Sports Injuries 

18 Tips to Recover from Your Sports Injury

Sports Injury

Symptoms of a Sport Injury might not be what you're expecting. Sure there is pain for the first few days, but the underlying problem sticks around long after the pain has gone.

A Sport Injury Can Cause:

  • Poor Posture
  • Scar Tissue Buildup
  • Muscular Pain
  • Poor Performance

There’s a great saying that goes, “Small hinges swing big doors”, and it’s often the simplest advice that wins in the end. The truth is, without knowing your Injury Pain or Stiffness or your history intimately, we cannot tell you which of these will work best for you. During our time as Physical Therapists, we’ve been able to narrow down what really does and doesn’t work when it comes to easing Injury Pain or Stiffness. The principles you are about to read include this knowledge.

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  • #1. Get Strong
    Along with stretching, begin an Athlete specific strengthening program 2-3 times a week. Doing exercises such as crunches, lunges, squats and planks will pay off big in your performance.
  • #2. Rest Up
    To play your best, make sure you have had enough rest. Most athletes underestimate the power of a good night’s sleep.
  • #3. Know Good Pain from Bad Pain
    Knowing the difference between "good" pain that's part of progress and "bad" pain that leads to injury starts in off-season Athlete-strengthening programs and continues through life. Those of us who know what "good" pain is also spend less time sitting out practices because we know how useful movement is for healing and furthering our own athletic progress.


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