Deep vein thrombosis is a condition in which a blood clot, thrombus, forms in one or more of the deep veins in your body, usually in your legs. It can occur after casting or other immobilization, after surgery, or in a hypercoaguable state. As blood pools in the large veins, the cells clot together and form a mass called a thrombus. While in a vein, itís called a thrombosis.
Now chances of you, the person who is reading this blog,
First off let me say that if you are experiencing wrist problems or worsening symptoms, you really should go see an orthopedic doctor. If left untreated it can cause nerve and muscle damage.
This blog is mainly going to deal with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
There are a few ways to prevent RSI-type injuries, likes carpal tunnel syndrome for instance. However, I want to be clear that there are some instances where you can have wrist problems/numbness in your hands and it not
Now that I have your attention, hey, my name is Sean 'vGEroSennin' Gough and I'm a Certified Athletic Trainer. Now your first question may be, "Okay, I saw the video, and that's great you work with athletes and stuff, but why would a professional gaming team need an athletic trainer?" Well Bob that's a horrible question never ask it again. Kidding.
Let me paint you a scenario. You're a large team that has good talent,
Hey, compLexity Academy's vGEroSennin here. I'm a Certified Athletic Trainer. Note that this blog will be focused mainly on gamers and not those who may game but also play sports, but you may benefit from this as well, so read on.
First, always keep this principle in mind: SAID = specific adaptations to imposed demands. Basically, if you want to get better at bicep curls, your best bet is to do bicep curls. If you want to get better at pitching, you should pitch.
I'd like to talk about a few different things in this blog. Hopefully this won't be too muddled but I'd figure I'd share some things, which will be: how to determine who is the better player in a 1v1, how to pick a lineup for traditional CW (minus the 2v2) and for an all-kill format, and how to not get too excited in a game.
First off, in a game like Starcraft, you have to believe you're the better player than your opponent. You need that mental edge. I've talked about in past blogs,