We treat a wide range of injuries such as; upper and lower body injuries, muscles, tendons, ligament, joint injuries and movement patterns.
Through hands-on treatment, exercise and movement correction, Sports Rehabilitation will help you to become better and stronger than before by addressing the root cause of your injury and not just your current symptoms. Our aim is always to help aid your day-to-day functionality, ensuring your sport-specific performance and fitness goals are met, as well as helping you to reduce the risk of re-injury.
Our Sports Rehabilitators work closely alongside our Physiotherapists and musculoskeletal experts to make sure that your recovery and expectations are met, and that we provide you with the best advice possible along the way.
What can you expect in a Sports Rehabilitation session?
Firstly, you will have an initial assessment where we will look at your mechanism and onset of your current injury, while also discussing previous injuries. Then, we will set out your treatment plan which will be tailored to you and your injury. Included in this will also be a home exercise plan, which may consist of strength work, biomechanical alignment and stretches for you to do at home or the gym to help aid your recovery and reduce your risk of re-injury.
You will also receive manual therapy within the treatment session consisting of one or more of the following; hands-on mobilization, myofascial release, massage, or electrotherapies, such as laser or ultrasound and taping.
*Please bring shorts if it’s a lower-body injury and ladies, please bring a vest top if it is an upper-body injury so that you feel comfortable throughout the assessment.*
If you would like to pay using health insurance, or you are coming to us via a medico-legal intermediary or solicitor, the prices will vary.