Sport injuries refer to injuries to the muscles, bones and soft tissue structures like cartilage. These injuries can be caused by accidents, weakness in muscles, structural abnormalities, poor posture while exercising or inadequate training methods.
Our physiotherapist will perform a full assessment and collect information about your sport and exercise regime. Education on how to prevent injuries will be provided, and treatment will focus on returning you back to the sport as soon as possible.
Common sports injuries we see in our clinic:
-patello-femoral pain syndrome
-low back pain
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Physiotherapists are skilled in assessing and treating patients who have undergone surgery for an injury or are preparing to undergo surgery. Treatment will be focused on pain management, improving mobility and strengthen as per surgical protocol.
Conditions commonly seen by our physiotherapist are:
-rotator cuff repairs
-anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repairs
-total knee replacements
-achilles tendon repairs
-open-reduction and internal fixations of different joints
Many people are spending more than 8 hours a day sitting in front of a computer. Over time, working in front of a computer can create overuse injuries leading to back, neck, shoulder, and arm pain.
Our physiotherapy will use a range of treatment techniques like soft tissue release, stretching, exercises, and education to provide you with pain relief.
Common conditions we see in our clinic:
-low back pain (degenerative disc disorder, sciatica)
-neck pain (stiffness, muscle tightness)
-shoulder pain (rotator cuff injury, frozen shoulder)
We have the expertise to help you rehabilitate from:
- back strains
- accident specific joint, muscle, ligament, tendon, spine and bone conditions