Sports Physiotherapy

At Physiomobility, we specialize in sports injury treatments. Although referred to as sports injuries, damage to bones, muscles, tendons, cartilage and ligaments not necessarily caused by sports are also referred to as sports injuries. Our sports physiotherapists not only diagnose and treat sports injuries but also identify potential biomechanical and muscle imbalances that can lead to injuries. The more active you are, the more important it is to understand the right exercises to help you avoid injuries. We can provide a personalized program to help you maintain strength, flexibility and stability. With the right exercises, you can not only prevent injuries but also recover more quickly. That is why the sports physiotherapy Toronto patients seek is so popular.

The Most Common Sports Injuries

Although no two injuries are alike, some common sports injuries can occur, including:

  • Muscle strains caused by overstretched or torn muscles
  • Tendon and ligament sprains or tears
  • Rotator cuff tears that affect the shoulder
  • Hip bursitis caused by irritation to the bursa
  • Shin splints caused by an inflammation of the muscles, tendons, and bone tissue
  • ACL sprains or Meniscal tears in the knee
  • Ankle sprains

A sports physiotherapist can treat all of these injuries.

Why Choose Sports Physiotherapists in Toronto?

Our sports physiotherapists provide treatment and exercises designed to speed up the healing process. Sports physiotherapy Toronto patients want to rehabilitate more quickly and get back into the game stronger and better prepared with optimized performance.

Our sports physiotherapists have extensive training in treating musculoskeletal injuries and work as a part of our multidisciplinary team. We use thorough assessments that consider the joint range of motion, pain level, muscle imbalance and the impact of your injuries before providing a treatment protocol to address the pain, heal injured tissue and help you safely return to your daily activities. The treatment takes an interdisciplinary approach using the skills of other health practitioners such as Massage therapists, Chiropractors and Kinesiologists.

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