Sporting Injury

Bruises | Ligament sprains | Joint injuries | Over-use injuries

Sporting Injuries

A sporting injury is an injury that happens during sporting activity or exercise.

Sporting injuries are caused by direct impact, overuse or excessive force being applied to a body part. Injuries may have resulted from a sporting accident, improper training techniques or inadequate gear.

Sporting injuries are either classified as acute or chronic.

Acute sporting injuries are injures that occur suddenly, such as a strained back, sprained ankle or fracture.

Chronic sporting injuries are injuries caused by repeated or overuse.

Acute and chronic sporting injuries benefit from supervised physical rehabilitation.

Key Benefits

Total Joint Care ™ sporting injury rehabilitation service will enable you to return safely to your sporting activity sooner, reduce the incidence of repetitive sporting injuries and improve muscle imbalances, improve mobilisation, balance and co-ordination.

Safe Return To Your Sport Sooner

Our sports injury programs will enable you to return safely to your sporting activity sooner. 1

The need for a speedy and complete rehabilitation is integral in any individual returning to their sport. Physical therapy has been proven to  assist individuals in recovering from their sporting injury sooner.

Real Experience Where It Matters

We understand the importance of quick and effective return to activity. Our expertly trained and qualified team understands the needs of both the athlete and the importance of rehabilitating the injury properly.

Our expert multi-disciplinary team draws upon years of experience in professional sport and treating athletes involved in Rugby, Football, AFL, Dance, Cycling, G.A.A, Surfing, Skiing/Snowboarding, Golf and Swimming. We are also a current provider of physiotherapy to the Western Australian Cricket Association working with The Western Fury.

Injury Prevention

Motion specific resistance training activities can reduce the incidence of repetitive sporting injuries such as swimmers shoulder and tennis elbow, whilst structured resistance training programs correct muscle imbalances, assists athletes in regaining strength, and improve mobilisation, balance and co-ordination 2

  1. Compared to no intervention. Australian Physiotherapy Association accessed 10-Feb 2015
  2. Philip J. van der Wees, Anton F. Lenssen, Erik J.M. Hendriks, Derrick J. Stomp, Joost Dekker, Rob A. de Bie, Effectiveness of exercise therapy and manual mobilisation in acute ankle sprain and functional instability: A systematic review, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, Volume 52, Issue 1, 2006, Pages 27-37, ISSN 0004-9514,
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