If you are an athlete, participate in sports, or are highly active, injuries can be a frequent occurrence. They can happen while taking part in organized sports, training, fitness, or even from a bad fall or improper posture. Other causes may be poor exercise habits, inadequate warm-ups, or absence of conditioning. No matter how small the injury, it can turn into bigger problems down the line and eventually hinder normal activity.
Coping with injuries often requires the attention of a physical therapy. Physical rehabilitation helps patients regain their body’s functionality after an injury and seeks to improve on bad habits to prevent future injuries.
Conditions We Treat
- Repetitive Motion Injuries
- Running Injuries
- Stress Fractures
- Shin Splints
- And More
Some of the most common sports injuries include sprains, strains, knee injuries, swollen muscles, shin splints, fractures and dislocations. Each sport comes with its own injury risks and participants should be knowledgeable and address issues when they arise.
Injuries can also happen in daily life from even the smallest movements. Having an understanding of your daily movements and posture will greatly help you reduce the risk of injury.