Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Sports injuries, by definition, include injuries involving the musculoskeletal system. The musculoskeletal system includes the bones, tissues, muscles and cartilage. Every injury is different and every person heals differently. The purpose of rehabilitation is to help the injured tissues recover in a controlled and supervised manner.
Injuries can occur in any sporting activity. Professional athletes, in particular, are prone to injuries due to the excessive wear and tear associated with the demands of competitive sport. The right exercise program to maintain strength, flexibility and stability can help athletes recover quickly after an injury, empowering them to resume athletic activities.
It takes time for an injury to heal, and it's best to seek our guidance here at MOVE360Physiotherapy during this time. We are able to design a safe and effective recovery program specifically geared towards your abilities. We can identify the cause of the injury and create a treatment plan to prevent future injuries.
Some of the most common sports injuries include sprains, strains, shin splints and knee injuries (involving structures like your ACL/PCL or meniscus).