The right shoes for injury-free training have adequate support features and deep cushioning.
Find a shoe with a thick outsole, and a short and broad heel.
Flat shoes do not provide sufficient support for your legs and lower back, while high heeled shoes will put a strain on your back
Before getting into a fast sprint, or weight lifting, give your body enough warm up with light cardio and stretches.
This pre-workout routine helps to wake up the muscles and prevent the risk of back sprain.
Also, ensure to maintain proper body mechanics throughout the exercise.
When lifting weights, maintain a straight back, and keep your head slightly raised when tackling an opponent in football.
Sporting action, including running, or jumping can result in strains, tears, and sprains in the muscles of the back.
An experienced chiropractor can help to heal your sports injuries and prevent them after you recover.
As opposed to traditional medication, chiropractic therapy helps to initiate the body’s natural self-healing process.
Chiropractic therapies used to treat back pain can help you achieve long term relief not only from back pain but also neck, shoulder, ankle, and knee injuries.
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