Physiotherapy performed for all kinds of sports injuries are looked after by highly skilled team at Dr. Dharam Pandey clinic in Delhi, India. He has been a great expertise in terms of diagnosing, treating and restoring patient’s orthopedic and muscular health. Some of the common injuries are Abrasions, Ankle sprains, Blisters, Anterior Cruciate Ligament(ACL) Injuries, Clavicle Fracture (Broken Shoulder), knee pain, muscle cramps and many more. The clinic offers a wide range of specialized services to help their patients restore the mobility with best possible time. Different therapies are used to help a patient with proper healing and recovery. Acupuncture, podiatry, sports massage, Pilates, Beauty Therapy and Strength & Conditioning, all are available to support numerous sports injury. These musculoskeletal injuries affect back, neck, muscles, ligament and tendons. For all these, we offer great post-op rehabilitation facilities to cater to individual needs. Our holistic approach alters each treatment to specific individual requirements and their goals.
Sports injuries" happens during exercising or playing sports. It can also result from poor training practices or improper gear. Some people get injured when they are not in proper physical condition or not warming up or stretching enough before play or exercise can also lead to injuries. The most common sports injuries are:
|Most common sports injuries|
|Ligament sprains and strains||Delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS)|
|Tendinitis||Achilles tendon injuries|
|Tennis elbow and Golfer’s elbow||Impingement syndrome|
|Iliotibial Band Syndrome||Knee injuries (ACL/PCL/ Meniscus Damage)|
|Pain along the shin bone||Fractures/Dislocations|
|Bursitis||Running injuries etc. (Runners knee/tendinitis/bursitis)|
Never try to "work through" the pain of a sports injury. Stop playing or exercising when you feel pain. Playing or exercising more only causes more harm. There are two general types:
The first type is an acute traumatic injury. Acute traumatic injuries usually involve a single blow from a single application of force — like getting a cross-body block in football.
The second type of sports injury is an overuse or chronic injury. Chronic injuries are those that happen over a period of time. Chronic injuries are usually the result of repetitive training, such as running, overhand throwing, or serving a ball in tennis. If left untreated, a chronic injury will probably get worse over time. Any injury that results in swelling, numbness, intense pain or tenderness, stiffness, or loss of flexibility should be taken seriously.
Sports physiotherapy plays an essential role for treating these injuries conservatively. Seeking advice from an expert physiotherapist is the key for better and quick recovery. Sports physiotherapy encourages a multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. In addition to site specific sports injuries, including ankle, spine, knee, and shoulder injuries we addresses specific recommendations for women, young athletes, and seniors. Conservative Management of Sports Injuries provided by sports physiotherapist includes diagnosing, treating and preventing sports injuries. Sports physiotherapy is the process that gets you back in the game and ready for action again.
Our Sports physiotherapist provides advice on safe participation promoting an active lifestyle to help all individuals improve and maintain their quality of life and helping those involved in sports activity to enhance their performance by guiding them whether strength or endurance is required and target on the involved problem at the same time ensuring a high standard of professional and ethical practice.
Most of tendinitis, bursitis and mild ligament injury can be managed with physiotherapy. Sports physiotherapy provides sports specific or activity demand specific neuromuscular conditioning that includes agility, plyometric, strength and conditioning and various other technique to relieve pain and get back a sports person to active sports as soon as possible.