Category: Athletes

Chronic Joint and Muscle Discomfort in the Athlete

For the competitive athlete there are often significant daily challenges that must be faced in both training and competition. Some of those are obvious, like sustaining motivation to train and practice their sports. Others are less so, like determining the right diet to follow to meet every nutritional need for sustaining energy and repairing their bodies’ tissues.

One major roadblock that is all to familiar to the elite athlete and weekend warrior alike is muscle and joint discomfort. Whether it is an acute pain or just chronic discomfort, these problems can become a meaningful distraction, or a reason to shut down your athletic activity altogether. The nature of the problem can make even the most determined athlete become frustrated or even despondent because of their limitations.

The medical technology  that we utilize has proven time and time again that its patented signal has the capability of activating our bodies’ own powers of self-healing. Athletes and training staffs around the world know and appreciate the power of our equipment to optimize blood flow throughout the body and being instrumental in helping a large number of participants. As a result, the influence of the technology sped recovery by their bodies during and after training and competitions. A great example of this reality is reiterated by local Olympian Kelsie Ahbe. See our post about her experiences along with our other blog posts here.

Where effected muscles and joints receive optimal blood profusion due to their exposure to this device’s patented signal, workouts can become more intense, and athletes can return to their playing fields sooner. If thousands of athletes attest to these facts about the power of our physical vascular therapy , why don’t you put our claims to the test by scheduling an appointment at Circulation Station. Click here to schedule your complementary sessions today or call 865 995-6229.

Athletes and Vascular Therapy: Kelsie Ahbe

Welcome to the first in a series of posts highlighting local athletes that compete at the highest level of competition and use the BEMER as part of their training.

Olympic pole vaulter Kelsie Ahbe has made Knoxville her home since 2014 when she moved here to train with 2004 Olympic champion Tim Mack. She is a graduate of Indiana University where she was a two time All-American and runner-up at the 2014 NCAA Championship.  She competed in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and is a Nike sponsored athlete.

Since integrating physical vascular therapy at Circulation Station into her training strategy Kelsie has had more energy, greater mental clarity and less complaints from nagging injuries of the past.

“I use the technology as a recovery tool in my training as an Olympic & Professional Pole Vaulter. I have found that using the system consistently keeps nagging injuries in check so that I can train at a high level day in and day out. I have also found that taking regular sessions at Circulation Station supports my overall energy levels. There is only so much energy I have in a day and often I am completely spent after my training sessions; however, this unique therapy has helped me stay energized and mentally focused, even on hard training days. I love that the therapy only takes a matter of minutes. It is something that will remain as part of my recovery and performance strategy as I work towards the 2020 Olympics.”

-Kelsie Ahbe, 2016 Olympian and Nike Sponsored Athleted

We are proud to be supporting Kelsie on her path to the 2020 Olympic Games! If you want to experience the BEMER like Kelsie just click the following link and book your appointment now! Book Now!