Injury Rehabilitation

“He has been treating a ankle problem that I have had for years and he has fixed me! I have no pain at all and he has given me new methods to strengthen this area that will help prolong my football career. Dale is a kind and considerate person and this enables him to interact with patients on a level that they respect his opinion and trust his judgement!” (Lucy, Barnsley Womens Football Club)

Injury rehabilitation can range from being a short term or long-term service, focusing on your plan to get back to work or back to full fitness following an injury or continuous muscle/joint dysfunction. We will assess, treat, and format a simplified injury rehabilitation programme to suit you. For example, this will include a 4 to 8 week guide, aimed at strengthening the specific areas of your body. Whether you need regular one-to-one treatments or communication we will help you achieve your fitness goals! 

 

Following your specific programme, a review will be organised to judge the outcome of your rehabilitation routines. Our approach to the client is extremely flexible and will work around your working or leisure time.

For further injury rehabilitation service details click here to see our contact details!

“Can’t recommend Dale enough. Used him on numerous occasions, always very helpful and follows up afterwards. Great service 10/10!”

Rick (Lincoln)

Lower limb pain exercises continued...

Exercise 3 (of 4): Standing knee raise/Hip flexion. Becoming more related to runners, this can be used as a warm up or a back step during practice towards going back to running patterns. Take advantage of your hip muscles during your walk/run. Take the stress off your lower limbs! Use of both legs are involved here, if you take a closer look!
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We continue with our example exercises (2nd of 4) from yesterday. This exercise can be used as a progression to what we previously shared.

Resisted side walks can activate the glutes downwards and, again, promote foot alignment to engage in your waking or running motion. Get the glutes fired up 🔥!
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“Think outside the box” during trip rehab or prehabilitation needs. Sometimes we go directly to an area to fix compared to assessing, taking a step back and thinking around what may be causing dysfunction. Following our recent post on Saturday we would like to follow this on with some example exercises you can use to give you an advantage if you were back walking or running outside again, for example.

Exercise 1 of 4: Resisted eversion exercises. A notable point we see with runners (and walkers) in assessments is the position the foot is in a relaxed position. Having “inverted” feet may be the cause of the problem of heel pain, shin pain or misuse of the ankle motion. Using this exercise can strengthen and promote foot alignment.

Want to see our additional examples? Follow our Instagram page @sportstherapy2you for a further insight! 👀. Or if your just a Facebook follower keep tabs and we’ll be sharing our additional exercises during this week!
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