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Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries are often the result of overuse and over training, such as runner’s knee or tennis elbow where the athlete pushes his/her body to the limit. Sports injuries can also occur due to under training or poor training practices. Not stretching or having a good warm up regime can also lead to injury as the body is not prepared for the exercise.

So whether you are a weekend warrior or an elite athlete, osteopathy can help with prevention of injury as well as treatment of many common sporting or recreational injuries. Ankle and shoulder injuries are very common in amateur and professional sport. These injuries are often neglected or poorly treated which can lead to recurrence and early degenerative conditions.

Some common sporting injuries are neck & back strain, shoulder, elbow & wrist injuries e.g. tennis/golf elbow, hip, knee, leg & ankle injuries, groin strain, achilles tendonitis, cartilage/ligament strain and more.

http://www.cedarhallclinics.co.uk/treatments_sports.html

Sports Injuries

 

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Cheering A Great Achievement!

There are some days in our life at Cedar Hall Clinic when something really fantastic happens and you just want to shout the good news from the rooftops. Today was one of those days. One of our sponsored athletes HAYLEY MCLEAN, a 400m hurdler, has been selected to represent Team England at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. A dream come true for a young woman who has worked incredibly hard to achieve her dreams. Hopefully she is now on the brink of a brilliant athletic career. Good luck Hayley – we’re with you all the way!!

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Posted by on June 17, 2014 in Clinic News

 

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