Sports Injury Rehabilitation is a multi-disciplinary approach to the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of injuries. A full body assessment helps us review the posture and movement within individuals and identify musculoskeletal imbalances. Using this key information, we can create personalised workout plans using a weekly corrective exercise continuum, to optimise your training and re-balance the musculoskeletal system.
Plantar fasciitis and ankle sprains are some of the most common injuries to the ankle and foot complex. Some individuals may experience chronic ankle instability following ankle sprains, so it is imperative to be assessed and receive a programme well suited to improve the balance and strength in the foot and ankle.Find out more
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury and patellofemoral pain are the most common injuries to the knees. Most Knee injuries are generally caused by twisting or bending force applied to the knee, or a direct blow, such as from sports, falls, or accidents. Posture - static malalignment, dynamic malalignment and abnormal muscle activation patterns are common causes of altered neuromuscular control and manifest themselves as knee injuries.Find out more
The lumbo-pelvic-hip complex, often defined as the “core,” consists of musculoskeletal structures that are responsible for stabilizing the spine and pelvis as well as facilitating the movements of distal limbs. They have a major influence on the structures directly above and below and due to the numerous muscles connected to the lumbar spine and the pelvis, dysfunction from either side can lead to intense pain and discomfort.Find out more
Rotator cuff and shoulder conditioning programmes are recommended for injuries to the shoulder area. These can be used to treat common injuries such as strains, ruptures & tendinopathy, shoulder impingement and instability, typically due to degenerative changes to the shoulders’ structure. Due to the structures and tissues of the kinetic chain, shoulder dysfunctions can migrate towards or stem from either the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex, knee or foot and ankle complex.
Common symptoms that stem from the cervical spine are associated with the head, including headaches, dizziness, and light-headedness. Injuries below the cervical spine included shoulder pain, trapezius-levator scapula dysfunction and AC impingement. A simple assessment to ensure there is a good balance in the upper extremity, followed by a movement assessment to highlight any dysfunctions that need correcting are required to put in place a corrective exercise program.
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