Former Unified Welterweight World Champion, Keith Thurman. Eric Wilson second from the right.
Competitive Sports Athletes
Sports medical massage has a range of benefits. It’s a type of therapeutic massage technique that treats soft tissue aches, improves flexibility, increases range of motion in the joints, decreases muscle stiffness, and reduces heart rate, blood pressure, and cortisol levels.
Whether you’re a competitive sports athlete or a recreational weekend warrior, you’ll receive tremendous benefits from medical massage. Many competitive athletes consider sports massage to be an essential component in their training and recovery routine.
Athletes find that medical massage helps them to train more effectively, improve their peak performance, aids in injury prevention, and promotes quick recovery when an injury occurs.
Working together with your doctor and healthcare professional, we determine the best treatment plan to promote your recovery.
At the end of every prescriptive, tailored session, we re-evaluate you and send a progress report to your doctor. This way, everyone is up to date on your progress. Often, patients will be assigned to one therapist so that we can better track their progress and support their optimal care.
We coordinate periodic peer conferences to discuss your patient case with medical therapists, physical therapists, and doctors – all while strictly adhering to HIPAA guidelines. This is a great way to brainstorm the best course of treatment for you if your recovery journey not progressing as rapidly as we would like.
The goal at A&E Medical Massage is to achieve as much range as possible for you, decrease your pain, and resolve your condition. We’re here to get you a pain-free, quality of life. Working together with other healthcare professionals, we’re going to accomplish this for you.
When someone gets injured at work, it affects both the employee and the employer. The injury leads to distress, lost wages, decreased productivity, and low morale. This then has a knock-on effect for customers and the families of the workforce.
For employers, direct costs caused by workplace injuries include worker’s compensation, medical expenses, civil liability damages, and litigation expenses. Then there are the indirect costs, which can be much higher. These costs include training a replacement worker, investigating the accident, implementing corrective measures, lost productivity, repairs to damaged equipment and property, and costs associated with employee morale and absenteeism.
A&E Medical Massage can help. Our success is based on the fact that medical massage is clinically proven to shorten the recovery time and lessen the chance of a relapse or decrease in performance. With our Workforce Recovery Program, we shorten the recovery time for employees. This enables the employee to return to the workplace, stronger and more productive than before. That’s a win-win situation for both the workers and the employer.
When you’ve suffered an injury, your whole life is put on hold. Work and daily responsibilities often have to be shelved while you focus on your recovery. Let’s fast-track this.
Working alongside your doctor, the specialized injury recovery program gets your recovery back on track so that you can start living again.
We offer the very best care for patients both before and after surgery. In fact, we find that often issues resulting from injury can be resolved through our programs, deeming surgery unnecessary.