Acute Sports Injuries
When you get injured, it is not always necessary to go to your doctor before consulting us. Physiotherapists are first-line practitioners and we are able to help you with your acute injury. We will assess the extent of your injury and determine whether you will need to be referred to a specialist, or whether your injury can be treated with physiotherapy alone. If, however, you have a definite bone fracture, joint dislocation, complete tendon rupture or ligament tear, or any other severe injury, then it is advisable to get immediate medical attention.
If you sustain any of the above-mentioned injuries and have received the necessary medical attention, you will require follow-up rehabilitation. JustPhysio can definitely help you with your rehabilitation to get you back to full recovery.
For acute injuries that do not require surgery, early physiotherapy treatment will help to encourage healing and improve your recovery.
Chronic Sports Injuries
Some injuries tend to be persistent, recurring, and quite bothersome. These are the type of injuries that require longer treatment durations and thus your dedication to the treatment plan. Depending on the type of chronic injury you present with, we can advise you on how to recover and return to your daily life and activities.
Chronic injuries include bone stress fractures, joint instabilities or arthritis, ligament sprains, and tendinopathies. Muscle injuries usually heal well but in some cases, scar tissue forms. This thickened tissue causes discomfort and pain, and very often it will limit muscle function and restrict movement.
Initially, after assessing your specific problem, we will treat any existing pain and swelling. Thereafter, we aim to regain your normal movement and function. Depending on your specific goals, we work toward reaching full recovery to enable you to return to any activities or sports you may wish to return to.
Conditions We Treat
Jaw and TMJ Disorders
Chest Pain/ lung problems
Elbow & Arm Pain
Thoracic / upper back Pain
Lower back Pain
Wrist,hand and finger Pain
Lower leg Pain