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Whether you are a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, any injury sustained while participating in physical activity is referred to as a sports injury. 

The Benefits Of Physical Therapy For Sports Injuries

Our physical therapists are movement experts. They will help you achieve your objectives by prescribing an individualized treatment plan based on your personal needs after conducting a thorough assessment of your condition.

Your recovery plan can include manual therapy, stretching to improve balance and mobility, and strengthening exercises to improve the affected area and surrounding areas to improve your range of motion and reduce scar tissue.

What Types of Sports Injuries Can PT Help?

The most common forms of sports injury include:

Sprain –

When a ligament linking one bone to another is stretched beyond its limits, a sprain occurs. When it happens one time, it is more likely to happen again.

Knee injuries –

Your knee is your body’s most complex joint, and it is also one of the most commonly damaged. Knee problems can range from minor aches and pains that stretch from your hip to your knee to more serious issues like an ACL rupture.

Strain or “pulled muscle” –

A strain is also known as a “pulled muscle,” and it occurs when a tendon that connects the muscle to the bone extends the muscle beyond its limits. The tendon is more likely to be strained again after it has been overstretched.

Shin splints –

Usually, this pain is caused by tension exerted on the shinbone and the underlying connective tissues. Shin splints are painful and frequently debilitating, but by wearing proper footwear, warming up before exercise, and strengthening the muscles of the heart and leg, you can prevent them.

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