Torn Muscle Treatment, Repair and Recovery

How to Speed up the Healing and Recovery of a Torn Muscle

Nothing is worse than having your bodybuilding goals or physical activity slowed down to a standstill due to injury. Your motivation is vanquished quickly, followed by the desire to minimise the healing timeframe as much as possible. Luckily if you have reached us here at Peptide Clinics, we have some good news for you. There is a way to speed up the recovery of a torn muscle. Torn muscle treatment and recovery can be handled rather effectively through the use of injury repair peptides.

Injuries are caused in many ways. A torn muscle can occur just by picking up heavy weights too quickly or carelessly. A torn muscle typically occurs when the muscle is stretched too quickly. It happens whilst training or when engaging in some form of physical activity. Oftentimes just pushing yourself too hard, too fast, you may experience an injury.

Muscular tears and the resulting pain that is experienced, means your training regime has come to a quick halt. Dependent on your fitness level and age, you will have to patiently await full recovery.

 

Torn Muscle Recovery - Calf Muscle Tear

How long does it take for a torn muscle to heal?

The recovery time one can anticipate for healing a muscular tear is truly dependent on the severity of the injury sustained. Usually one may return to their normal activities within a period of 3-6 weeks.

If the injury is severe, it could potentially take months to fully recover. One factor to consider in defining recovery periods, is one’s age. Ageing often puts us at risk of experiencing longer healing periods due to hormonal decline. Though frustrating this is a known fact what with growth hormone levels dropping significantly at around age 30.

In our youth, injury repair is hastened due to hormonal levels being optimal. We bounce back quickly, which is something lost in the ageing process. Regardless there is a way to speed up recovery, so you can get back to your normal activities and training regime. This is in the procurement of peptide supplementation.

 

Recovery Times for the Repair of Muscle Damage

When the muscle tear is mild, it is considered a Grade 1 Injury. The injured will experience discomfort. Often what is felt at the site of injury is a tingling sensation. Mild tears often do not cause pain and can go unnoticed.

When a muscular tear is considered moderate it usually would be considered a Grade 2 Injury. The injured will experience coinciding pain including bruising and swelling surrounding the site of injury. Another symptom of a Grade 2 Injury is weakness within the damaged area and they will be unable to continue activity.

The third stage of injury (Grade 3 Injury) is that which will require a longer healing period. It is possible that the injured will need to be inactive for several months, in order to recover. This is when a full tear has occurred to the muscle. Bruising, swelling, and bleeding are often seen with this Grade 3 Injury.

Grade I: Minimal Damage. Full recovery anticipated within 2-3 weeks.

Grade II : Partial Tear of Muscle Fibre. May take months for full recovery.

Grade III: Complete muscular tear or rupture of the muscle. Requires substantial repair and rehabilitation. Several months will be needed for complete recovery of muscle damage.

The use of peptides in preventative care is something to consider if you have found a prevalence in sustained injuries. Factoring in your age and fitness level, will help you ascertain whether this is the best course of action moving forward.

You can acquire repair and recovery peptides legally with a prescription by filling out a quick questionnaire. This evaluation is required in order to view further details about our peptides. Upon approval, you will be able to place a preliminary order for torn muscle peptide treatments.

Torn Muscle Recovery Tips

Torn Muscle Damage and Peptide Treatment

There are a few options with respect to peptide supplementation when repairing muscular tears. Some peptides provide the increased ability to secrete GH, which in turn has been shown to speed up wound healing and recovery.

One peptide in particular that is the “go to” for injury repair and recovery is TB-500 (Thymosin Beta 4). Used in race horses to speed up the rate of healing, it is now a peptide studied and used in human subjects, known for its healing prowess.

Speeds up the Recovery Time for Muscle Tears

Safe and Effective for Use in Human Patients

Clinically Proven


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