Physiotherapy for Sports Injury, Sports Physiotherapy, Sports Physiotherapy Treatment
Playing an active sport which we love is something we look forward to after a draining day at work and if you’re an athlete, sports is your career, your passion. But all of this comes to a halt when you face an injury during the sport.
As we love the sport, be it casual sport or a career in it, we can’t let injuries come in our way. Therefore, to help you sportsperson and athlete to recover from such an injury and get back to playing it, we have Sports Injury Therapy.
When we are engaged in an active physical exertion such as playing a sport, our body has to function more than it normally does. This requires strength and extra strain on the body. This extra strain in turn could lead to one having an injury during the sport.
Athletes have prehabilitation programs that help their body get ready for the sport and also have their diet and exercises centered on it. Even so, there are still chances of them acquiring an injury. This being said, people who play sports as a pastime or only on weekends, have higher chances of experiencing such injuries. The reason for this is that their body has to go through an extra amount of strain and functioning capacity to play the sport, which the body isn’t accustomed to, due to the everyday simple routine of the individual.
It doesn’t matter if you are an athlete or an active person who plays sports on weekends or as a pastime, injuries are something that can happen anytime during the sport. These injuries are termed sports-related injuries as they are more commonly seen in people actively engaged in sports.
Since sports usually involves the proactive movement of our limbs, these injuries are mainly related to our arms and our legs. To name a few, muscle strain, ACL injury, MCL injury, tennis elbow, stress fracture are among the other common sports-related injury.