Rehabilitation Centre – osteopathy for sports injury rehab
We are a broad-based osteopathy and wellness clinic with a wide range of expertise in sports injury rehab among our experienced professional staff and a real passion for helping people stay fit and healthy as well as helping them with treatment of problems as they arise. The qualified professionals in our clinic can help you with injury, movement problems or aches and pains and we help our clients recover and become pain-free fast.
– Do you have sports injuries that are causing you pain or restricting your movement or ability to participate?
– Have you had surgery and need to get back to full function fast?
– Do you have long-standing pain from old injuries?
– Are you recovering from a major event and finding it slow?
Just get in touch and we can tell you more about how a visit to our sports injury rehabilitation experts would help you.
Information on our sports injury rehab services
* Highly reviewed sports injuries clinic with top ratings in Google and Facebook Reviews from our Chelmsford area patients
* The practitioners in our osteopathy clinic are registered with the General Osteopathic Council and have top level qualifications and experience
* We have male and female osteopaths in our clinic if you have a preference (see our staff page for more information on qualifications and registration)
* Whether you need to come to our clinic for emergency sports injury rehab treatment or just to have a chat or book an assessment, please just call us on 01245 522360 and we will help you as best we can
Causes and types of sports injuries
Sport and exercise are usually good for the body and with proper precautions and preparation, injuries can usually be avoided. Apart from the physical damage from some sports and not wearing appropriate protective equipment, the most common causes of sports injuries include:
- Improper warm-up or stretching before a sporting event or exercise
- Poor training practices
- Being in poor general health
Common sports injuries include:
- Joint injuries (knee, shoulder, ankle)
- Muscle injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Achilles tendon injuries
How can I prevent a sports injury?
- Develop and follow a fitness plan that includes cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and flexibility.
- Exercise all the different muscle groups during your programme.
- Warm up before playing sport or exercising. Stretching exercises improve the ability of muscles to contract and perform, reducing the risk for injury.
- Cool down properly after exercise or sports. It should take twice as long as your warm-ups!
- Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration and heat exhaustion.
- Rest when tired. Avoid exercise when you are tired or in pain.
If you do sustain a sports injury, make sure you assess the damage and undertake adequate sports injury rehabilitation treatment before resuming your sporting activity.