Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Since playing sports holds a great role in our holistic development. It is sometimes due to complete indulgence in sports we make some unprecedented moves that result in injuries. In order to go with the performance and attain the right form and strength, it is crucial to go with a rehabilitation process. We have all-round experience in treating a wide spectrum of athletes from varied sports. Our physiotherapist develops an accurate strategy to enhance your flexibility, endurance, strength and balance of the body.
We offer our patients a complete treatment plan involving early and accurate diagnosis of injury followed by a return to play and form development. Despite the nature and degree of injury, our physiotherapist offers a personalized rehabilitation program that facilitates your faster development. We not only restrain our service until the injury is recouped but also offer our guidance in preventing further injuries in the future.
Our team involves experienced physiotherapists and athletes who with their experience help the patients to attain their sports goals. We utilize the right amalgamation of the latest treatment methodologies involving Ultrasound, LASER, Electrical Stimulation, Soft tissue work, Joint mobilization, Trigger point therapy and Stretching.
An optimistic methodology in curing Ankle Sprain while playing sports like Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Hockey. Physiotherapist guide in curing Groin pull which prominently is suffered by players in games like Basketball, Soccer, Hockey, Volleyball, Football and Racket sports. An optimum curing methodology for Knee injuries such as MCL tear, ACL tear and Patellofemoral syndrome is offered. Suffering from Golfers elbow or Tennis elbow, the experienced physiotherapists are here to help you out.
Common sports injuries include, but are not limited to:
- Ankle sprain
- Groin pull (normally happens when you suddenly change directions while running, such as in soccer, hockey, basketball, racket sports, football, and volleyball)
- Hamstring strain
- Muscle pulled
- Shin splints (happens after too fast workout, wearing worn-out shoes or by jumping or running on hard ground especially bear foot)
- Knee injury: ACL tear, MCL tear, Patellofemoral syndrome
- Tennis elbow / Golfers elbow