Is Your Balance Setting You Up For An Injury?

Do You Know What Balance Affects? How balance affects sports performance The more aggressive you are in sports, the better your balance and reflexes have to be. Many ankle, knee, hip and back injuries in running, tennis and other sports are attributed to poorly performing balance. By incorporating simple balance exercises into your workout routine, you can set yourself up for success and prevent injuries, as well as enhance your sports performance. How balance affects back pain How you walk directly impacts your back and can actually be a big contributor to back pain. By improving balance, coordination and strength in your hips, pelvis and legs, your spine will be supported and guided, reducing strain. This in turn, helps your back function normally without aggravation and inflammation. Balance activities are an important component of our SPINE Program for relieving back pain.

2.5 million adults were treated for nonfatal injuries in emergency departments in 2013.

Do you want a natural solution to your pain? Gain your freedom from pain medication and avoid costly surgery with physical therapy! People who go to physical therapy experience: Naturally improve balance. Prevent future injuries. Bemore activewith your friends and family. Have more energy. Feel better at work. What you can do You can improve your balance, and it involves performing simple balance exercises. The first step in preventing an injury or fall is testing your balance and being honest with yourself that your balance needs work. Our physical therapists can make a big difference in improving your balance and vestibular system, improving your ability to be active, safely. Call us today to learn more about our specialized programs and how you can get back to an active, pain free lifestyle! Preventing falls According to the Centers For Disease Control (CDC), over 2.5 million adults were treated for nonfatal injuries in emergency departments in 2013. In older adults, falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries. Most people don’t think about keeping their balance in shape, until it is too late and they fall, fracturing an arm, leg or injuring their back. The good news is that most falls can easily be prevented, simply by the regular exercising of your balance system.

Mention or Bring in This Coupon Today For a FREE Balance Analysis

Shelbyville Phone: (931) 684-0027 Fax: (931) 684-0112

Cool Springs Phone: (615) 224-9810 Fax: (615) 224-9844

Spring Hill Phone: (931) 489-2022 Fax: (931) 489-2036

Offer valid for the first 25 people to schedule. Expires 12-29-16.

Made with FlippingBook - Online catalogs