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Stop Hamstring Strains/Quadriceps Strains Before They Stop You

Posted on September 02, 2017 by Body Helix

As fitness enthusiasts can attest, injuries can be frustrating and painful. Learning to prevent and manage injuries is important for the serious, as well as the casual, athlete. [...]

Injury Management, Thigh


Posted on September 02, 2017 by Body Helix



Orthopedic Surgeon Talks Thigh Injuries and Compression for Tennis Players

Posted on July 20, 2017 by Body Helix


Injury Management, Knee, Wrist, Thigh, Ankle/Foot

Major Differences Between Strains and Sprains

Posted on May 11, 2016 by Thomas Parker, MD

Most anyone with an active lifestyle has likely suffered from a hamstring strain, calf strain, ankle sprain or some other type of strain and/or sprain injury at some point. It's important to understand your particular type of injury and its healing process so that ultimately, you can learn how best to support and accelerate the healing process. In this article, we will draw a distinction between strains and sprains, providing you with a better understanding of the medical terminology and the range of injuries that might occur. [...]

Tennis, Thigh

Body Helix for Tennis Players

Posted on March 02, 2016 by Thomas Parker, MD

You know the drill, though, even if you are injured - you push on and you keep playing. You play through your elbow or knee pain to finish your match and make it to the next round. You likely follow the traditional RICE method (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) that has been recommended by physicians for years for injury management. Sure, you might take a few days off to rest when your hamstring is acting up again, but you’re constantly thinking in the back of your mind – when can I get back out on that court? Remember the “Compression” part of the RICE method mentioned above? There is truth in that component of treating injuries and Body Helix products might just be the answer you are looking for to get you back on the court stronger and sooner than ever before. [...]

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