being that I am the manager, I am responsible for bases, bats, softballs, paying the ump, writing the lineup, etc...and exercise sometimes gets lost in the shuffle.
BJB-LMP wrote:I think he mentioned in the first post that he was embarassed to say anything about it -- not uncommon in that loaded area!
moogie303 wrote:You know.....most therapists will find an injury if you let them know you're having problems in that area. Keeping a therapist "in the dark", hoping they'll find it on their own is unfair to them and in most cases will result in you getting a less-effective massage.
ace88 wrote:BJB-LMP wrote:I think he mentioned in the first post that he was embarassed to say anything about it -- not uncommon in that loaded area!
I wasn't going to mention it to a therapist at a chiropractor's office that I only had for the 2nd time. I would think maybe someone who has their own practice might address it in a 90 minute massage, but not at the chiro's office during a 30 minute massage, to someone I barely know. To several therapists I've mentioned hamstrings, but that was probably too "vague" because the pain was too much on the inside of my hamstrings, and could only really be treated laying on my back facing upwards. I think it is very impressive when therapists can find really, really painful or tight spots on you on their own just by you describing a general area.
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