Recovery of Sports Injuries
The knowledge and experience acquired from the Classic Physiotherapy together with the specialized training in sports injury recovery create the concept of Sports Physiotherapy being this the set of techniques and physiotherapy protocols applied to the recovery of injuries in the athlete.
The session begins with an anamnesis of the patient, biomechanical and palpatory physical examination of muscle and joint tensions.
Eventually, if the injury requires it, we will perform a functional analysis of effort in our specially equipped rehabilitation room, which will allow us to evaluate the possible presence of physical deficiencies during the execution of specific active exercises.
Once the factors that have caused the lesion are detected, the patient will be informed of the therapeutic protocol to be followed, as well as the prognosis of how long the recovery will take. Then, with the patient’s consent, the therapy begins.
Who can benefit from this therapy?
Athletes who perform physical activity on a regular basis and who suffer from some kind of ailment related to their sports practice.
Is the treatment painful?
Depending on the type of pain, the application of certain techniques may generate discomfort because we are treating areas of the body that are highly susceptible or even swollen as a result of the pathological process for which they come to the clinic.
In any case, the treatment will always be adapted to the patient’s tolerance level in order to make the session as comfortable as possible.
What can I expect the following days?
After the session, it is common to feel much better than at the beginning of the session. It is important to identify this symptomatic relief because it indicates that we have performed the treatment in an effective way.
Frequently after a few hours and especially the following day, symptoms of slight tiredness or stiffness may appear in the treated areas, which are usually mild in intensity and disappear after 48 hours, leaving only the improvement achieved in the session.
How much time should pass between sessions?
It depends on the individual case, but normally no more than one session per week until complete recovery.
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