Attention: If you’re suffering from a crossfit injury, the information below could be the solution you’ve been looking for…
Crossfit Injury Treatment
Participating In Crossfit Should NOT Mean Dealing With A Constant Series Of Nagging Injuries…
Find Out What Our Most Successful Crossfitters Do To Keep Their Bodies Strong, Mobile And Injury-Free While They Crossfit
Our Crossfit Physical Therapy Program Can Make You “Bullet-Proof” Against Those Tough–But Common–Orthopedic Injuries Most People Accept As A Normal Part Of Crossfit.
You hear the horror stories all the time…
- A simple deadlift tweaks your back
- A 200 meter run turns into a painful and debilitating case of plantar fasciitis
- Catching a clean awkwardly tweaks the knee
- A bout of “Murph” results in unrelenting neck pain or a…
- A single awkward snatch turns into a rotator cuff injury
Hey, those kinds of things just happen. Right?
Did you know that the majority of Crossfit injuries are preventable!
Unfortunately, we all know that some of these injuries can slow us down and limit our ability to Crossfit…especially if we’re not preparing our body for the sport
“It’s just a normal part of Crossfit” you’ve been told…
It doesn’t have to be that way.
Taking some well-designed preventative measures is the key.
Crossfit athletes aren’t like normal patients…
They can’t be slowed down by a nagging injury
They need to perform at a high level
Sitting on the sidelines or “resting” is NOT an option.
You want to continue to be part of a tight knit community, to look great, and to also feel great…and we can help make that happen!
We also won’t tell you to stop Crossifting…
That it’s dangerous and…
We’ll do our best to keep you Crossfitting at a high level
That’s the mindset behind our Crossfit Treatment Program.
As we mentioned, many of the more common Crossfit injuries we see are entirely preventable.
Here are some “traps” many Crossfit athletes fall into which can lead to injury:
- Leading a sedentary lifestyle and then suddenly attempting strenuous activity like Crossfit
- Not adequately warming up before participating in a WOD
- Losing mobility in the major joints of the body such as the hips, knees, wrists and shoulders
- Allowing endurance levels to drop to dangerous levels. This allows fatigue to set in sooner, resulting in a greater likelihood of injury
- Not taking steps to maintain vital muscle mass. The average person loses up to one half pound of muscle mass per year. This also makes injury more likely…
Each one of these actions (they’re really the result of a LACK of action) can open the door to a serious crossfit injury…preventing you from doing the things you LOVE.
Did you notice something about this list?
Again, everything here is entirely preventable!
If you have any intention of maintaining an active lifestyle an continuing to Crossift, our Crossfit Treatment Program is for you…
If you’d like to find out all the details, just give us a call and we’ll walk you through it.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a highly specialized program.
As a result, space is quite limited.
This Crossfit Injury Program Is For The Action-Takers Out There…
The ones who have no inclination to slow down or rest after an injury, but instead want to try new things, stay healthy and to continue Crossfitting for years to come.
If this sounds like you, here are some things you can do, before we even speak on the phone, to decrease your likelihood of getting hurt…
1. Get out and move around! Too many of us now sit for prolonged periods of time. This hurts our cardiovascular systems while crushing our mobility at the same time. A dangerous double-whammy!
2. Use resistance training to build your muscle mass. The only proven way to maintain that all-important muscle mass that keeps us strong and independent is to lift weights. (We can design proven programs for you!)
3. Do regular flexibility training. Many injuries happen because a muscle is stretched beyond its limits. While you may not be a gymnast, keeping the range of motion you currently have is vital. When you stretch regularly, you make it less likely you’ll be injured in a sports situation.
4. Do a “dynamic warmup” prior to ALL WOD’s All too often, we hop into our activities with little thought of warming up…or that warm-up consists of a few short stretches. This is a prescription for injury. A proper warmup gets our blood flowing, wakes up our nervous system and increases the range of motion in the muscles we’re about to use.
5. Get in at least 60 minutes of cardio work each week. Many injuries happen when we’re tired. Once we become fatigued, our form suffers and it’s more likely we will move in an awkward way. This dramatically increases the possibility of a muscle, ligament or tendon strain.
Remember: Suffering a major orthopedic injury can sideline your for weeks or months from Crossfitting.
Unfortunately, we’ve all seen this first hand…
Taking the proper steps now can preserve your vision of the future.
This program is NOT like going to a random medical provider or office and hoping for the best.
We are experts in the types of injuries you’re most likely to suffer and know how to stop them from happening!
But, we’re a little biased about how good our program actually is…
So, before you call for a free, no-obligation consultation, you’ll want to hear from these past Crossfit clients who regularly engage in all kinds of sports:
Look How We’ve Helped Patients Suffering
With Crossfit Injury Just Like You…
” They detected the root cause of my crossfit lower back injury and I’m now pain free”
Emily Burke – Fort Myers, FL- Crossfit Athlete
” I am now able to train harder and longer without injuring myself”
Sam Cintron – Cape Coral, FL
NOTE: You have no obligation after the call.
Let’s talk about your unique situation, your goals and your obstacles.
Together we can chart a course for your active and healthy future doing the things you love to do!
We look forward to working with you!
Dr. Scott Gray
Founder – Back in Motion Sports & Spine Physical Therapy