With schools now resuming Athletic Competition, Balance PT can help Heal and Prevent injuries

Posted March 18, 2021 by straightlinepr

As restrictions loosen and more people become vaccinated, the California Department of Public Health recently announced updated guidelines for organized sports.
Monterey, CA, March 19, 2021 - The news looks promising. Many schools plan to reopen for in-person learning and resume athletic participation. In fact, the relaxed measures affect organized youth sports and recreation — including community-sponsored programs, privately-organized clubs and leagues and adult recreational sports.

Because so many people are now heading to fields, courts and trails in pursuit of exercise after much time off, Balance Physical Therapy and Human Performance Center would like to remind athletes to take it slow and steady at first.

Physical therapy has been an important part of treating athletic injuries for decades. But increasingly, athletes of all levels consider the specialized form of PT known as sports therapy to be invaluable. It not only helps people recover from tears, sprains and breaks, but can also condition the body to perform better, and prevent future injury.

BPT is a result-oriented rehabilitation facility with locations in Monterey (2260 N. Fremont St.), Salinas (143 John St.) and Prunedale (17760 Moro Road, Suite #120).

For more information, visit www.balancept.com.

Marci Bracco Cain
The Buzz PR LLC
Salinas, CA
(831) 747-7455
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Last Updated March 18, 2021