275 Madison E 40th St.

Contact: 212-986-3888

275 Madison E 40th St.

Contact: 212-986-3888

Constant Injuries

Your active lifestyle may be causing you to push yourself too far on occasion. Pain does not always bring about progress when you are working out. Nor is there progress when you injure yourself performing simple household chores. Spine and Sport Medicine’s multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals want to help you with injury control.

Constant Injuries

Unrecognized harmful pain during any type of physical assertion can:

  • Be the primary cause of an injury
  • Complicate and prolong an existing injury
  • Lead to future a future injury

If you continue to injure yourself while you are working out or being physical in any activity, you are not able to differentiate between good pains and bad pains .

  • Hurt from the body’s adaptation to Acceptable Exertion = a good pain
  • Hurt from the body’s rejection to Over Exertion = a bad pain

Dr. Brian Kessler – medical director of Spine and Sports Medicine – has sound advice on how you can know the difference between good and bad pains in the future.

A Good Pain

A good pain is one signaling the body’s adaptation to a tolerable level of physical exertion. Good pains are known as the comeback aches – those aches that are predictable when you’re trying to get back into your normal routine after taking time off.

Another good pain is one signaling you are pushing your body to a new level of performance. You are taking it up a notch, but not showing off beyond your ability.

A Bad Pain

A bad pain is one you’ve never felt before when exerting physical energy. It could be a muscular failure or an unusual experience of localized pain – before, during, or after a physical activity.

Red flags that you are continuing to injure yourself.

  • Sudden pains
  • Sharp pains
  • Stabbing pains
  • Traumatic pains

Preeminent Injury Diagnosis Provider

At Spine and Sports Medicine, the patient comes first. The patient is the best source of arriving at a diagnosis of his/her recurrent injuries. An accurate diagnosis of recurrent injuries, comes through an understanding of the patient’s lifestyle, activities, and symptoms.

The doctors at Spine and Sports Medicine have helped 1000s of patients reduce their likelihood of recurrent injuries. Discover how an individualized lifestyle plan can help you to avoid recurrent injuries at Spine and Sports Medicine. Pain management through all-encompassing treatment services are available to you within one location.

Schedule your appointment with one of our physicians by clicking below or calling 212.986.3888

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