Delayed onset muscle soreness : treatment strategies and performance factors.

  title={Delayed onset muscle soreness : treatment strategies and performance factors.},
  author={Karoline Cheung and Patria Hume and Linda Maxwell},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  volume={33 2},
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a familiar experience for the elite or novice athlete. Symptoms can range from muscle tenderness to severe debilitating pain. The mechanisms, treatment strategies, and impact on athletic performance remain uncertain, despite the high incidence of DOMS. DOMS is most prevalent at the beginning of the sporting season when athletes are returning to training following a period of reduced activity. DOMS is also common when athletes are first introduced to… CONTINUE READING
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