Injury Recovery

$59.00

Use 18 protein biomarkers to get a better indication of your recovery status, monitoring recovery periods and intensity of training sessions to ensure that you recover as fast as possible.

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Description

Track injury recovery: Sustaining an injury is never a happy occurrence for any athlete. However, rarely does injury recovery mean doing nothing. The more information available to you, the easier it will be to determine what and how much activity you are ready for, establishing the quickest path back to health. Biomarker analysis can offer a better indication of recovery status, and when used in conjunction with other performance tests, can improve assessments of recovery periods and intensity of training sessions to ensure that you recover as fast as possible.

18 Biomarkers Measured:

  1. CK-MB
    Short-term increase immediately post exercise injury
    Reference 1 | Reference 2
  2. COMP (Thrombospondin-5)
    Short-term (48h) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  3. CRP (C-Reactive Protein)
    Short-term (~1 wk) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  4. Cardiac Troponin I (cTnI)
    Short-term increase immediately post exercise injury
    Reference
  5. Cystatin C
    Short-term (~1 day) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  6. D-Dimer
    Short-term increase immediately post exercise injury
    Reference
  7. IGF-1
    Increase post injury; promotes recovery
    Reference
  8. IL-10
    Short-term (~1-2 days) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  9. IL-1 alpha (IL-1 F1)
    Increased with muscle-damage/damaging exercises
    Reference
  10. IL-1 beta (IL-1 F2)
    Increased with muscle-damage/damaging exercises
    Reference
  11. IL-6
    Short-term (~1 wk) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  12. M-FABP
    Short-term (~1 day) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  13. Myoglobin
    Short-term (~1 wk) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  14. Pro-BNP
    Increase post exercise injury
    Reference
  15. Skeletal Troponin I (sTnI)
    Increased with muscle injury
    Reference
  16. TNF alpha
    Increased with muscle-damage/damaging exercises
    Reference
  17. Troponin T
    Increased with muscle injury
    Reference
  18. MCP-1 (CCL2)
    Short-term (~1-3 days) increase post exercise injury
    Reference
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