When it comes to becoming a better triathlete, it's often the things that we do outside of training that can have a significant impact. Recovery, rest, and rehabilitation should be at the core of any athlete's training regime.
Beyond just stretching and eating right, below we share five highly-effective recovery tips to help you become a better triathlete.
In order to understand what self-myofascial release (or "SMR")is all about, it is paramount that we understand two aspects that are integral to SMR effectiveness. The first term is fascia; which is a specialized connective tissue that surrounds the whole body, that is, the bones, joints and muscles, as well as providing protection and support.
When there is damage to the fascia, this gives rise to trigger points. Trigger points are the second aspect to consider and are defined as areas of muscle that are susceptible to pain when undergoing palpation, they also exhibit tout bands around these areas.
Self myofascial release is a very simple technique that athletes employ in order to alleviate these trigger points. The exercise involves a foam roll, on which the athletes roll parts of their body until they reach the trigger point. The athletes then hold this position until the pain subsides.
It is common knowledge in the athletic world, that what you consume after a work out or race greatly determines how your body is going to react in the subsequent day or days. It is therefore imperative that we carefully consider what we drink or eat after such tiresome sessions.
Triathletes should know when to drink water and when to drink electrolyte rich energy drinks. These decisions are predominantly determined, by the rate of absorption of these fluids by the body. In order to make the right decision, one should consult a nutrition expert before consuming anything.
Stretching is a very integral part in the training regimen of any professional triathlete. Triathletes who have more elasticity and flexibility in their muscles perform better. There are two types of stretching recommended by the professionals.
The first one is, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) which is a set of stretching techniques which are used to improve both the passive and active range of motions in our bodies. This done to ensure that that our body produces optimum performance as well as rehabilitate the body when injured. The second technique is of static stretching which generally means stretching while the body is in a stationery position.
After that vigorous work out, a lot of triathletes prefer to immerse themselves in an ice water bath. This ice water bath has temperatures between twelve to fifteen degrees Celsius. This plunge into the ice bath is believed to have a therapeutic effect on the muscles as it reduces the soreness and pain in the muscles.
Doing this after training can help the muscles recover quickly from the strains of the exercises and as such are quickly ready for the next session. This cold exposure also provides a resurgence of energy.
Meditation can be a very useful tool for an athlete who is training for a tournament or who is recovering from an injury or strenuous exercises. Meditation causes the body to relax and such reduce the release of the hormone cortisol, which is a very bad hormone for and budding athlete. Athletes who meditate have been known to perform better, as they generally have all their faculties in control.
Lastly, spend some time working on your form and biomechanics in all three disciplines of triathlon. There are many sports scientists out and triathlon coaches out there who can help you refine your form and help you become more efficient and injury free.
Explore the idea of investing in quality triahlon coaching so you can become better organized with your training, and your self as a whole through the sport.
Choosing to receive professional chiropractic care to help heal injuries or correct spinal issues is a great, holistic approach that's highly effective for many individuals. However, before you jump on any chiropractor's table, there are some things you should take into consideration, such as whether you are going to be receiving short-term or long-term care.
Both approaches to chiropractic care have specific intentions, but it just depends on what type of injury or ailment you have, the severity of the ailment, and your commitment to attend the regular appointments needed for recovery.
If you determine short-term chiropractic care to be the best option for your situation, it is important you know the advantages and disadvantages. Advantages of short-term care include limited amount of appointments. With only a few appointments necessary, you will not miss out on too many days of work. It is also more cost efficient especially if your heath care provider is not going to be able to cover the expenses of the treatment.
For a routine back spasm or neck tightness, a short-term care plan may be a good idea if the problem can be solved within a reasonable amount of time and with little complications. This ultimately depends on your unique situation, and what your chiropractor recommends.
With these types of chiropractic treatments, you should be aware of the disadvantages as well. Sometimes with a short-term treatment a “quick fix” is not always the best plan of action in the long run. It may work for now, but you could be feeling the pain for weeks to come, sometimes they can actually do more damage than good.
Receiving quick adjustments to relieve the immediate pain and enduring reactionary pain is something to think about before making the decision to go with short-term adjustments.
Long-term chiropractic care, on the other hand, involves returning consistently to receive regular adjustments and checkups. This sort of chiropractic care usually lasts anywhere between 4 and 12 weeks, if not longer depending on the case.
During this time period the chiropractor will assess specific problem areas and make calculated adjustments based on solving and correcting the injury. This type of treatment is good for severe, moderate or more complex spinal injuries. Having a good chiropractor can health you cover the expenses involving long-term chiropractic care.
The downside to this version of the treatment is that it will usually require some downtime from work. The length of your individual treatment program is determined by the complexity of you spinal injury. You will need to return for multiple adjustments over a predetermined amount of time.
This involves being dedicated to healing yourself. If you are not sure if you will be able to work with making regular appointments to see the chiropractor, this may not be the method for you, especially if you already have a busy schedule. Abruptly stopping the treatment can leave you with lasting problems that persist for weeks or longer.
Since long-term chiropractic treatment involves examining the body to find exact problem areas determining exactly where the pain is, and then making calculated adjustments over an extended period of time, it is the safer and more practical way of the two. There are few risks involving this option and it allows the body ample time to adjust to the treatment methods your chiropractor will use to help you get better.continue...
Plastic surgery is a thriving industry, thanks to the growing interest among men and women to change their physical appearance. Predictably or not, breast augmentation – commonly referred to by the public as a 'boob job’ – is the queen of all surgeries, bringing thousands of women in the US, to the local plastic surgeon’s office. In short, many women opting for breast augmentation hope to enhance their feminine assets to improve their body shape, self-esteem and confidence.
While breast augmentation surgeries are mostly – and quite controversially – regarded as purely cosmetic procedures, they are still surgeries, which means they have risks and they imply costs and sacrifices for those who opt to have them done. That is why more and more people are doing thorough research about the subject and their options before going through with such a big, life-changing decision.
Websites like BayAreaBreastAugmentation.org are meant to help people make such decisions, by providing them with useful information on the procedure, including prices, implant options and what to expect from surgery and recovery, among other subjects related to getting breast augmentation surgery in the Bay Area of California.
In addition to helping educate women about where to find breast augmentation surgeons and resources, the websites does a lot more than just that. In fact, the scope of what this website can do for patients who are planning on getting a breast augmentation surgery is the Bay Area goes far beyond providing basic information, which is generally easy to find online. The website can actually connect patients and surgeons to help them find the best fit for their case and needs.
This is not only a great opportunity for patients but also for Bay Area breast augmentation surgeons, who get to advertise their services to an online audience which might not have found them simply by word of mouth.
This is particularly important for little known practices and newer clinics, as a great number of people look for recommendations about Bay Area breast augmentation surgeons online, which means that being featured in a website such as BayAreaBreastAugmentation.org can easily help surgeons in San Francisco, San Jose or Sacramento make a name for themselves among the local community, and maybe even beyond that.
The way to success in any area of business is to connect with possible clients, and if those who are considering getting a breast augmentation are looking for information online, there is no better way for surgeons to do it than advertising their services in a website which provides information on breast augmentation specifically directed at the area they’re practicing in. That is the concept and aim of BayAreaBreastAugmentation.org as a website.continue...
There is no denying the fact that the specter of staff cuts and limited budgets looms large over many health centers. Many of them are found with no other option but to cut down on employee strength who are working on important projects.
It is now becoming quite common for many employees doing multi-tasking which in turn affects the overall reputation and goodwill of the health centers. There are many staff members who spend more time sorting out insurance claim of patients though their main job is to take care of the patients.
As a result, it is very important to find out ways and means by which health centers can generate more revenue and at the same time keep the quality of customers services unhampered.
One of the simplest ways to generate more revenue for such health centers is to ensure that the staff duties are allocated properly so that there is increased efficiency at all level. Duplication of work could be a big impediment to productivity and this should be avoided at all costs.
However, at the same time it is also extremely important that the employees are not overburdened with repetitive and unproductive tasks. The onus lies on the managers to find out ways and means by which the staff are made to do work that will directly and positively impact the revenues of the company rather than keeping them engaged in mundane tasks which could kill their time and also their zeal to perform better.
The medical billing process for health centers is something that occupies lot of time and effort. According to many studies, health center billing occupies almost 50% of the man hours and also contributes to a big size as far as salaries and other recurring expenses is concerned.
A better option would be to enter into some strategic partnership with a third party medical billing service provider and see that costs are reduced without efficiency of services being compromised in any manner. You can learn more from this trusted provider of health center billing services at www.MaximizedRevenue.com.
While readmissions cannot be completely ruled out, as far as medical centers that are run on grants and funding are concerned, it always makes better sense to restrict readmissions to the maximum extent possible. This would call for following the right post-care or post-treatment regimens where there regular contact with the patient and regular counseling that is given.
This certainly could go a long way in saving thousands of dollars. However, the health care center should know where to draw a line between real needs for readmissions or looking at other options. Learn more about readmissions and the Readmission Reduction Program at www.CMS.gov.
When health care centers are facing fund crisis, then the best way forward would be to look at ways and means by which revenue can be augmented. This could include adding new streams of services.
For example, even today many such centers do not have orthopedic services being offered to patients. This can be tried out because it is a very profitable line of service and there is a continuous demand for the same. There are a lot of funding opportunities worth exploring at bphc.hrsa.gov the official site of the Bureau of Primary Health Care of the Health Resources and Services Administration.continue...
With the abundance of options for chiropractic care, finding a good chiropractor is easy. However, finding a great chiropractor who can help alleviate pain for the long-term is not quite as easy.
When searching for the best chiropractor to meet your needs, it's important to not only look at each prospective chiropractor's experience and credentials, but also his or her ability to adapt and thrive in the modern world of spine health and chiropractic care.
In this article we feature three prominent chiropractors who have been pioneering the practice by delivering unique and innovative forms of chiropractic care and spinal treatment.
Dr. Timothy Bly graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in December of 1983. He started his chiropractic practice as an associate at Buescher Chiropractic in Peoria, Illinois after graduating. In 1985, he opened Bly-Hillman Chiropractic in Bloomington, Illinois. He moved to China to study acupuncture, earning his certification in where he earned his certification in acupuncture in 1989.
Dr. Bly has a history of using new and innovative treatments for his Bloomington chiropractic patients. In 2001, he used such technology as the Pulstar Technique, which makes use of a computer to analyze spinal problems scientifically and correct them. He has integrated such techniques as spinal decompression and cold laser, which is used to treat spinal disc herniation, successfully correcting the problem.
With over 40+ years of experience as a leading chiropractor in the Bay Area of California, Dr. Mik Hamilton of Hamilton Chiropractic located in Berkley, CA offers an incredible reputation for successful patient outcomes. Before Dr. Hamilton grew to become a top Berkeley chiropractor, he had traveled abroad extensively. He noticed that he started experiencing numbness in his hands and Mik visited a chiropractor to find lasting relief from the numbness. At that point he was inspired to become a chiropractor and began his education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
Dr. Hamilton began his practice in 1975, and he put to use everything he had learned in college and in his travels. So much so that he's deeply rooted to the advice he heard from a man in India during his travels. He told him that nothing could be accomplished by watching. He must be doing if he was to find happiness and bring happiness to others.
Dr. Hamilton uses advanced practices that many chiropractors do not use with their patients. One of these practices is the Class IV K-Laser, which uses high heat procedures to relieve pain and boosts tissue regeneration.
Spinal disc decompression is another of Dr. Hamilton’s procedures for giving his patients relief and healing. He uses the innovative Rehab Spinal System which is used to treat sciatica and several other back and neck problems. He makes use of Pettibon Rehabilitation products for spinal correction, such as the Wobbly Chair, and the rotating table, along with several other tools and exercises. With his comprehensive chiropractic spinal care, Dr. Hamilton can bring relief to many patients.
Dr. Smith graduated from Western States Chiropractic in Portland, Oregon, in 2006, earning her Doctorate in Chiropractic. She is more that your regular chiropractor, as she offers natural and holistic treatments to ease the pain her patients suffer with. In 2007, she worked as a chiropractor for the Spectrum Dance Theater. Her business, Flourish Chiropractic, is located at the Spectrum Dance Theater,
Dr. Smith offers her patients treatments, such as Hot Stone Therapeutic Heat Treatment, which improves the patient’s circulation and allows them to relax. If a patient suffers from mid – lower back pain and tight muscles in the back, this is the appropriate treatment for you.
The same holistic procedure is used for arm and upper back pain and muscle tightness. As the patient relaxes, Dr. Smith gently rubs coconut oil and smooth, small stones on the arms and shoulders. Those who suffer from wrist or elbow pain, muscle spasms and knots will find this treatment very beneficial. It is also a good treatment for those suffering from headaches.continue...
Like most healthcare specialists, there are defining factors common among highly-rated and professionally-recognized chiropractors.
Aside from simple characteristics that make a chiropractor desirable to the community (i.e. personalized attention, mindfulness, respect, etc.,) there are other more definitive qualities that reflect top chiropractors who are redefining (of have redefined) their practice.
One of the most common characteristics among top chiropractors are those who research and adopt the latest chiropractic technologies that suit their overall approach and patient needs.
Such technologies are not just chiropractic-related, or specific to spine health, but also universal systems that are applicable for many situations that benefit from precise diagnoses/prognoses and advanced pain relief.
A good example is the class IV K-Laser therapy that's being adopted by several top chiropractors. The K-Laser is harmless tool that promotes rapid cellular regeneration and tissue rebuilding.
Among them is Dr. Mik Hamilton, a pioneering chiropractor in Berkeley, CA with over 40 years of experience evolving the best practices in spine and postural correction.
Since acquiring the K-Laser, Dr. Hamilton has helped many of his current patients accelerate healing in problematic areas. Many new patients have come to his chiropractic office seeking this particular laser treatment, as it's becoming well-known for its healing effectiveness in countless ailments involving hard and soft tissues, fascia, and ligaments around joints.
While some chiropractors center their practice (and overall business model) on quick-fix adjustments and frequent patient visits (which are a reaction to pain and symptoms,) some of the most reputable chiropractors are recognized by their proactive chiropractic programs that produce sustainable changes. While these more formal programs alleviate pain just as much as the quick-fix, the emphasis is long-term and gradual progress that enables patients to realize lasting results from treatment.
A great example of this approach is Pettibon System®, which was developed over 30 years from Dr. Burl Pettibon. In essence, the Pettibon System is comprehensive rehabilitation program that focuses on the spine's hard and soft tissues to help patients achieve an ideal spine position.
This unique and highly-effective chiropractic system uses a wide spectrum of tools and modalities spanning from standard spinal manipulations to using body weights on patients to correct spinal displacement. To learn more, visit the official website of the Pettibon System.
These are just a couple aspects that truly define today's chiropractors who yield outstanding patient outcomes. Do you know a chiropractor who is redefining their practice by being a proponent of change in the healthcare community? Let us know is the comments section below.continue...
The period of time that comes after breast augmentation surgery is also known as the healing and recovery process and there are important things for women to know about this process.
The healing will be supported by gauge dressings, with a support bra or an elastic bandage, as this will be helpful to avoid swelling. Depending on the area where the breast implants are applied (over the muscle, or under the muscle), the time necessary for recovery can vary.
In just a few hours after surgery, the patient will have to be transported home. Women must know about certain things before they get home, as there are important tips to follow in the post-breast augmentation surgery period. The person who carries the woman home should stay with her for at least 24 to 48 hours.
Each woman is different, so experiencing pain after surgery will be different for each of them. Often times, you will be advised by your breast augmentation surgeon regarding the best course of action to take during your recover.
If the implant is under the muscle, the pain is usually worse. The anesthesia from the operation could cause nausea after, but this can be prevented by drinking a few glasses of water before the procedure.
In the first days of recovery, the patient will have a feeling of fatigue and it is normal to feel this way. The breasts size has been changed and the skin must adapt to the new size. Rest is necessary during this time. The breasts and the nipples may not be felt completely.
Physicians usually recommend massage and other methods of eliminating discomfort and helping the recovery process. They may recommend women to wear compression bandage or a special bra for supporting the body position while the breasts are healed. This may only be required in some cases.
The pain of the first days can be eased with medication, but the patient has to eat well every time the pills are taken. If the patient is taking any other type of medication, the doctor should be notified. It is forbidden to consume any type of alcoholic drink in the first 24 hours after the surgery. Smoking is not allowed either.
The majority of women who go through a breast augmentation procedure are able to work after a few days have passed since the operation. But, this doesn't mean that they can do whatever they want. Stressful activities for the body should be avoided. The blood pressure must be maintained within normal limits.
For a period of up to a month, the breasts can be highly sensitive to any type of touch. Any physical contact should be avoided.
Before a breast augmentation procedure, the doctor will inform the patient about all the details involved in the recovery process. The surgeon can be contacted after the surgery as well, for finding any further details specific to the case.
If the patient experiences anything unusual, such as fever, redness on the breasts, or breast swelling, the surgeon should be called immediately. Once a woman has been through this process, she will be able to teach other women and help them to get the best outcome from their recovery.continue...
Health centers are a general category of health care facilities that deal with a wide spectrum of patients. For this reason, health center billing efforts are often plagued by drastically delayed payments, making it difficult for health centers to survive financially.
In this unique post, we offer 5 tips to streamline the health center billing process. Let's jump right in.
The first thing a medical billing and coding specialist needs to do in the office is to check transcriptions. When nurses, doctors or other healthcare professionals meet with patients, they should take notes by portable electronic devices.
These notes become a very important part of patient care. However, they're not always streamlined. Some medical professionals can even write them in shorthand. Billing and coding specialists need to organize these notes into a single file, which can be easily cross referenced later.
The next step is to use transcriptions to build patient files. A medical billing and coding specialist needs to assign every treatment decision a particular code. Most of the time, this code is a number or letter-based sequence.
It signifies what the patient's treatment was for and how it's going to be billed. Usually, a doctor's time is billed hourly, which gets one code. Blood screens, urine processing and injections also need to be coded.
Regarding health center billing, health and medical center billing specialists also have to synthesize lab results and notes into comprehensive diagnostic information. This requires a medical biller to analyze everything he has done throughout the day, including transcriptions, codes and more. In order to synthesize information, a specialist needs to know how the system works. Medical billers should get trained on the job.
Most of the time, a major part of the medical biller's day is behind the scenes. Files keep coming in from insurance companies and medical offices without a lot of personal interaction. However, there are still many situations in which medical billing and coding specialists should be called to deal with patients to understand the situation.
There are chances that some patients may be confused about the information provided by the medical biller or raise a dispute. An insurance company may also deny coverage for something wrongly coded as a routine procedure. In such cases, a medical billing and coding specialist should interact directly with patients. Specialists should also reach out to medical professionals to get some sort of clarity on the situation.
Last but not the least, a health center should invest in an advanced billing software program. The software should be automated, and provide billers with every piece of information regarding health center billing.
It should be easy to use the program on a portable device, and billers should be able to enter information quickly. These days, many software programs are available in the market. You can choose from a wide range of options, and make sure your work becomes more convenient and easier.
A medical billing and coding specialist records and even processes health records in a hospital, insurance company or private medical practice. A medical biller is responsible for organizing different patient files.
This health center billing specialist makes sure that notes about various treatment regimens and exams are accessible and accurate. A medical biller may also process payments, including insurance claims and sending out bills. However, this may be a difficult job. Late payments and lots of file work can cause problems.continue...
Whether suffering from chronic pain, contending with ongoing health issues or simply looking for a way to achieve whole health, chiropractic care remains one of the most effective ways to naturally obtain remarkable and long-lasting results. When compared to conventional treatments, the use of new technologies such as laser therapy and the Pulstar Pro-Adjuster in conjunction with chiropractic manipulative therapy (CMT) is most likely to target problems directly at their source.
Vertebral subluxations are areas of the spine that have been forced out of alignment. These injuries occur as the result of slip and fall accidents, car accidents or ongoing, unhealthy life habits. Poor posture, poor bending and lifting strategies, insufficient core muscle strength for supporting the spine, prolonged periods of sitting and repetitive motion injuries are among some of the many factors that can impact spinal alignment.
Once the vertebrae are no longer aligned, issues such as pinched or compressed nerves, chronic muscle tension and pain, muscle spasms and headaches are likely to rear their heads. There are also a number of physiological issues that can develop that people are less likely to attribute to their spinal health. Among these are low energy, mood swings and a higher likelihood of illness and infection. This is because the nerves and brain communicate with one another across the spine and when subluxations develop, they regularly impede this important communication, thereby leading to lowered immune functioning and chemical imbalances as well as other problems.
CMT is performed to gradually reposition any vertebrae that have been displaced by impact events. These services are provided over the course of several chiropractic visits and are often part of integrated therapy plans. Patients might additionally receive massage or inversion therapies along with suggestions for building the abdominal or core muscles up for increased spinal support.
The Pulstar Pro-Adjuster is one of the most innovative tools in modern chiropractic care. This is highly specialized equipment that checks for joint fluidity and mobility and then makes corrections to spinal motion abnormalities based upon system findings. Much like CMT, this is designed to improve the overall alignment and functionality of the spine and to promote whole-body health. The Pro-Adjuster is both highly accurate and extremely gentle, making it a valuable addition to the integrated therapy plan. While manual adjustments target individual subluxations, the Pulstar works on balancing rigidity and fluidity throughout the spine for vastly improved spinal mobility.
Chiropractic laser therapy is also becoming increasingly common in the chiropractic environment. These services are commonly employed to resolve or ameliorate signs of edema and to alleviate muscle pain. The rapid relief that this equipment supplies can make manual adjustments and other forms of care easier and more comfortable for patients. Laser therapy is also a highly effective, standalone form of pain management given its ability to reduce inflammatory cytokines.
While chiropractic equipment has seen considerable improvements over the past several years, however, many of the latest, available tools are best employed as part of a balanced and integrated plan that has been devised to meet individual needs. CMT is still crucial in many instances for achieving optimal spinal alignment and improved nerve to brain communication. In most cases, the latest tools simply make manual adjustments easier and much more effective.
You can find these chiropractic therapies at Bly-Hillman Chiropractic in Bloomington, Illinois. Follow the Bloomington chiropractor's address and contact information below to learn more.
2501 E College Ave. Ste. C
Bloomington, IL 61704
Phone: (309) 661-1155
Bly-Hillman Chiropractic delivers state-of-the-art chiropractic care in many different forms. The team of chiropractors is highly advanced and leverages both new technologies and traditional care programs.
It was not until the 1800s that people truly began living in color. This does not relate to color TVs, but rather, dyed clothes.
People realized they were cheap to produce, bright, easily applied to clothing fabric and could absorb the color quickly. The color craze persisted and before we knew it, natural dye died and everyone embraced the artificial.
This new exciting world of synthetically-colored clothing that thrives today in 2015 has its fair share of disadvantages. The harmful effects of synthetic dyes offer a fair share of concerns for health, as well as the environment.
The most common chemicals used in synthetic clothing dyes include aniline, formaldehyde, dioxin, etc. These chemicals are toxic, explosive and carcinogenic. Those who think they are safe just because they wear synthetic clothes every now and then are wrong. What one does not know is that their skin absorbs all the chemicals that end up accelerating health problems.
When these toxins are absorbed from clothing, they are taken into the lymphatic system, the bloodstream and lastly, the central organ responsible for detoxification, the liver. Over time, they end up suffocating an individual's skin and end up shutting down the toxin release process entirely. Picture your body becoming unable to get rid of all the harmful toxins inside it.
These chemicals also have their effect on the environment. Some companies fail to dispose of their waste properly and neglect proper recycling practices. They end up dumping it into rivers or, if they do recycle, manage to separate the water and toxic waste without knowing what to do with all the sledge. In the past, some companies have confessed to dumping almost 20,000 tons of sledge in rivers.
When these chemicals are dumped into the ground, they end up impacting groundwater and the soil. This is the same soil that is meant to grow the vegetables that you consume every now and then. The air and wildlife are also affected by the synthetic dyes in our clothes.
The adverse symptoms of synthetically colored clothing usually start in a very subtle way. You get a rash on the skin under a colored area of your garment that was probably too tight or hung a bit too close. This rash irritates you for a day or two before you decide to apply some 'miracle' moisturizer. After that doesn't work, a visit to the dermatologist is probably your last hope. It is at the doctor's office that you will learn your rash is highly cancerous. Other symptoms include:
For example, asbestos is not chemically harmful, but is dangerous in mineral configuration. Responsible dye producers have found safe practices that protect individuals as well as the environment. One such practice is the treatment of waste with organic materials before disposing it.
Make the decision to prevent any potential health problems from affecting you today. Say goodbye to artificial colored clothes and embrace a new synthetic-free lifestyle. You just might end up saving your most precious asset: your life.continue...
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