How can sports rehab help me?
Having sports rehab can help you in a variety of ways. The most important being that it can heal your injuries. Other than that, it can also help you to manage pain due to a sporting injury, and improve your strength and flexibility. My team and I can customize your treatment plan for your specific injury.
How does it work?
TThe stretches and exercises used in sports rehab can help you to lengthen and strengthen your weak muscles so that you can get back to the game you love quicker. We also offer prehabilitation for those looking to prevent injuries before they occur.
How long until I start seeing results?
It really depends on your injury and current health condition to determine how long it will take for you to start seeing results. Each body is different so it could take a few sessions to weeks before you start to feel noticeable improvement.
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Sports Rehab Brooklyn
Don’t wait until your injury goes from bad to worse to seek physical therapy treatment. As an athlete, we know that you want to get back in the game as soon as possible. Here at Evolve New York, we see a lot of sports Injuries. We also see many patients who are looking to enhance their physical performance through our innovative
We understand that maintaining your body for your sport can put a lot of additional stress on your muscles and joints. This is why my team and I specialize in many different types of physical therapy services that can benefit you as an athlete.
Sports Therapy Services:
You don’t have to be a star athlete to be susceptible to a sports related injury. Often i’ve seen that people who are new to athletics or a sport can have the best chance of injury. Especially if they have not warmed up or trained properly.
There are many goals that sports therapy can help you reach including restored function, reduced pain, faster recovery times, and improved performance enhancement. Our team of highly skilled therapists can get you back on the field faster. During each visit, my team and I will monitor your progress and help you to get back into your best shape.
In the world of sports therapy , I have seen an increase in using prehabilitation exercises as a way to maintain peak performance and to prevent injury. Contrary to popular belief, physical therapy isn’t just for injuries. By utilizing programs like prehab, you can start to make injury prevention a priority in your athletic training.
Prehab exercises can be done at any fitness level and can be completed prior to your workout or even just a few times a week. You can learn more about prehabilitation here.
What Sport Physical Therapy Methods Can Help My Injury
- Exercises & Stretching
- Manual Therapy
- Deep Tissue Massage
Are you at risk for sports injuries?
There are a few things that may make you more at risk for these types of injuries including if you haven’t been regularly active lately, you don’t warm up properly, or if you play contact sports.
Common Sports Injuries:
- Sprains & Fractures: A sprain is caused when one of your ligaments pulls or tears. A fracture is simply a break in a bone. Each can be very painful and require physical therapy at some point in your healing process.
- Shoulder Dislocation: This is when the upper part of your arm comes out of your shoulder socket.
- Elbow Injuries: By playing sports or taking part in athletic activities it is a common occurrence that someone may get a shoulder injury.
- Hamstring Pulls: A few symptoms of a hamstring pull could include pain in the back of your thigh, swelling, or even bruising.
Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Injury Solutions with Evolve
If you have a sports related injury it is imperative that you have physical therapy to get your body back into its best shape and to get back to playing the game you love. At Evolve, our innovative physical therapy services can help you to regain your strength and mobility. Don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation with my team and I today!
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