Hi-level sport – overexertion, fatigue, microtrauma

Editor: | 14. January 2019

Characteristics of the Hi-level sport - overexertion, fatigue, microtrauma program: The injury rate in sports is an issue in both professional and recreational sport. This is a condition where the actual shape and conditioning of the body does not match the required performance and the tissue fails. An injury occurs when the suffered damage is large, while minor local overuse or overexertion results in microtrauma. Minor external trauma causes a mild local reaction. Permanent overuse causes microtrauma to the tissue due to repeated major stress without adequate recovery.

As a result of overuse, the affected tissues (muscles, ligaments, bones) can suffer from microtrauma, dystrophic changes with a marked blood supply disorder and oedema, which exacerbates the condition by further reducing blood flow to the affected area and leads to the progression of dystrophic changes, including tears, haematoma residues, aseptic necrosis and degenerative changes in the connective tissue. Signs of damage includes pain, swelling and impaired function in the affected area. Serious symptoms may occur later, such as deformities of joints, tendon rupture, and others.

The general principles that can help reduce the risk of microtrauma require thorough treatment and follow-up care of all injuries, including minimising microtrauma, and incorporation of the regeneration process into both sporting practice and performance during competitions (Kučera).

Using magnetic therapy in overexertion, fatigue, microtrauma

In overexertion, fatigue and microtrauma, Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy is an optimal rehabilitation method that leads to immediate vasodilation, which increases oxygen and nutrient supply to the treated muscles. In overexertion, fatigue and microtrauma, Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy accelerates the removal of acid metabolites, reduces pain, has an anti-swelling effect, relaxes spasms and contractions, accelerates treatment and complete healing of injuries and microtrauma, and prevents further damage. Today, magnetic therapy is commonly used by most sports clubs and individual athletes. One of the most important advantages is the possibility of recovery and using magnetic therapy for overexertion, fatigue and microtrauma at home.

Patient experience

We use the Biomag device for sports injuries - swelling of the ankles, knees. Very effective in constipation. Biomag accelerated healing during burns, cysts, sinusitis. I also appreciate its storage and practicality.

Šárka Černá, Stojice

I bought the Biomag device more than 13 years ago, because of the faster muscle relaxation after sports activity, as well as a faster way of regeneration after locomotive injuries. In the case of injuries, I have reduced the convalescence due to the device.

Jan Šrotíř, Vyškov

I would recommend Biomag to all athletes. Combined with other rehabilitation aids pulse magnetic fields can be used effectively for both prevention and sports-related difficulties treatment.

Ludmila Formanová, Čáslav

Application of magnetic therapy in overexertion, fatigue, microtrauma

In overexertion, fatigue and microtrauma, treatment is applied to the given area via a flat applicator or a solenoid using stimulation frequencies from 50-81 Hz to support regeneration, and can be combined with a fluid intake programme, including magnetised water.

You can treat these problems as well

  • Psoriasis
  • Muscle fatigue
  • Osteoarthritis and arthritis
  • Arthritis of the joints
  • Parkinson’s disease (Parkinson)
  • Pseudo-arthrosis (non-union) – healing support

Magnetic therapy and overexertion, fatigue, microtrauma – queries

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