Athletes & Sport               

People who trains four to seven days a week, such as long distance runners, cyclists, triathletes, rowers, golfers, soccer players, gym enthusiasts are prone to overuse injuries because of training errors, poor progression in training intensity, poor recovery management, abnormal biomechanics and poor fitness exercise choice.

   Performing arts            

Dancers, musical performers & instrumentalists

  White-collar workers     

Neck and shoulder pain, headaches, low back pain, elbow & wrist pain often caused by prolonged bad posture and repetitive small movements.

  Unresolved past trauma  

Injuries that were not fully rehabilitated often lead to altered biomechanics (non-optimal movement pattern & adaptive behaviours). Overtime the abnormal stress distribution occurs to other part of the body become excessive and causing Overuse injuries can be a result of many factors, overloading of the area of the body with non-optimal posture, and non-optimal movement patterns.

Overuse Injurie

Chris Fit

Overuse Injuries in white-collar workers

January 14, 2017

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Jasmine Aziz

Overuse injuries in sports and athletes

January 14, 2017

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Iron Mike

Overuse injuries in performance art.

January 14, 2017

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