Adams PT: Sports Injuries And Post Surgical Rehab

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Making A Comback Sports Injuries & Post-Surgical Rehab

that frequently develop during an injury, and learn ways that you can continue to engage in physical activity without impacting the injured area. And if your injury ends up requiring surgical treatment, then physical therapy is the best way to ensure that your body recovers from the experience and that you are ready to hit the ground running once you are cleared to return to physical activity. Sports injuries can happen to anyone. They happen to professional athletes,and theyhappen toamateurs.Thedifferencebetween these twogroupsofpeople is thatprofessionalathletesusuallyhavea team of people they are working with who can identify what the injury is and begin with effective treatments right away, while amateurs may spend weeks waiting before they even begin to engage in any sort of treatment process.

Everyoneknows thatexercise isan importantpartofahealthy lifestyle, and for athletes, getting outside and pushing yourself to be the best you can be is even more than that — it’s part of your way of life. So what happens when you experience an injury? A sports injury can put you on the sidelines for anything from a couple of days to a couple of months, and for someone who looks forward to their exercise routineeveryday,orwho relieson theirathleticengagements for their professional or social life, an injury can be totally derailing. While sometimes it may seem like there is nothing to do but wait an injuryout,this ismostoftennotthecase. Injuries likesprainsandstrains take a long time to heal, and while you need to give your body the rest it needs so that you are able to bounce back at full strength, you don’t need to spend all of that time on the sidelines. Physical therapy is the bestsolutionforcopingwithasports injury.Byworkingwithaphysical therapist, you can develop strategies to begin strengthening muscles surrounding the injured area, potentially reduce long-term damage to the affected area by addressing flexibility and range of motion issues

If you’re recovering from a sports injury, call to talk to your therapist today at (888)222-0130!

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