Sports Injury

Rotator Cuff Specialist in San Mateo | Myofascial Muscle Reconditioning

Dr. John Blenio is a rotator cuff specialist and the author of

“A Systematic Approach to Resolving Shoulder and Rotator Cuff Injuries.”
His unique shoulder rehabilitation protocol (The Blenio Protocol) has been successfully used for the treatment of the following rotator cuff and shoulder injuries:

Rotator Cuff Syndrome
Impingement Syndrome
Grade 1 Rotator Cuff tears
Grade 2 Rotator Cuff Tears (following […]

By |December 25th, 2015|Chiropractic, Shoulder Pain and Rotator Cuff, Sports Injury|0 Comments

Sports Medicine Chiropractor in San Mateo | High Amplitude Health

If you have an injury with a muscle, tendon, or ligament, and your injury does not require surgery, then High Amplitude Health Chiropractic and Sports Injury in San Mateo, California is a great choice.

Dr. John Blenio is your treating doctor at High Amplitude Health. He is a former high school and collegiate football player, and […]

By |September 17th, 2015|Athletes, Sports Injury|0 Comments

Prepare Your Muscles for Injury Free Weight Lifting Workouts

Start Each New Exercise with a “Hyper Set.”

Injury prevention¬†is essential when going to the gym to lift weights. That’s why warming up properly is incredibly important. If you don’t warm up properly, there’s a good chance you might strain or tear muscles.

But you’ve heard this before right? And you’re wondering, “Why is this guy telling […]

Heal Your Body & Improve Performance with an “Off-Season”

I’ve been a chiropractic and sports injury practitioner for 6 years. In that time I’ve found the following patterns and consistencies associated with pain and injury in people¬†who train for extended periods, with little rest.
People who train and exercise the most are often wrought with chronic aches and pains of “unknown origin.”
People with chronic […]

By |December 17th, 2014|Athletes, Sports Injury|0 Comments

Overtraining and Why You May Need To Exercise Less

This is a great article about overtraining. I regularly see patients in my office who are experiencing aches and pains from overtraining. Quite simply, it’s good to give your body a rest every so often, because those aches and pains are the signs your body gives you to take a rest. I tell my patients, […]

By |September 28th, 2013|Sports Injury|0 Comments