Sports Injury Physio and Rehab

Helping Athletes Get Back in the Game.

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, injuries can happen at any time, and they can be devastating.  Sporting injuries fall into two categories overuse and acute. Both will stop you doing what you like doing.

Fortunately, The Physio Therapy Centre can help you prevent injuries and recover from your injury and get back to doing what you love.

What is Sports Injury Physiotherapy and Rehab?Sports injury physiotherapy and rehab is a type of treatment that focuses on helping athletes recover from injuries and get back to their sport as quickly and safely as possible. This type of treatment is provided by a senior physiotherapist, and it will include a variety of techniques and therapies.

Some common techniques used in sports injury physio include:

Initially, an in depth assessment of your movements so we can see where you may have a faulty movement pattern.

Manual therapy: This involves hands-on techniques, such as massage, stretching, and joint mobilisation, to improve range of motion, reduce pain, and promote healing.

Exercise therapy: This involves specific exercises and stretches designed to help athletes recover from their injury and improve their strength, flexibility, and endurance.

Modalities: This includes the use of heat, ice, ultrasound, and other techniques to reduce pain and swelling and promote healing.

Taping and bracing: This involves the use of tape or a brace to support an injured joint or muscle and promote healing.

Who Can Benefit from Sports Injury Physio and Rehab?

Sports injury physiotherapy and rehabilitation can benefit athletes of all ages and skill levels who have suffered an injury or feel they are not moving properly at the moment. Whether you’ve sprained an ankle, torn a ligament, or suffered a more serious injury, sports injury physiotherapy and rehab can help you recover and get back to your sport.

Some common sports injuries that can be treated with physiotherapy include:

Sprains and strains: These are injuries to the ligaments or muscles, usually caused by overstretching or tearing.

Fractures: These are breaks in the bone, usually caused by a direct blow or impact.

Tendinopathy: an overuse injury of the tendon sometimes with an underlying inflammation in the acute stage.

Bursitis: This is inflammation of a bursa, a fluid-filled sac that helps cushion joints, usually caused by overuse.

Why Choose The Physio Therapy Centre?

There are many reasons why athletes choose us to help them recover from their injuries. Here are just a few:

Faster recovery: With the help of a physiotherapy, athletes can recover from their injuries faster and get back to their sport sooner.

Improved outcomes: Physiotherapy can help athletes achieve better outcomes, such as improved range of motion, strength, and endurance.

Reduced risk of re-injury: By addressing the underlying causes of an injury, physiotherapy can help athletes reduce their risk of re-injury and stay healthy.

Personalised treatment: Each athlete is unique, and your treatment can be tailored to meet the individual needs of each athlete.

If you’re an athlete who has suffered an injury, don’t let it keep you out of the game. With our help you can recover from your injury and get back to doing what you love.