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Sports Medicine

Injuries are common in sporting events, competitions, or fitness activities, and can be due to multiple risk factors.
Things such as improper training methods or techniques, varying physical fitness levels, lack of warming up or
stretching muscles, muscle imbalances, stress injuries, overexertion, improper joint mechanics, etc.

What types of sports injuries do you treat?

Many of the sports injuries we treat are most commonly, but not limited to:

⇒ Muscle strains or pulls

⇒ Ligament sprains

⇒ Achilles Tendon injury

⇒ Post joint

⇒ Dislocations and fractures

⇒ Jumper’s Knee

⇒ Runner’s knee

⇒ T Band Syndrome

⇒ Rotator cuff injuries

⇒ Shoulder impingement syndrome

⇒ Shin splines

⇒ Tennis elbow

⇒ Golfer’s elbow

⇒ Groin pull

⇒ ACL sprain

⇒ Sciatica

⇒ Hamstring pull

 

How do you treat sports injuries?

Our approach to treating a large variety of sports injuries involves evaluating the injured tissue, associated
risk factors, biomechanical analysis of movement, and determining a recovery timeframe. With our understanding of
the tissue healing process, we will select the treatments that lead to safe and effective recovery to help
patients return to sport in a safe and timely manner. If your condition is post-op, our physical therapists will
work with your physician to help assist you with your recovery. Overall, our approach in managing sports injuries
is not simply to render you pain-free, but also to address the underlying causes, associated risk factors, and
ensure prolonged safety in getting you back into your sports activities.

 

How can I receive sports injury treatments?

Schedule an appointment with Advance Therapy Aquatic and Wellness Center to get an overall treatment plan set up and ask your physical therapist if sports injury treatments could aid your healing and performance. Call us to schedule an appointment today!

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