Sports Injury Rehabilitation Craigieburn
Get Back In The Game Now With A Sport Injury Treatment Plan.
Sports injuries can be caused by direct impact or force that is greater than the body can withstand. The two types of sport injuries are acute and chronic. Acute is when an injury is caused suddenly, such as a sprained ankle.
Chronic injuries are caused by repeated overuse of muscle groups or joints. Seeking medical help for a sport injury treatment plan is important as the injury may be worse than you think.
Common sport injuries:
- Ankle sprain
- Hamstring injury
- knee joint pain
- Dislocated shoulders
- Jumpers Knees
- Stress fractures
If you experience any sprains, strains or joint injuries, seek immediate treatment such as rest, ice, elevation, compression and seek a referral to a doctor as soon as possible.
Treatments can vary depending on your injury and can include exercises.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM A SPORT INJURY TREATMENT
At our sport injury clinic, our expert sport injury team will ensure you receive the most appropriate and effective treatment to help you achieve:
- Pain relief
- Reduce muscle tension
- Prevent injury
- Improve heart rate and blood pressure
- Increase blood circulation and lymph flow
Sport injury care is a drug-free and surgery-free path to relieve your aches and pains caused by sport. Call and make an appointment with one of our fully-qualified to see a difference.
WHEN TO VISIT OUR CLINIC
Sport Injury Types:
- Sprains and strains
- Muscle tension
- Gym injury
- Shin splints
- Corked thigh
- Joint pain
- Tennis/Golfers elbow
- General tightness
Treatment for Sports Injuries
Your practitioner will complete a detailed and thorough diagnosis, assessing the events leading up to injury, the onset of the pain, as well as considering your overall musculoskeletal health. In this manner, our practitioners can determine the structural cause of pain and the specific course of action it requires. Moreover, our practitioners will determine potential weaknesses or movement disorders that contributed to the cause or are preventing you from healing.
Once your diagnosis has been determined, our practitioners will discuss the plan for treatment, and the ways to return to sport. Usually, an immediate period of rest is followed by a gradual return to activity with the use of rehabilitative exercises. Our practitioners also work with coaches and other doctors to ensure your recovery is guided, not rushed and meets your requirements.
All of Muscle Joint Bone Clinic’s, our experts are government registered healthcare professionals.
For more information on how we can help you, or to book an appointment contact us on (03) 9715 0582.
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