It is important to train sensory input after an injury or surgery

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Sensory before Motor!

One of the most neglected and generally unknown concepts is that having a good sensory system is integral for health and performance.

If you've ever had a surgery or reoccurring injury it is likely that you have some level of sensory deficit.

Simply put, you can't feel things as well in that area.

Your brain is highly dependent on its ability to "feel."

When your sensory maps are blurry, your performance will suffer and your risk of injury is higher.

Check out this video compilation to see how impactful certain types of stimulus are for instantly improving this athletes balance post ACL reconstruction.

If you've had a surgery and didn't do any sensory rehab, the job is incomplete.

At TMP, we assess this kind of thing extensively.

There is so much more to training and rehab than just doing exercise!

 

About the Author:

Taylor Kruse, recently featured in Men's Health, is dedicated to empowering you with the truth and tools for improved health and performance.

His inspiration stems from more than 10 years of education and coaching through systems like Zhealth Performance, The Burdenko Method, and various movement practices.

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GETTING STARTED WITH BRAIN-BASED TRAINING:

Practice FIVE Neuro-Performance Drills

Learn why respiration, vision, vestibular, and complex movement integrations are essential tools for every coach!