Rehabilitation of Sports Injuries

Sport Injury Rehabilitation

Sports rehabilitation encompasses the treatment of sports injuries, strains, and sprains, as well as muscle, tendon, and ligament repair, tendonitis, hand injury, shoulder dislocation, foot and ankle dysfunction, and postsurgical rehabilitation.

Typical disorders

• Injuries sustained during surgery
• Reconstruction of the ACL
• Rotator cuff repair for meniscal tears
• Musculoskeletal injuries, both acute and chronic
• Strains and sprains
• bursitis and tendinitis
• Elbow pain from tennis
• The carpal tunnel syndrome
Treatment for the above-mentioned condition includes evidence-based therapeutic intervention and exercise, with the plan being monitored and modified as needed. This includes exercise rehabilitation, graded activity, manual therapy, workplace assessment and modification, massage, taping, bracing, and electrotherapy.


• Muscle and joint pain
• Muscle aches and pains
• Muscle tension
• Reduced range of motion


• Pain relief from sprains and strains can be achieved by the use of moist heat or cryotherapy.
• Kinesiological taping can be used to maintain muscle fibers stretched.
• Acute discomfort can be reduced by dry needling.
• Manipulation abilities are employed to improve flexibility and range of motion.
• Weight cuffs, therabands, and resistance bands are used to increase muscle strength.
• Cycling, treadmill training, and cross trainers are all used to build endurance.
• Orthotic devices are used to enhance musculoskeletal support and quality of life.
• Electrical modalities such as ultrasound, TENS, IFT, and SWD aid in pain relief by stimulating neurons and increasing blood flow to muscles.

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