A lot talk here about #worktheplan. Let’s discuss said plan. Swollen and six months out #postsurgery is not an uncommon site in the clinic. Where many protocols cut the athlete loose after three months, it’s crucial to have a plan in place for this eventuality. And for the athlete to know that swelling is going to happen as the vascular networks get rebuilt and tissue responses to loading become normalized. So, load you must, but that #yugo leg is going to swell. To manage this, the post-surgery athlete really should have a NMES device (H-Wave or other) to be worn for long periods of time. 20-30 min is great, but something you can have on for multiple hours helps the athlete get ahead, stay ahead, and avoid being limited by effusion in the affected area. Share with a post-surgery friend and get them on the right path. Be sure to subscribe and turn on notifications to stay current on mobility, performance, and recovery conversations. About The Ready State: The Ready State is the new home of MobilityWOD. The Ready State provides athletes, coaches, and humans of all walks of life the tools to Relieve pain, prevent injury, and improve physical performance. Subscribe to the Virtual Mobility Coach for customized mobility coaching, tailored to your body and lifestyle. Start a 14-day FREE TRIAL today at https://bit.ly/TRSFree_Trial. Connect with The Ready State: Visit the The Ready State WEBSITE: http://thereadystate.com Follow The Ready State on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thereadystate/ Like The Ready State on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thereadystate/ Follow The Ready State on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thereadystate
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