The health benefits of taking part in regular sport and exercise are huge, and far outweigh the risk of any injury. Nevertheless, injuries are always a risk – especially in high-impact and contact sports. But by taking a few sensible precautions such as warming up properly before exercising, using the correct equipment and not pushing yourself too hard, it is possible to greatly minimise the risk of injury.
Injury usually results from a sudden impact or an awkward movement, but can also occur over time due to overusing various parts of the body. Athletes, such as long distance runners, footballers, etc, are at high risk of overuse injuries due to the extreme nature of their training and the overuse of specific muscle groups. Most sports injuries respond well to physiotherapy and with appropriate treatment full recovery can be achieved and maintained.
Conditions we treat
We assess, diagnose and treat all types of sports injuries:
•Ligament strains and sprains
•Osteoarthritis of the knee
•Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
•Patellofemoral pain syndrome
•Shoulder impingement injury
•Sinus tarsi syndrome
•Soft tissue bruises e.g. dead leg
•Soft tissue inflammation
•Tendon strains and sprains
(The above is not an exhaustive list, so if your injury isn’t listed here, don’t worry, we’ll still be able to help you.)
Treatment can include one or more of the following:
- Anti-inflammatory painkillers
- Advice and education
- Joint and spinal mobilisation and manipulation
- Exercise therapy and rehabilitation
- Soft tissue massage and facial release techniques
How can we help you?
To arrange an appointment or for further information, call 020 8455 7809 or email firstname.lastname@example.org