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I-Lotus Sports Therapy

Sports injuries are common among hobby and professional athletes. In the worst case, sports injuries can seriously hinder or even end a career in sports. A quick recovery without much pain or loss of athletic performance is therefore the highest priority.


The injuries can be divided into two general types. The first type is called an acute traumatic injury. The second type of sports injury is called overuse or chronic injury. Chronic injuries are usually the result of repetitive training, such as running, overhand throwing or serving in tennis.


Acupuncture is very successful for sports injuries. More and more professional sports teams are seeing the benefit of using acupuncture to shorten healing time and resolve intractable conditions. The use of acupuncture for acute and chronic complaints started centuries ago. It was, and still is, one of the most important means of rapid healing.



Specific acupuncture styles and techniques have been developed to stop pain and dramatically decrease recovery time. Pain is one of the most common complaints of sports injuries, followed by impaired function. During his studies in China, the therapist gained a lot of knowledge and experience in the field of electro-acupuncture and has perfected this technique. In addition to treating injuries, acupuncture can also improve performance and give athletes a competitive advantage.


Dôpey Calor treats many elite athletes and professional athletes. He has gained a lot of knowledge and insight by practicing different branches of sport at a high level for years and is a student of Sao Lim Kung Fu / Shaolin Kung Fu Grandmaster

S.B. Lee. His experience in sports and knowledge of Chinese Medicine has resulted in a unique combination to effectively treat sports injuries.

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