Sports injuries

Sports injuries are very often no more than everyday problems that have been exposed when an ‘occasional athlete’ over-stresses his or her body when taking up a new activity

Sport injuries that can commonly occur may include:

  • Poor gait or posture
  • Lack of fitness
  • inadequate equipment

However, participating regularly in any sporting activity may also leave you open to the possibility of overtraining, over -use or repetitive strain injuries. These can have harmful, long-lasting effects whatever your age, so it is important that you learn to recognise the signs if you intend working hard towards your sporting goal.

Remember that you will be more tired, and therefore more at risk of injury, at the end of a day’s work, or of an exercise session.

Chiropractic treatment for sports injuries concentrates on adjustments to your spine, joints and muscles, so allowing them to move correctly, and advice on rehabilitation and maintenance exercises to improve strength and flexibility. (Long-term reliance on joint supports will reduce the range of movement and weaken the muscles; such supports will only be prescribed by your chiropractor when necessary).

Your chiropractor has learnt many techniques and procedures to deal with sports injuries. In addition to the treatment of injuries, practitioners can carry out pre-season checks on athletes to identify, treat and strengthen any weak areas before injuries occur, and also conduct regular check-ups.

Become a patient

Please download the patient registration form, complete in your own time and handwriting and email the form to the clinic when completed. We will contact you within 24 hours, if not before, to let you know if our chiropractors can help you. If not, we will recommend where to go for help.

Approved chiropractor

We are approved by the following private health insurance providers. 

Bupa approved
Axa insurance approved
Aviva insurance approved

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Got a question or wish to book an appointment? Please contact our team today and we will do our best to help out.

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