Exercises are generally used in water with support and without support (even adjusting the depth to accommodate the percentage of body weight with which you work, in pools of adjustable water depth), exercises like the stairmaster stairs and work on Nordic Track. At this stage we begin to work specifically the muscles needed for our particular sport injury. In this section, we look at the overall strength recovery and correct any potential imbalances that could even aggravate the initial injury, maintaining or improving overall aerobic endurance. Should be paid attention to deficits in strength and flexibility of the kinetic chains used in the particular sport and to evaluate the possibility of anatomical defects that affect the incidence of overloading certain anatomical areas: hindfoot valgus or bucks … PHASE III In the final phase, we will progressively resume sport specific activity.
At first, only work alternate days and must have identified errors in the previous training that caused the injury, not to fall on them (including the frequency of training, specific charge, surface …) in this field have appeared recently number of developments worth pointing out: three studies have compared the speed of recovery in patients undergoing a regime "conventional" versus an "accelerated" using a pneumatic splint (splitting the pressure and stress for her and not only for the tibia) for athletes with stress factors of 1 / 3 middle and distal tibia. It seeks to maintain the general level of doing, career and water cycling. The time elapsed since the start of treatment until he could begin light physical activity was much lower in the group treated with the splint in spite of being supported on the floor: 7 days versus 21 days in the control group.