Sports physiotherapy is a specific classification of physical therapy designed to correct sports injuries. Although sports physical therapy still applies some of the basic principles observed across all physiotherapy platforms, special exercises and techniques are used to ensure that athletes can return to their sport with the same competitiveness as before injury or surgery.
After an injury, the athlete's range of motion around the injured joint and muscle is severely limited. In sports rehabilitation, physical therapists are trained to work with you to restore your strength, flexibility, and movement.
Using their training to identify deficiencies in the biomechanics of the human body, they target injuries with a series of exercises that target muscles, stretches, communication techniques, and even specialized equipment.
People often ask when the best time to see a sports therapist is. In fact, the best time to travel is as soon as you experience some unusual pain or discomfort that doesn't go away. The sooner you start sports rehabilitation, the easier and faster you will recover.
The same is true of postoperative sports rehabilitation. Immediately after surgery, it is advisable to go to a physiotherapy center immediately. Physical therapists are experienced in surgical procedures and can develop a successful recovery plan based on the type of surgery you performed.
They use their experience to adequately estimate recovery time based on your body's postoperative limitations and offer exercises that match your surgical recovery speed.