Suffering a sports injury can cause great distress. You might be forced to take time away from your sport which can set you back as an athlete. We understand what you are going through, and we want to provide you with the treatment you need to recover quickly.
Please keep reading to learn a bit more about sports injuries. Then give us a call right away to set up an appointment. We are here to help you heal.
What is a Sports Injury?
Some sports are dangerous. There are risks with most sports that you partake in, some more than others. There are many different types of accidents that happen in sports that can result in various injuries.
You might suffer a sports injury if you did not warm up correctly before a practice or competition. You might get hurt if you are in a sport that involves contact with other athletes such as football. You might also be injured if you perform at a level that you are not ready to do such as lifting too heavy before you are strong enough to do so.
Types of Sports Injury We Treat
We see people who have been hurt during their sport often. The type of injuries that we treat vary widely. We’ve seen swimmers with shoulder injuries from doing butterfly strokes. We have treated ankle injuries on gymnasts who landed badly at practice. Knee injuries are common among soccer players.
We encourage you to come to us if you have been injured during your sports. We can diagnose and treat your injury under one roof. You do not have to worry about being sent all over WNY to get the treatment that you need to get better and get back to playing your sport.
We have physical therapy for injury recovery. We strongly recommend physical therapy for injuries so that you can recover from this injury without worrying about repeat injury.
Call Our Office Today
If you are suffering from a sports injury, we urge you to reach out to us right away. Treatment is waiting for you, and we are here to provide you with the tools you need to recover. Call our office right away. We would like to get you set up with an appointment so you can start feeling better sooner. When dealing with an acute injury, do not hesitate to reach out.