Sports Injury

Sport specific rehab to get you back to doing what you love doing

Sports injury treatments in Chiswick

Our sports physiotherapists provide a variety of treatments for sports injuries, including:

  • Manual therapy techniques like massage and joint mobilisation
  • Tailored exercise programmes to improve strength and flexibility
  • Modalities such as shockwave therapy and TEN’s unit to reduce pain and promote healing

We also offer advice on injury prevention and return-to-play strategies to ensure athletes recover safely and effectively.

Typical sports injuries that we treat

At our West London clinic our sports physiotherapists treat a wide range of sports injuries, including the:

We aim to help both the elite athlete and weekend warrior recover and prevent future sports injuries by providing a structured treatment plan, rehabilitation and conditioning programmes. Common injuries that our sports medicine clinicians see in the clinic.

  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Muscle strains
  • Ligament sprains and tears
  • Joint injuries
  • Overuse injuries and tendinopathies
  • Stress fractures

Treatment plan for sports injuries (4-stage process)

At our West London clinic our sports physio team follow a treatment plan that involves these 4 stages:

  • Pain and swelling management
  • Flexibility and ROM
  • Strength and endurance
  • Plyometrics and return to activity

The 4-stage process is followed whether you are an elite athlete or weekend warrior. It ensures a comprehensive and structured approach to sports injury management, promoting effective recovery, minimising the risk of reinjury, and enabling athletes to safely return to their sport at optimal performance levels without long-term problems.

Our team of sports physiotherapy experts

Our aim is to keep you as active as possible while recovering from your injury.

Onsite we have a team of physios and rehabilitators that offer a range of services to reach this goal including:

  • Manual therapy
  • Performance testing
  • Massage
  • 3D video analysis
  • Extracorporeal shockwave therapy 
  • Performance testing
  • Rehabilitation and sports performance gym access

FAQs

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What are the main types of sports injury and treatment?

Common sports injuries encompass sprains, strains, fractures, and overuse issues. Treatment emphasises physiotherapy for injury rehabilitation and prevention, with a strong focus on strength and conditioning programmes to reduce your pain and resilience against future injuries.

What is the most effective treatment for sports injuries?
The most effective treatment for sports injuries typically involves a combination of physical therapy, and targeted exercises to improve strength, flexibility and mobility. This personalised approach helps in the recovery process, reduces pain, and prevents future injuries, ensuring a safe return to sports activities.
How can I speed up my sports injury recovery?
To accelerate sports injury recovery optimal results are achieved with a structured rehabilitation process with gradually intensifying exercises. It is important to have an expectation that full recovery of a minor sports injury will take 3 months.
When should I visit a sports injury clinic?
Visit a sports injury clinic when you experience persistent pain, reduced mobility, or discomfort during or after sports. Prompt evaluation aids in early treatment and a quicker recovery.

Are you looking for Performance coaching

If you’re looking to enhance your training, whether it be for a marathon, a triathlon, or your favourite sport, we can provide you with 121 rehab-based strength and conditioning training.

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