Sports Rehabilitation

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Sport rehabilitation focuses on understanding, preventing and treating sports and exercise-related conditions including musculoskeletal problems. Injuries during sports happen very frequently and range from minor to major. The minor injuries can be treated with home remedies. However, some injuries are more serious and require medical attention.

Common sports injuries include:

  • Shoulder Injuries such as Rotator cuff injury, Impingement and Instability.
  • Elbow Injuries such as Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), Little league elbow, Ulnar collateral ligament injury.
  • Knee Injuries such as Runner’s knee, Fracture, Dislocation, Torn ligament, Meniscal tear, Tendon tear
  • Leg Injuries such as Groin pull, Hamstring strain, Shin splints.
  • Ankle Injuries such as Ankle sprain, Achilles tendinitis

Sports injuries are broadly categorized
into two kinds:

  • Acute injuries, which happen suddenly. Symptoms of an acute injury include swelling, tenderness, weakness, limited movement, difficulty in weight bearing, or visible dislocation. 
  • ·Chronic injuries, which are usually related to overuse and develop gradually over time. Symptoms of a chronic injury include pain during movement, swelling and a dull ache upon rest.
In some cases, wear and tear from overuse injuries can set the stage for acute injuries.

At Y&C MedInstitute we offer a medical-led, multidisciplinary, individualised and goal-orientated approach and use a range of different techniques to help the patients recover from their sports injury as quickly as possible. These techniques include but are not limited to:

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