Don’t Settle for the Sidelines – Relieve Your Sports Injury in Sports Physiotherapy Centre.
Return to the Sport You Love ASAP
Whether you are a professional athlete or a weekend fighter, it is essential to be safe when playing your sport.
Any injury sustained during physical activity can be categorized as a sports injury – and at Trinity Physical Therapy, our pedorthist is here to get you off the sidelines and back in the game!
How can physical therapy help me with sports injuries?
Trinity will offer an individualized treatment plan based on your individual needs to help you get back in the game as soon as possible.
Your program may include manual therapy to increase your mobility and reduce scar tissues, stretch to improve balance and mobility and strengthen exercises to heal the injured area as well as the surrounding area. This is done after passing the initial diagnostic test, and your physical therapist may also look for diagnostic tests such as “X-rays, MRI or ultrasound.” The treatment plan takes into account the nature of your injury, well-being and your lifestyle. Everything is designed to help you recover from physical injuries and prevent further injuries.
Why did I sustain a sports injury?
One of the most important aspects of sports injury rehabilitation is treating it as soon as possible.
The term “sports injury” is all-encompassing, including any injury occurring while performing the athletic activity.
It can happen just the same by lifting heavy weights at the gym or running in ill-fitted shoes, as it can by swinging a bat too aggressively or rolling your ankle on the soccer field.
Your Sports rehabilitation plan and duration of recovery will vary depending on how severe the injury is, your health history, and whether or not the injury requires surgical intervention.
Did you sustain one of these injuries?
Several different injuries can occur while performing athletic activity.
Various injuries can occur at sporting events, including:
The medical term for shin splints is “tibial stress mediation,” which refers to pain felt in the tibial area. This pain is usually caused by tension in the leg and the surrounding ligaments. Tibias are painful and often tiring; however, they can be avoided by wearing the proper footwear, warming up before exercising and strengthening the muscles in the base and legs.
Knee injuries can include mild pain that extends from the hips to the knees, recurrent injuries that make it difficult to move the knee or more severe injuries such as ACL tear.
Strain or “pulled muscle”
Strain is also known as “pulled muscle” and occurs when the tendon that connects the muscles to the bone extends beyond its limits. If the neck is extended, it is likely to expand again.
A sprain occurs when a ligament connecting one bone to another is stretched beyond its limits. Once a sprain occurs and a ligament is overstretched, it is more likely that it’ll occur again.
Get back in the game with Trinity Sports Physiotherapy!
Our pethorthist will help you recover as quickly as possible so you can return to the sport you love!
Unsure if there is any physical therapy clinic near me? Trinity is one of the best Canadian Physiotherapy centres providing sports physiotherapy in Toronto.