As we enter the cooler months many of us get involved with the variety of winter sports on offer. What do you do to prepare yourself for the winter sporting season? If you haven’t been active over the warmer months you may be more likely to suffer from acute injuries. Common sporting injuries we see are joint and muscle sprains, tendon injuries, boney overuse injuries, as well as supporting clients through rehabilitation from surgery.
Physiotherapists can play an important role in injury prevention. There are several injuries (including ankle sprains, knee injuries and hamstring strains) for which the risk can be significantly reduced if a specific injury prevention program is used.
This month’s newsletter looks at preparing for the cooler months, offers exercise tips for those of us who suffer from arthritis, plus something for Mother’s Day! We also welcome Andrew Chalker to the physiotherapy team.
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