Sports Injuries

Common Treatments for the Management of Sports Injuries

By March 10, 2017December 2nd, 2017No Comments

Treating sports injuries

There are many treatments available for sports injuries. Each type dependent on the factors involved, such as the severity of the injury and what body part is affected.

We know how painful sports injuries can be and how the need for them to get better quickly is severe, so we’ve put together some of the common treatments to help you.

Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries


Physiotherapy is a specialist treatment of which often involves massaging, manipulation and exercising. These techniques can help to improve motion and strengthen muscles, thus helping to return normal function to the injured area.

Sports Prep & Maintenance

For those who take part in regular sporting activities, or for those who are undertaking demanding sports like a marathon, for example, this program can help to prevent further injury, improve performance and reduce stiffness and soreness. By regularly using this treatment during training, dysfunction in muscle tissues, tendons and fascia can be identified, and therefore injury is less likely.

Sports & Remedial Massage

In order to speed up healing time from a sports injury, a sports & remedial massage is ideal. The techniques of this massage can help anyone who is experiencing muscle pain, and with regular massages can also increase the health of the muscle and encourage healthy blood circulation. Over a period of time, these massages can also help to sustain higher levels of performance and remain injury free.

Acupuncture (Dry Needling)

Acupuncture works by inserting small, fine needles into a layer of skin at defined points. This helps to unblock energy flow through meridians. As an athlete trains, their body doesn’t often have the strength to heal any injuries that may have occurred. Acupuncture can help the body to balance, restore and maintain levels of energy and build up any weaknesses. This can result in a quick recovery time as the body is strengthened.

If you are currently suffering from a sports-related injury, we can help you. For more information, you can get in touch with a member of our friendly team by visiting our contact page or by giving us a call on 020 3865 0794 or by visiting our contact page.


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