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OC Surgeon Massage: Career Longevity for Surgeons 9 Most Injured Muscles for Surgeons

Updated: May 14

OC Surgeon Massage for Neck , Shoulder , Back , Hand Pain

OC Elite Recovery located in San Clemente, CA helps prolong surgeons careers pain free. As surgeons your physically demanding career requires you to stand for long periods of time & perform intricate repetitive motions & sustained postures can lead to muscle fatigue, tension, and pain, which can impact their performance and overall wellbeing.  Surgeons often work in high-pressure environments where they must make split-second decisions and maintain a high level of concentration. Regular massages can help them stay calm and centered, reducing the risk of burnout or errors due to fatigue or distraction. So if you're a surgeon looking to take care of your body and ensure a long, healthy career, consider adding neuromuscular massage to your self-care routine. Your muscles, and your mind, will thank you for it.

Most Common Trigger Points for Surgeons Are: OC Surgeon Massage

9 Commonly Injured Muscles for Surgeons :

  1. Biceps Muscle: The biceps are used to flex the elbow and help stabilize the shoulder during surgery

  2. Pectoral muscle: The pectoral muscles are used to move the arm across the body, and to stabilize the shoulder joint.

  3. Deltoids muscle: The deltoids are used to raise and lower the arm, and to rotate the shoulder joint.

  4. Gluteal muscles: The gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, gluteus maximus and tensor fasciae latae muscles are used to support the pelvis and stabilize the lower back during surgery.

  5. Ab muscles:The abdominal muscles are often used by surgeons during abdominal surgeries to help stabilize the torso and maintain proper positioning. To support the torso while the surgeon leans over the patient.

  6. Quadriceps muscles: Rectus femoris. Vastus lateralis., Vastus medialis., Vastus intermedius  are the muscles at the front of the thigh and are used by surgeons to extend the knee joint and to help the surgeon maintain a stable standing position during lengthy procedures

  7. Forearm muscles: Pronator teres, flexor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, flexor digitorum superficialis , flexor carpi ulnaris ,flexor digitorum profundus, flexor pollicis longus and pronator quadratus muscles of the forearm are used to manipulate surgical instruments with precision and control.

  8. Triceps muscle: The triceps are used to extend the elbow and provide stability during procedures that require fine motor control.

  9. Hand muscles: There are over 30 muscles in the hand, working together in a highly complex way. The muscles of the hand are used to grip and manipulate instruments, as well as to provide fine motor control and dexterity.

OC Surgeon Massage for Neck , Shoulder , Back , Hand Pain

How Can Soft Tissue Therapy Benefit Surgeons?

As a surgeon, your career is all about precision, focus, and endurance. You work long hours in high-pressure situations, relying on your body to perform flawlessly day after day. But what happens when your body starts to wear down from the demands of your job? That's where neuromuscular massage comes in.

For surgeons, neuromuscular massage can mean the difference between a long, healthy career and early retirement due to injury. By focusing on the muscles most used in surgery, neuromuscular massage can help prevent repetitive strain injuries and other chronic pain conditions. It can also improve range of motion and flexibility, allowing you to move more freely and with less discomfort.


How to Incorporate Soft Tissue Therapy into Your Practice:

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Are you a surgeon looking to take your practice to the next level and provide your patients with even better care? If so, incorporating neuromuscular soft tissue therapy into your practice may be just what you need!

Neuromuscular soft tissue therapy is a powerful technique that can help alleviate pain, increase range of motion, and improve overall well-being for your patients. By incorporating this specialized massage therapy into your practice, you can enhance the healing process and offer a more comprehensive approach to patient care.

How do you incorporate neuromuscular soft tissue therapy into your already-busy surgical practice?

As a qualified neuromuscular massage therapist who can work alongside you and your team. I can help you identify patients who may benefit from this therapy, and together you can develop a treatment plan that meets their unique needs. By working together, you can provide your patients with a more holistic approach to healing that incorporates both surgical intervention and therapeutic massage. This can lead to faster recovery times, improved outcomes, and happier, more satisfied patients.

Don't wait any longer to incorporate neuromuscular massage into your surgical practice. Your patients will thank you for it, and you'll feel good knowing that you're providing them with the best possible care. Contact us  today and start reaping the benefits!

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OC Neck, Back & Shoulder pain Relief

Pain has a pattern. When you come in for your session there is no guessing what soft tissue is contributing to your pain we are well verse in the pain patterns of the body. Your nervous system is the command center for your body the nerve trunk that supplies a specific joint also supplies the muscles of the joint, as well as the tendons, skin and related muscles. This complex system regulates your body’s systems & guides almost everything you do and allows you to experience your environment. The nervous system holds the key to the body’s incredible potential to heal itself.


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Tiffany Sandoval

Hi I'm Tiffany Sandoval, OC's trusted Elite Pain Relief & Mobility Expert with over 13 years. My expertise is backed by certifications in Neuromuscular Therapy, FST-Neuromyofascial Tissue Practice, and Vodder Certified Manual Lymph Drainage, allowing me to offer specialized care tailored to your needs. Let's work together to unlock your body's potential, regain mobility, and pave the way for a pain-free, active lifestyle. Connect with her here or on LinkedIn.

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