Sports injury physiotherapy rehabilitation with our sports physiotherapists and osteopaths in London, sports injury treatments for sprains, strains, broken bone or muscle tear, at your home or at the clinics in Belgravia SW1, Moorgate EC2 and Clapham SW4
Our sports physiotherapists and osteopaths can treat your sports injury (running injury, tennis injury, ski injury…) and provide the best post injury rehabilitation program in London, at home or at our London practices
Professional athletes or amateur, whether you do classic sports such as running, skiing, boxing or more extreme sports like skydiving or surfing, it is common that at some point of your training an injury will occur. While some sports injuries result from accidents, others are due to poor training practices, improper equipment, lack of conditioning or insufficient warm up and stretching.
At London Home Visit Physiotherapy, our sports physiotherapist and osteopath are highly trained and qualified in post injury rehabilitations. Following a meticulous assessment, they will be able to create a personalised rehabilitation plan according to your needs and to assure you the safest and best recovery possible, as well as advising you on how to avoid getting injured again in your daily sports activities.
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Sports injuries physiotherapy & osteopathy treatments for athletes and amateurs during training, before or after sports activity. Physio & osteo rehabilitation, stretching and massages for sports injuries – leg pain, sprained ankle, muscle strain or tear, broken bone treatments at home in London or at the clinics in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia SW1 & Clapham SW4
Our team of qualified sports physiotherapists and osteopaths are able to provide you treatments, coaching and post sports injury rehabilitation at home, in London. If you do prefer coming to one of our sports physio & osteo clinics, our specialists in sports injuries can as well see you at our practices in London: the Light Centre Moorgate in EC2 East London, located near the City and Liverpool Street, the Light Centre Belgravia in SW1 Westminster, near Victoria Station, or the Make Me Feel Pharmacy in SW4 Clapham, near Battersea and Clapham Common.
Our physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa registered & recognised (BUPA Global and BUPA UK), Axa registered & recognised (AXA International, AXA PPP), Cigna registered & recognised and WPA registered & recognised
For sports physiotherapy & osteopathy, sports massages or sports injuries treatment appointments, at home or at the clinics: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765
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What are the different types of sports injuries?
Sports injuries is usually split into two categories:
- Traumatic and acute injuries
- Overuse injuries
Traumatic sports injuries
A traumatic injury refers to a high impact contact during a dynamic activity, which causes damages:
- Sprained join: sprained ankle, knee or wrist
- Broken bone due to an impact: broken arm, hand, leg or foot
- Dislocated joint: dislocated shoulder or elbow
- Cruciate ligament injury: ACL PCL
- Ankle sprain
- Groin pull
- Hamstring strain
- Shin splints
- Knee injury: ACL tear
- Knee injury such as patellofemoral syndrome: injury resulting from repetitive movements of your kneecap against your thigh bone
Overuse sports injuries
An overuse injury is categorised by any type of muscle or joint injuries caused by repetitive trauma.
- Tendinitis: tennis elbow (epicondylitis) or golf elbow, Achilles tendinitis or any other overuse tendon of your body
- Muscle strain: quadriceps or calf muscle strain
- Muscle tear
Although virtually any part of your body can be injured during sports or exercise, the term is usually reserved for injuries that involve the musculoskeletal system, which includes the muscles, bones, and associated tissues like cartilage.
How can physiotherapy help in treating sports injuries?
For any of these injuries, our sports specialised physiotherapist will be able to help you recover as fast as possible, using modern and recognised rehabilitation techniques. Depending on your injury and your lifestyle, the physiotherapist will tailor a rehabilitation program that suits you to help you recover in the best conditions possible to go back to your training safely and in optimal conditions.
They will as well be able to provide you the right advises on your daily sports routine, in order to avoid any more lesions.
Fitness coaching with sports physiotherapists and osteopaths, experts in sports training and sports injuries rehabilitation & treatments in London
In many cases, these types of injuries are due to the overuse of a part of the body. But for amateurs, it can as well be caused by the wrong way of practicing and training. If you want to practice your sport in a safe and secure way, our sports physiotherapists and osteopath are certified personal trainers who can provide personalised fitness coaching with the right workout plan according to your sports discipline, your goals and any medical or physical conditions you might have.