Why might you feel pain long after an injury has healed? & why might this pain come and go?
Lorimer Mosley, an Australian clinical neuroscientist, explains this in the most entertaining way possible.
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Pain is normal and necessary. But its definitely not something that you have to live with every day.
When you damage tissues & bones, pain is your bodies way of cleverly communicating with you that something needs immediate attention. In response you'll usually stop what you're doing, you'll rest the area thus allowing healing to begin.
Most tissue damage heals by about 6 weeks (think a strain/tear whilst training or on the field), with more severe injuries (e.g. broken bone) taking 3 to 6 months.
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