Sports rehabilitation is a multi-disciplinary approach to treat injuries sustained through sports participation so the athlete can regain normal pain-free mobility. The primary goal is to return to pre-injury activities, whether the athlete is a professional, amateur or casual player.

The most common injuries treated by the sports rehabilitation team are sprains and strains. A sprain is an injury to the ligaments caused by overstretching or tearing. A strain, on the other hand, is an injury or tear to the muscle itself. Other conditions that can be treated through a sports rehabilitation program are fractures, arthritis issues, joint replacements and generalized pain issues.

Rehabilitation typically begins with a pain management treatment program, usually given by a licensed physical therapist. Some modalities utilized for pain relief include ice or heat application, ultrasound and electrical stimulation. Ultrasound is an effective tool to increase circulation to the affected or injured area, which assists in speeding up the healing process. It can also reduce the edema or swelling causing pain. Electrical stimulation, commonly known as TENS, or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, utilizes electric waves that penetrate into the muscle and aid in the relief of pain.

For injuries including:

  Sprains and strains
  Fractures
  Arthritis issues
  Joint replacements
  Generalized pain

Does your body feel more lethargic and achy during your cardio sessions?
Are you compensating during your lifts towards the beginning or the end of your workout?
Do you feel that your body does not recover adequately between workouts?
Do you feel restrictions in your body during your posing routines and transitions?

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