Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Tennis elbow dampening your Wimbledon spirits?

The prestigious Wimbledon opened its gates yesterday.

The first day already brought shocking results as Venus Williams lost in the opening round, for the first time since her debut in 1997.

There are promising predictions for Britain, as Heather Watson won straight sets andMurray madness taking over.

With more heated matches to come, this year Wimbledon is going to be a nail biter.

If it’s inspired you to pick up a racket, then tennis is a great way to exercise, using shoulder, arms and legs muscles with the need for tactical thinking. It’s a great body and mind work out.

However, care must be taken when playing tennis - common problems can be aches and pains through your shoulders and calves along with the famous tennis elbow.

Don’t let these pains stop your chances of becoming a tennis pro. The Bowen Technique can ease muscle pain and aches. It’s drug-free, non-invasive, hands-on remedial therapy.

The Bowen Practitioner makes small, rolling movements over muscles, tendons and ligaments at precise points on the body.

Bowen asks the body to recognise the change, rather than to demand the body to change. Treatment takes about half an hour to an hour, dependant on condition and severity.

Between each series of moves, the body rests for a few minutes to absorb the information and begins the healing process.

To read testimonials from people who have used Bowen to help their elbow problems, click here.

For more about The Bowen Treatments and clinics in your area visit the Bowen website.

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