06/12/2012 1:10 AM
In a war there are soldiers and in the midst of the soldiers there are medics who help patch up the soldiers if they experience any condition that prevents them from doing their jobs.
Well exactly in that form Lidoda Duvha have physiotherapists who represent the medic in the field of play. Therapists are the people who are always close to the players as they do their job in the field. When the referee blows the whistle for an injured player, you will see them spring into action.
Therapists help athletes overcome their injuries and return to their previous levels of activity by offering rehabilitation services and advice on preventing future issues.
When an athlete is injured, he meets with a physiotherapist to discuss the problem and determine the best rehabilitation plan. Statistics have it that every year about 1.5% of active athletes from all sports suffers injuries on different levels. Usually 75% of them are light, 20% are medium and 5% are heavy injuries.
In all of this therapists do a whole lot of research in their field so they can have the ever improving knowledge of injuries in football. Not only do they treat injuries but also provide education and resources to prevent problems.
So whenever you see a player retuning from injury and playing at his best you should remind yourself of the men behind the player’s recovery. They are not very popular but physiotherapists are the back bone of all the players in the team, without them it would be difficult for players to do their job.