How does muscle strain affect your daily life?
Without adequate treatment, you may endure recurring injuries or muscular pain and weakening during daily activities. It is frequently more painful during physical activity and athletic activities.
What Is muscle rehab, and therapy?
Muscle rehabilitation is when treatment is performed to a specific area that has been harmed, depending on how little or severe the problem is, and therapy is the art and science of restoring a tight, unhealthy muscle to a relaxed and healthy state.
What are the common causes of muscle sprain?
Overworking your body can cause a lot of injuries. There is a problem with your muscle when you overstretch or tear it. This is known as a muscle strain or pulled muscle. This can be minor, like soreness after a hard workout, or it can be so bad that it needs surgery to fix it.
When someone has a muscle strain, they often feel a popping or snapping sound. As the muscles are stretched, they break. This can be a very painful thing to go through. Strains are most common in:
- lower back
- hamstring muscle, which is located in the back of the thigh
When do you need rehabilitation and therapy for your muscle sprain?
- After a week, the pain does not subside.
- The wounded area is completely numb.
- Blood is oozing from your injury.
- You are unable to walk.
- Your arms and legs are immobile.
What are the benefits of muscle rehabilitation and therapy?
- reduces pain and inflammation
- reduces the possibility of further injury
- assists you in regaining full use of your body
- allows your body to rest and heal properly
Without proper treatment, you may suffer from recurring injuries, as well as pain and weakness in the muscle during normal use. It is especially painful during physical activity and exercise.
To repair a torn muscle, as opposed to a strained one, surgery is required. Surgery is usually reserved as a last resort for muscle injuries.
Our physician will select the specific treatment for a sprain or strain based on the following:
- Your age, general health, and medical history all play a role.
- The severity of the damage
- Your ability to tolerate certain drugs, surgeries, or therapies.
- Expectations about the injury’s course
- Your assessment or preference
Contact us immediately to learn about the steps you can take to avoid muscle strains if you suffer from them on a regular basis. If you have a muscle tear that necessitates surgery, you may require medicine or physical therapy following the procedure. Our physician will provide customized post-operative recommendations based on the kind and severity of your injury.