Sporting injuries are a pain, as we move into summer and people get out and about more there is a greater risk of damage being done.
Since the 2012 Olympics many people have taken up new sport, for some that means a stroll in the park, power walking of course, for many others cycling is king.
Physiofusion has seen a rise in new clients who are keen cyclists, especially since the wonderful spectacle of the Tour de France, and the Bike to Work scheme has encouraged many to cycle to their place of work. Inevitably this means people falling victim to injuries due to impact, strain on muscles and bones that they haven’t exercised in a long time, and other problems caused by people acquiring a bike that is wrong for their physique or has not been set up specifically for you.
Sam House, Clinical Director of Physiofusion, has prepared a list of eight things that riders can do to prevent harm caused by cycling, and to assist riders to get over the effects of such injury.
By seeking sensible, professional advice people can save a great deal of pain and discomfort!
Physiofusion believe in the prevention and management of injuries so that the riders time off of the bike is as limited as possible and so they can get back to doing what they love.
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