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Bengaluru: An Athlete’s journey is metaphorical to a roller coaster ride. There are ups, downs, injuries and mental blocks, nothing can ever be taken for granted. Mindset, training, nutrition and injury management are extremely critical factors for an athlete to be able to consistently deliver the best at an international level, especially in high performance sports. It needs a highly scientific and calibrated approach to stay fit and perform consistently.

Haoma Wellness – An Ayurveda center of excellence specializing in treatment of sports injuries, and Invictus Performance Lab today presented the case study of collaborative approach in Athlete Management of Sathish Kumar Sivalingam, 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist in Weightlifting.

Sharing his Journey,Sathish Kumar Sivalingam, Indian Weightlifter, 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist said, After my injury at the Asian Games, the hospital in Jakarta advised two months of complete rest. They were of the opinion that I could probably start training after three to four months. Upon arriving back to India, my Ayurveda treatment started at Haoma Wellness under Dr. Shaji Kannoth and I simultaneously was working on my return to sport rehabilitation with Invictus Performance Lab. Within four days of combined treatment and multiple experts working with me, the pain reduced significantly and I was able to move around freely within 10 days. With another 10 days of treatment left, I aim to come back stronger and start training keeping the 2020 Olympics as my goal.”

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