At ALO Physiotherapy Clinic we specialise in treating sports people whether you’re a professional or an amateur athlete. Perhaps you have injured yourself playing sports by pushing yourself too hard, not warming up properly, using poor technique or falling awkwardly. Sports injuries come in many different forms and you can injure your muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, joints and connective tissues in a variety of ways.
Who do we help?
We have experience treating Olympic athletes, marathon runners, boxers, keen amateur runners, Cross fitters, Tri-athletes, cyclists, dancers, skiers, snowboarders and many more.
We have a wealth of experience treating sports enthusiasts. We understand the body and how each specific sport can be prone to certain types of injuries and need particluar specialist treatments to fix your pain.
At ALO Physiotherapy Clinic we want to ensure you that you can continue to exercise without pain and rehabilitate quickly whilst preventing any further injuries. We want to see you back up and running as soon as possible so that you don’t miss training and can continue enjoying the sport you love.
Types of Sports Injuries
- Tennis injuries – lower limbs including knees, hip injuries, spinal injuries, upper limb injuries including rotator cuff. To read more about tennis injuries and how to prevent them check out our blog post here: https://alo-physiotherapy.co.uk/tennis-injuries-why-they-are-so-common-and-how-to-prevent-them/
- Golf injuries – lower back pain. Check out how to prevent lower back pain while playing golf on our blog post here: https://alo-physiotherapy.co.uk/preventing-back-pain-in-golfers/
- Ski injuries – knee injuries, elbow injuries. We discuss ski injuries and how to prevent them on the blog here: https://alo-physiotherapy.co.uk/tips-to-prevent-and-manage-ski-injuries/
- Runners injuries – lower limb injuries including damage to the muscles and tendons between the calf and heel. For more information on how to prevent runners injuries read our blog post here: https://alo-physiotherapy.co.uk/preventing-running-injuries-in-novice-runners/
- Cycling injuries – knee pain, lower back pain, achilles tightness, muscle tightness and neck pain
- Weightlifting injuries – muscle strains, sprained ankle, knee injuries, shin splint, tendinitis and back pain