Oxford Sports Therapy
About 95% of sporting injuries are minor soft tissue injuries and happen more with younger children who are less able to recognise the early signs of a strain.
Over 50% of sporting injuries can be resolved with self-care and little if any treatment, but around 10% need extensive treatment to ensure long term adaptations do not further stress the joint involved or the whole structural system.
Typical injuries include:
Repetitive strain injuries
Returning to sport post-injury
Rectus femoris strains and ruptures
- Common swimming injuries
Posterior pelvic tilt injuries
Flexion related low back pain
Other overuse injuries
For more information on postural alignment programmes and or core strength go to our contact page and ask us a question or call: 01865 751111
Call Now - Sarah Couchman - 01865 751111 at The Wellbeing Clinic (Appointments are limited so please try and book in advance to avoid disappointment).
This is probably one of the most underestimated areas of structural medicine, yet it is fundamental for the spine and associated joints to be in alignment. Typical causes of problems in this area are heavy school bags, sports bags, repetitive work working activities, driving or adaptations from a pre-existing injury.
Call Now Sarah Couchman ND BSc D.O. Sp Dip 01865 751111 (Appointments are limited Saturday AM).