Sports Injuries

Most sports-related injuries are either:

Macrotraumatic caused by a strong force – such as a fall, accident, collision or laceration

Microtraumatic injuries, that result from overuse of a structure such as a muscle, joint, ligament, or tendon. This type of injury is more common in sports such as swimming, running, cycling and rowing.

The either sudden dynamic force or repetitive prolonged overloading of forces, often combined with bad training technique or training planning can often lead to the breakdown of tissues like ligaments, muscles or even bone (shin splints, microfractures). If you experienced any of the following when playing sport or training, then we can help:

  • Hearing a snap or pop when playing sport
  • Pulling up with pain and not being able to continue with the sporting activity
  • Pain that worsens whilst you continue playing sport
  • Pain for hours after finishing playing your sport
  • Pain in the morning after sport
  • Pain that returns as soon as you play your sport that initially eased when you had a prolonged rest period (e.g. 2-3 week rest period)

Potential Diagnosis

Hamstring strain / tear
Quadriceps strain tear
Cruciate ligament sprain
Medial ligament sprains
Shin Splints
Groin Strain
Skiers thumb

Potential Diagnosis

Tennis Elbow
Golfer’s Elbow
Runner’s Knee
Achilles Tendinitis/Tendinopathy
Ankle Sprain
Patello-femoral pain
Hip flexor strain
Rotator cuff tears

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