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Sports Injury Clinic London
At Fitness Lab, we are redefining what a sports injury clinic means.
Sports Injury Clinic London:
Complete Circle of Care
“Every coach at Fitness Lab has a minimum 5 years experience, including injury rehabilitation”
Sports injury? Occupational pain?
Injury diagnosis and pain assessment always require effective, personalised treatment techniques. At Sports Injury Clinic London, our holistic ‘Circle of Care’ approach to sports injuries is focused upon enabling you to return to peak physical performance and enhanced daily activities. We work with our expert team of sports injury and pain management practitioners to create a detailed care and training plan informed by your individual needs.
We follow the advice of your coach and referral specialists to ensure you follow a structured rehabilitation programme.
Back On Your Feet, Performance Enhanced
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction? Upper limb injury or surgery?
Our specialist physiotherapists at Sports Injury Clinic London take you through a highly effective post-op treatment and rehabilitation. Our complete ‘Circle of Care’ approach is designed to get you firmly back on your feet, performance enhanced.
Direct constant contact with a specialist will also ensure you see and feel:
Increased confidence in your movement
Improvement in your day-to-day performance
Sports Injury Facts
- Nearly one in five (18.3 per cent) of injury-related hospital attendances are sports-related.
- More than one in four (26.5 per cent) are aged below 19 years.
- Over 40 per cent of all emergency admissions are aged 10 – 14 years.
Newcastle University and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Sports Related Injuries: Prevent, Diagnose, Manage
Our experienced Fitness Lab treatment techniques and rehabilitation programme is designed in-house to:
- Effectively prevent, diagnose and manage sport related injuries, and occupational musculoskeletal pain.
- Identify and correct movement error
- Improve coordination and balance, movement control and landing strategies
- Develop a body conditioned for sport performance
- Reduce future injury risk
Exclusive Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Our exclusive rehabilitation programme – gives you knowledge about your body, its capabilities and how it can remain flexible, strong and fit.
Our treatment sessions will show you how to perform exercises to gain maximum benefit, and understand how they will help you reach your performance goals.
Our caring, understanding and personalised approach – to personal training ensures each and every session always remains achievement focused.
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Common Sports-related Injuries Treated at Fitness Lab
Common sports-related injuries often include, muscle sprains, shoulder injury, ham string injury, calf tear and Achilles tendonitis.
At Fitness Lab Sports Injury Clinic London we often provide specialist treatment for:
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) which stabilise your knee, cross over each other deep in the knee joint. A tear or sprain of the ACL ligament most commonly occurs during sports involving sudden stops or changes in direction, jumping and landing such as, basketball, football and downhill skiing.
The meniscus is a tough, rubbery C-shaped cartilage. Acting as a shock absorber between the shinbone and thighbone, it can be torn if the knee is suddenly twisted while bearing a weight.
Intervertebral disc damage
An intervertebral disc is fibrocartilage between each vertebra allowing movement, and acts as a shock absorber for the spine.
Damage can be caused by a herniated disc (also known as “slipped disc), injuries, bone spurs. obesity and certain illnesses such as diabetes, thyroid disease or rheumatoid arthritis.
Constant direct contact with our partners ensure you always receive our complete Circle of Care at Fitness Lab Sports Injury Clinic London
Common Types of Sports Injuries
Knee Injuries: ACL tear
Knee Injuries: Patellofemoral syndrome — caused by a repetitive movement of your kneecap against your thigh bone.