Sports Rehabilitation


This is an essential part of West Lancashire Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Clinic, where the integration of non-surgical and surgical specialists ensures that all patients receive a comprehensive and efficient evaluation and have access to the most-effective treatments. Our leadership in the research and development of innovative rehabilitation technologies and treatments allows us to bring the most-modern and effective approaches to our patients.

Rehabilitation Controlled Rest...

Controlled rest is critical in the recovery of injury. During this phase of rehabilitation, the patient should refrain from sports activity or abstain from the overuse abuse, and practice controlled exercise without load. During this phase, patient education regarding activity is paramount. It is critical to recovery to avoid strenuous activities at the onset of injury and progress to relatively pain free activities.

Movement and agility...

Sometimes sports people, or people in everyday life sustain injuries in the ankle or other areas needed for balance. Aging people naturally experience a degeneration in this ability unless they stay active. There is clearly a need for people to rehabilitate balance deficiencies that cause injuries. Lateral movement (moving sideways) and changing direction place significant stress on the feet, ankles and the legs. Muscle strength through the hips, waist and pelvic floor are areas to focus on.

The Structures behind this range of medical solution :

Sport Rehabilitation...

Sports rehabilitation encompasses the treatment of a sports-related or movement related injury and subsequent rebuilding of strength and mobility. This process may include everything from daily rounds of ice and heat to months of gradually progressing strengthening exercises. Several different careers may be involved in the process of sports rehabilitation, but the most common are sports rehabilitation professionals and sports therapists.


To restore balance to patients afflicted with the entire spectrum of musculature and neurological disorders.

Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) specialists often diagnose and evaluate patients with back or joint pain, sports injuries, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and amputations. The primary goal is to maximize functional movement — often through focused physical therapy, medication and non-operative interventions.


Exercise is the most widely used and best known type of rehabilitation therapy. Depending on the patient's condition, exercises may be performed by the patient alone or with the therapist's help, or with the therapist moving the patient's limbs. Exercise equipment for rehabilitation therapy could include an exercise table or mat, a stationary bicycle, walking aids, a wheelchair, practice stairs, parallel bars, and pulleys and weights.
“Our goal will always be to place the patient first."

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