For a private and effective sports injuries clinic look no further than LycaHealth. Our sports injury rehabilitation service consists of world-class physiotherapists who are experienced in providing effective treatments for sports injuries.
At our sports injury clinic, we understand the impact that an injury can have on your physical performance and overall well being. Our team of dedicated specialists is here to help athletes of all levels recover and return to their sport stronger and faster.
We offer personalised treatment plans tailored to your specific injury, utilising the latest techniques and technologies in sports medicine.
Some of the more common sports injuries that we treat include tennis elbow (an overuse injury causing pain around your elbow and forearm), knee injuries (such as osteoarthritis and damage to the anterior cruciate ligament), ankle injuries (sprains being the most common type of injury), and back injuries (usually caused by straining the back or twisting it unnaturally).
During your consultation at LycaHealth’s sports injuries clinic, an expert physiotherapist will assess you, taking into account your medical history and current condition before issuing a diagnosis. Your physiotherapist will then refer you to a specialist for treatment.
Your treatment will depend on your injury and diagnosis. For some cases of sports injury, an exercise plan may be sufficient to correct your injury. You may also be prescribed medication and, in severe cases, may need surgery. Your specialist will also advise a rehabilitation plan.
A sports injury clinic is a specialised healthcare facility or practice that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of sports-related injuries and conditions.
Sports injury clinics treat a wide range of injuries and conditions, including sprains, strains, fractures, ligament tears, muscle injuries, overuse injuries, and post-operative rehabilitation.
You should consider visiting a sports injury clinic if you have sustained a sports-related injury, experience persistent pain or discomfort during physical activity, or want to improve your athletic performance.
No, sports injury clinics are not limited to athletes. They also cater to individuals with active lifestyles, such as recreational sports enthusiasts and fitness enthusiasts.
During your initial appointment, a healthcare provider will conduct a thorough evaluation, which may include a physical examination, medical history review, and potentially diagnostic tests like X-rays or MRI scans.
In many cases, you do not need a referral to visit a sports injury clinic. You can often schedule an appointment directly.
Treatment options may include physical therapy, rehabilitation exercises, orthopaedic interventions, bracing or taping, corticosteroid injections, and surgery if necessary.
The recovery time varies depending on the type and severity of the injury, as well as the individual’s response to treatment. Mild injuries may heal in weeks, while more severe injuries can take months.
Yes, many sports injury clinics offer injury prevention programs, such as biomechanical assessments, strength and conditioning programs, and guidance on proper technique to reduce the risk of injuries.
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