Sports Rehab Therapy
Helping people of all ages to maintain their health and fitness, recover from and prevent injury and reducing pain using exercise, movement and manual based therapy.
Sports Rehab therapists help people suffering from pain, injury or illness involving the musculoskeletal system. They help people of all ages to maintain their health and fitness, recover from and prevent injury and reduce pain using exercise, movement and manual based therapeutic interventions.
Who is Sports Rehab Therapy For?
Sports Therapy is the perfect solution if you have an injury, want to get to the bottom of it and want to recover and return to your sports and activities quickly.
Sports Therapy is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and your rehabilitation back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.
Sports Therapy is perfect for you if:
- You have suffered a sports injury and don’t want to suffer the frustration of a slow, painful recovery
- Suffer with a recurrent injury that you want to get to the bottom of
- Injury is hampering your physical ability and performance
Common symptoms Sports Rehab can treat include:
- Pains and sprains in ankles, knees, shoulder groin, hip etc
- Post-operative rehabilitation – (spinal, shoulder and knee surgery, joint replacements)
- Total knee replacement rehabilitation
- Cruciate ligament rehabilitation
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Injuries with an uncertain diagnosis
- Post spinal surgery
- Post trauma, including fractures
- Chronic pain
- Repetitive strain injuries
What to expect from treatment
Sports Therapy incorporates sports and exercise sciences with injury management and recovery. Our Sports Rehabilitation Therapists have completed a University degree and have excellent examination and assessment skills.
Sports therapists will incorporate evidence based therapeutic interventions and exercise with the plan being monitored and modified where appropriate. This could include exercise rehabilitation, graded activity, manual therapy, workplace assessment and modification, massage, taping and other therapy modalities.
Your First Visit
Your rehabilitation therapy consultation is a 60 minute appointment which will include an assessment of your health history, discussion of your symptoms and then a series of manual tests which identify a diagnosis, any predisposing factors to injury and any other health related disorders.
Your rehabilitation therapist will then discuss an appropriate treatment plan tailored to return you to optimum functioning and physical activity.
Rehab Therapy Fees
Your first appointment with us includes:
- A comprehensive assessment
- Discussion about your goals
- Diagnosis and your treatment programme
- Your first treatment
This 60 minute appointment costs just £70.
Additional 30 minute treatment sessions cost £44
Additional 60 minute treatment sessions cost £80
*Cost saving options are available, enquire in clinic for more details.
How many sessions are needed?
The number of sessions required by an individual will depend on their injury and personal circumstances.
Your tailored treatment plan will be discussed and explained to you following your consultation.
Like any exercise and manual therapy profession, you could get some post treatment soreness, this is usually minimal and short lasting; your Sports Rehabilitation Therapist is trained to reassess the effects of treatment and modify depending on your reaction. Your Sports Rehabilitation Therapist will inform you of any risks associated with your treatment to allow you to make informed choices. They are also trained to refer on to other members of the healthcare team wherever that is appropriate.
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