Is lack of delayed onset muscle soreness a good sign of being recovered?

If you don’t get sore after training anymore does this mean that you are recovering better and can train again once soreness goes away?

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  • Deyhle, Michael Roger, et al. “Skeletal muscle inflammation following repeated bouts of lengthening contractions in humans.” Frontiers in physiology 6 (2016): 424.

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Online Physiotherapy

Put simply this is Physio done via either telephone or video over the internet. Skype and facetime are examples of this.

Contrary to popular belief online physiotherapy can be very effective and it can help the same injuries that face to face physio can help. I have helped many people with injuries such as disc prolapses, tennis elbow, neck pain and much more).