Sports Injury Treatments
Recent research has shown that around 30%, that’s a staggering 22 million people, of the UK suffer a sporting injury every year. So the chances are high that most sports people will suffer multiple injuries over their sporting careers.
On average a person participating in sport will:
- Pick up 1-2 injuries per year
- Take up to 5 days off work every year
Even worse, of all the people injured, 25% will not be able to carry on playing sport as a direct result of the sporting injury.
If you love your sport, want to keep playing and can’t afford the risk of time off work, then you need to be proactive and make sure you know how to be as well prepared as you can be and know where to get the best treatment, so that if you are injured, you get back to full fitness as quickly as possible.
We can offer you a comprehensive guided and pain-free rehab programme. If you want to be leaner, more supple and able to enjoy exercise again we can help you.
Chartered Physiotherapists will make an enjoyable exercise programme for self analysis. This will enable you to recover from an operation, return to sport, or simply improve everyday life.
Benefits of a Nicky Snazell's Pain Relief Clinic rehab programme:
- Resolution of neck or back pain
- Reduction in joint pain
- Greater strength and tone
- Less stress and headaches
- Improved looking, firmer, more supple body
- Better posture and gait
- Increased bone density
- A return to sport with fewer injuries
- Improved circulation and immune system
Your road to recovery following an injury will be a lot more effective and enjoyable when guided by one of our specialists. Contact Nicky Snazell to visit one of our Sports Injury Clinics Stafford.
What is a Sports Injury?
Sports Injuries are normally injuries that are attributed to sports type actions, Tennis Elbow for example, you can get tennis elbow from painting or ironing, these injuries are normally the result of repetition or using your joints and limbs in ways they might not be used to.
Environmental situations and stress can also contribute to sports injuries and lingering problems. We prefer to find the root cause and work with our patients both physically and emotionally to really benefit them.
Common Sports Injuries
These range from sprained ankles in rugby, football, rollerskating, running and cycling. Knee issues are common to these sports as well. In Rugby neck, shoulder and spinal issues resulting from the ferocity of the sport.
It is surprising, but we also see injuries from bowls clubs, both indoor and lawn. Nicky Snazell and her professional sports injury therapists are here to help you heal and recover to the very best of your ability.
Learn more about the sports injury pain management with Nicky and the team.