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A sports injury is a common problem for all types of athletes. Sports medicine specialises in the treatment of injuries sustained by living an active lifestyle. A sports injury is a set back for any athlete, but with the right treatment & rehabilitation, you can be back in action as quickly as possible.


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Sports Injury Treatment and Management Price: €70 €50.00

If you would like to book a sports injury treatment, please call us on 01-4851100 or fill in our booking form here.

What Injuries Can be Treated?

Injuries to the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand e.g. frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, Injuries to the leg, knee, ankle and foot e.g. damaged cartilage. Back and neck injuries. Muscle strains and tears 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree.

Treating a sports injury in the first 48 hours can save 2 weeks on recovery time

What Methods Are Used?

Sports massage:
Uses specific massage techniques to promote efficient healing of injuries.

Sound waves passed through the injury site at either 1000000 or 3000000 times per second to promote healing.

Cold therapy:
The use of ice as a modality of treatment.

Heat therapy:
The use of various forms of heat to promote healing.

Exercise therapy:
Individually designed programmes to promote healing, strength and flexibility.

Mechanical therapy:
The use of weights and other devices to promote strength and flexibility during and after injury.

All injuries should be treated with ice immediately after they occur but for no more than 10 minutes at a time. Heat should never be used in the first 48 hours as this can make swelling worse and more importantly increase internal bleeding if it is present.

Heat includes hot baths and showers. Ice must never be applied directly to the skin. It should always be wrapped in a clean tea towel or something similar, even if it is a packet of peas from the freezer as ice can burn the skin or cause the tissue to die if it is left in contact for to long.

About Our Sports Injury Specialist Andrew Smith
Andrew is a fully qualified Football Association Therapist in Sports Injury treatment and management, and has worked at both professional and semi-professional levels with 4 years on the Physio team at Notts County F.C.


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