Take control of your sporting injury now
No matter whether you are involved in sport for pleasure or you’re a professional, we understand the frustration and disappointment you feel when you suffer pain, experience a one-off injury or endure a recurring problem. Unfortunately, this stuff’s pretty common when you’re involved in any regular sporting activity, but the right help will keep you active in the long term. It may be that you need an injury diagnosed that stems from playing sport or you need treatment for an ailment that is made worse by sport or activity? Alternatively, you might be keen to get to the root of a problem that’s holding back your performance? Even if you’re lucky enough to be pain-free right now, it may be that you’re building up to an event or simply want to improve your sporting performance? Either way, we understand and you’re now in the right place.
Great reasons to choose our Sports Clinic
- Our therapists 'get' your problem, because they are heavily involved in sport themselves
- We have therapists who treat sport-related problems, day in day out
- We will give you exercises to keep you active whilst you are being treated, to keep you fit whilst you're recovering.
Typical sporting injuries we treat
Here’s an idea of some of the conditions we’re most commonly asked to treat:
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
- Meniscus (cartilage) problem
- Plantar fasciitis
- Achilles Tendinitis
- Shin Splints
- Adductor sprains
- Piriformis syndrome
- Tendon pain (teninitis)
- De quervain's tenosynovitis
- Dupuytren's contracture
- Radical Head Fracture
- Runners knee (Patellofemoral pain syndrome)
- Pinched nerve
The key to finding the right solution
If you’re on the lookout for a professional who will give you a thorough physical check-up and provide the right treatment that gets to the root of your sporting problem (particularly important with recurring injuries) or if you want guidance and help to prevent injury, at the Physio Centres, we’re here to help.
Not only will we work with you to get you back to your activity, we'll help you to improve your sports performance and reduce your risk of injury by developing a better understanding of how you move. By diagnosing you fully, we find out where problems might arise and what you can do to protect yourself from injury, as well as seriously raising your performance.
We do this by:
- Diagnosing your sporting injury or issue
- Treating your pain at source
- Screening for the prevention of future injuries
- Assessing the specific actions that cause you problems
- Providing guidance and advice to improve your sport programme and training schedule
Work with a sport specialist
You can read all about the personal journeys our therapists took to becoming specialist sport physios below. In a nutshell, our dedicated therapists are trained and specialised in the treatment of sports injuries, rehabilitation after sports injuries and sport treatment techniques as well as truly understanding the sports person’s mentality. We have extensive experience in treating sports men and women at all levels and share a longstanding and strong personal interest in sport.
In short, we really “get” people who participate in sport, your needs and motivations, and are exceptional at the treatment of complex sporting problems and recurring injuries in particular. We work closely with our biomechanics specialist and our nutritionist and together take a truly global view of every sports person we treat, giving you the greatest possible chance of achieving your personal best.
The way we treat you
We’ll accurately assess your sporting style to help pinpoint the stresses that your sporting style might be putting on your body. Things we look at typically assess include imbalance in your muscular system, your efficiency and your functional ability. All of this information not only helps us get you on a track to being pain free, it enables us to share tactics with you that you can use to develop a new, real and workable strategy to boost your sporting performance and reduce your risk of time on the side-lines.
Book your Appointment
To make your appointment with a physio, just call us on 0131 556 1116 for Edinburgh or 0141 332 6000 for Glasgow, or use the form below.
Find out what will happen during your first visit and how much it costs. There’s no need to spend another day in pain; help is available, right here, right now.