For experienced athletes accustomed to depending on their bodies to perform at a high level, the process of recovering from a sports injury may seem daunting. Among the questions an athlete may ask are these: How long will it take for my body to heal? When is the proper time for me to start rebuilding strength, mobility and endurance? And what can I do to avoid getting reinjured?
The certified physical therapists at Nevada Rehabilitation Centers have extensive experience guiding athletes through the various steps they will need to take in order to get healthy, get strong, and get ready to resume the sport they love — without fear of reinjury. Working with each patient’s physician, our highly trained, attentive staff perform an extensive evaluation in order to create an individualized program of treatment, stretching and strengthening to reduce pain, rebuild muscles, and restore mobility. At our clean. state-of-the-art facility, we have the specialized equipment and techniques required to restore your form as well as your confidence.
Sports injuries, which include muscle strains and tears, sprains, bruises and fractures, can occur for a wide variety of reasons. Some factors can make athletes more susceptible to these injuries, including skipping warmups, overtraining, lack of conditioning, and improper form or technique. Our physical therapists target the core areas of the body that athletes rely upon to perform at their best, and work closely with our patients to ensure those muscles and joints are working together.
Whether your goal is to get back on the bike, the court, the field, or the track, you can trust the treatment and training you will receive from the experienced physical therapists at Nevada Rehabilitation Centers]. We know how much participating in your sport means to you, and our goal is getting you back to it. Please contact us today to arrange an evaluation.
By Nevada Rehabilitation Centers
September 27, 2021