Sports rehabilitation is a form of physical therapy that focuses on restoring an athlete's function, mobility, and strength after an injury.
The goal of sports rehabilitation is to help athletes return to their previous level of physical activity as quickly and safely as possible
Sports rehabilitation typically begins with an initial evaluation by a physical therapist at our clinic, who will assess the injury, range of motion, strength, and overall physical condition.
Based on this evaluation, a personalized treatment plan will be created that may include a combination of exercises, manual therapy, and other modalities such as heat or ice therapy, electrical stimulation, or ultrasound
How can Velocity Physical Therapy Help?
Prevent Athletic Injury
Wrong techniques during training may result in torn ligaments, muscle injuries, and even broken bones. During your intake we will take information acquired that is used to map out a routine that may reduce the chances of you developing strains, stress, muscle cramps, or torn ligaments.
Immediate Pain Relief
Physical therapy techniques such as hot and cold packs, taping of damaged parts, and dry needling may help keep the pain at bay. Our treatments relieve muscular tension by targeting the source of pain.
vital in achieving optimal performance, especially for swimmers and gymnasts. A flexible body may also prevent injuries from occurring.
Your physical therapist will design a customized exercise program to target specific muscles and improve the stability and strength of your ankle. These exercises may include Range of motion exercises to improve flexibility.
What Can You Expect?
Range of Motion Exercises
Gentle exercises are used to improve joint flexibility and prevent stiffnes
Specific exercises are prescribed to strengthen muscles that support the injured area and improve overall muscle balance. Strengthening is crucial for preventing re-injury.
Hands-on techniques, such as joint mobilization, soft tissue massage, and myofascial release, can help improve joint mobility, alleviate muscle tension, and reduce pain.
Therapeutic ultrasound can help reduce pain by increasing blood flow, relaxing muscles, and promoting the release of endorphins, which are the body's natural painkillers