The 2016 NFL draft in early May reminds us of the importance of sports injury prevention in Bellevue for good muscle and joint integrity, resistance, range of motion, and mobility. Those factors are what makes an athlete great, as is evident in some (not all) of the NFL picks this season.
All Seahawks fans were glued to their TV during the 2016 NFL draft, watching carefully as Pete Carroll and John Schneider shaped the future of America’s finest team. Some picks may have been what you anticipated; some might have had you scratching your head and spitting out your beer wondering “WHY?!” Sadly, only Pete and John can answer that question. Privilege aside, the best picks this season – and of any season for that matter – are based on the athletes’ ability to perform on the field and make their teams, fans, and families proud.
If you are an athlete, you know how heavy that responsibility feels on your shoulders.
Train Smarter, Not Harder
One thing is for sure, hammering your body to get faster, stronger, bigger, will eventually lead to injury. All great athletes spend considerable amounts of time in injury prevention methods. Your Bellevue Orthopedics here at Bellevue Bone and Joint Orthopedics know can treat and prevent all sports-related injuries.
Several of our doctors are trained in sports medicine to treat sports-related injuries surgically or clinically with manual therapies and exercises.
It’s better to be safe than sorry – Every Wise Person Ever
Sports injuries can already be there in your hands, joints, upper or lower extremity without you knowing. Simple exercises and fluid release therapies that take only a few minutes will go a long way in your career.
Act now, perform beyond retirement
Whether you need surgery or physical therapy, our full-body approach will make sure you are at the top of your game even during the off-season. Our excellent, anatomy-gurus will keep your sports career pain-free, restriction-free, and tear-free as much as possible.
One word of advice: since injuries can happen at any blow or fumble, you need to focus on preparing to heal quickly. Prevention is less expensive than god forbid, a total knee, shoulder, or hip surgery in the long run .
2 types of sports-medicine
Orthopedic surgery with a focus on re-enabling:
- all other joints, bones, and ligaments.
Physical therapy with a focus on conditioning with:
- tailored programs
We will work around your difficulties to make sure your experience with us is as comfortable as possible.
We have MRIs, X-rays, casting and splinting, and our specialties in joint replacements, Arthroscopy, and spine surgery has given us countless years of experience to determine what the best treatment is for you.
Call us today to schedule a full checkup on your athletic abilities. We’ll help you unlock your hidden NFL potential beyond what Pete Carroll and John Schneider may say.
Do you have any pain or mobility restrictions during your sport? Tell us about it in the comments; we’ll give practical advice to fix that for you.