Sports Injuries

We diagnose and treat both acute (sudden onset) and chronic (long standing) injuries.

sports injuries

Sports injuries and Performance enhancement

Whether you are a professional athlete, a fitness enthusiast or a weekend warrior, osteopathy can help you with acute (sudden onset) and chronic (long standing) injuries. Once your injury is resolved, we can help you get back on track with rehabilitation exercises to restabilise the injured area.

Osteopathy is also an effective approach to injury prevention, as we work on the entire body to establish muscle balance and good range of motion in your joints, thereby reducing the risk of injury and injury recurrence while improving your performance. Your osteopath is qualified to provide you with specific strengthening and stretching exercises to suit your individual requirements.

Optimal breathing is particularly important in sport when the body is under stress to perform and the respiratory rate is elevated. Your osteopath can ensure that your diaphragm and rib cage mechanics are functioning optimally to maintain good breathing function and allow you to perform at your best.

 

Common sports injuries:

  • Ankle sprains
  • Knee injuries
  • Rotator Cuff tears
  • Tennis and Golfers Elbow
  • Neck and Back strains
  • Back spasms
  • Hamstring, quad and calf strains
  • Shin Splints/ compartment syndrome.
  • Hip flexor problems and groin strains
  • Patellar & achilles tendonitis

If you are unsure whether osteopathy is right for you, feel free to call our clinic for advice.

Sports injuries and Performance enhancement

Whether you are a professional athlete, a fitness enthusiast or a weekend warrior, osteopathy can help you with acute (sudden onset) and chronic (long standing) injuries. Once your injury is resolved, we can help you get back on track with rehabilitation exercises to restabilise the injured area.

Osteopathy is also an effective approach to injury prevention, as we work on the entire body to establish muscle balance and good range of motion in your joints, thereby reducing the risk of injury and injury recurrence while improving your performance. Your osteopath is qualified to provide you with specific strengthening and stretching exercises to suit your individual requirements.

Optimal breathing is particularly important in sport when the body is under stress to perform and the respiratory rate is elevated. Your osteopath can ensure that your diaphragm and rib cage mechanics are functioning optimally to maintain good breathing function and allow you to perform at your best.

 

Common sports injuries:

  • Ankle sprains
  • Knee injuries
  • Rotator Cuff tears
  • Tennis and Golfers Elbow
  • Neck and Back strains
  • Back spasms
  • Hamstring, quad and calf strains
  • Shin Splints/ compartment syndrome.
  • Hip flexor problems and groin strains
  • Patellar & achilles tendonitis

If you are unsure whether osteopathy is right for you, feel free to call our clinic for advice.

236 Springfield Rd, ChCh     View location map     Phone: 03 260 4492 Fax: 03 355 6276
Opening Hours: 8.30 am – 6 pm (Mon – Fri), Wednesday 7.30 am - 8 pm, Reception Hours: 8.30 am – 5.30 pm (Mon – Fri)