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Osteopathy Treatment for Sport Related Injuries in Melbourne

Our osteopath's mild treatment method is ideal for sports injuries since it allows us to correct your strain pattern as soon as you get hurt without making you feel worse.

In order to improve circulation and lymphatic drainage, which aid in pain relief and healing, our osteopaths work to realign your joints and reduce muscular strain.

Additionally, we align you properly so that the scar tissue that forms when a muscle or joint heals will be as well-aligned as possible and keep you strong but flexible.

What is Sport Related Injuries?

 

The harm brought on by a body colliding with a moving or still object is known as an impact injury.


Muscle strains and ligament sprains are the most often injured tissues in sports.
Sports injuries can happen on the playing field, in the gym, or even in daily activities such as climbing stairs or playing outside with the kids.


You can get workout regimens from osteopaths to assist you regain full function.


When the body is pushed past its typical physiological limit, muscle strains happen.


Anyone, from the physically unfit to professional athletes, can experience this.


An injury may be mildly strained or severely torn, depending on its degree.


When a joint is forced beyond its usual range of motion, ligament sprains happen.


The ligaments may be mildly stretched in a minor sprain or fully burst in severe traumas, depending on the extent of the injury.


It's crucial to rest, compress, and elevate the affected tissues as soon as possible after the accident.


After the injury, this can be done sporadically for several hours.


Osteopathic treatment, when started as soon as feasible, aids in drainage as well as helping to return the affected tissue to its natural balance.


The recuperation process is sped up, the discomfort is lessened, and the range of motion is returned to normal.


Surgery might be necessary in some situations where tissues have ruptured.
 

IMPACT OF SPORTS INJURIES

 

Bruising and, in more serious circumstances, fracture or dislocation, are possible outcomes of direct trauma to the body. The strain patterns caused by the impact injuries might inhibit recovery and may result in long-term dysfunction. The impact injuries may also affect the nearby bones and joints.


Osteopathic care can assist in reestablishing equilibrium and promoting tissue recovery.

 

TOP 5 COMMON IMPACT SPORT INJURIES

  • Soft Tissue Injury

  • Broken Bones

  • Brain Injury

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Psychological Injury

 

Typical impact injuries include fractures, head and spinal injuries, ligament and tendon damage, and spinal injuries.

 

SPORT INJURY

 

Sports injuries can happen on the playing field, but they can also happen in daily activities like walking the dog, climbing stairs, or jumping on trampolines (more common in children).
Although impact injuries are a common occurrence in contact sports, there are steps that may be taken to lessen the risk of experiencing one.


Rugby and boxing are two sports where protective equipment is frequently worn to prevent injuries to the body.


Osteopathy is a fantastic method for speeding healing.


You can get workout regimens from osteopaths to assist you regain full function.

 

REGULAR OSTEOPATHY TREATMENT

 

Osteopaths can serve as an alternative to other manual therapists like chiropractors, physiotherapists, and massage therapists by using a holistic approach to treating your pain.
They don't only concentrate on the wounded location; they treat the full body.


The osteopath may be more effective at reducing pain and increasing mobility thanks to this whole-body approach.


Osteopathy's mild treatment method is ideal for sports injuries since it allows them to correct your strain pattern as soon as you get hurt without making you feel worse.
Additionally, Osteopaths align you properly so that the scar tissue that forms when a muscle or joint heals will be as well-aligned as possible and keep you strong but flexible
 

What to expect from your Osteo sport injury consultation →

 

Sport's Osteopathy - Our Osteopaths that can help with injuries

Providing Osteopathy to Fitzroy North, Fitzroy, Carlton North, Carlton, Abbotsford, Clifton Hill, Collingwood, Northcote, Thornbury, Brunswick, Brunswick East, Preston and Fairfield.

Dr Amelia Caunt Osteopath The Neighbourhood Clinic

OSTEOPATH

M.H.Sci (Osteo)

B.Sc. (Clin.Sci.)MAOA

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OSTEOPATH

M.H.Sci (Osteo)

B.Sc. (Clin.Sci.), MAOA

Dr Nicholas Arora Osteopath The Neighbourhood Clinic

OSTEOPATH

M.H.Sci (Osteo)

B.Sc. (Clin.Sci.), MAOA