Overload syndromes (also known as chronicle fatigue)
The overload syndromes are local or general swelling manifestations produced by repetition, forced training or inadequate technique over muscular or ligament structures. Apparently they do not create damages but they produce pain and diminish physical capabilities. They are also a preliminary situation of degenerative injuries (any of the others above).
Symptoms: pain, intensification of muscular tone, loss of elasticity, loss of the capacity of recovery after an effort and functional decrease.
-Particularly in the case of physically engaged people, it is necessary to make an evaluation of the working load and ways. The goal is to detect the facts that led to the overload syndrome and then correct them.
Once a diagnosis has been defined:
-Start a progressive physical therapy. The aim is to strengthen for the load that led to the overload in such a way that the work becomes an easy task and the overload disappears.
-Start occupational therapy (specialists will analyze the causes of the situation and will apply corrective measurements.
-Analgesic and anti-inflammatory medication.