Your Team for Effective Sports Physiotherapy in White Rock

Physiotherapy provides effective treatment plans for a variety of injuries. If you’ve been injured while playing a sport, whether hockey, softball or tennis, physiotherapy can help. When you rely on White Rock Orthopaedic for sporty injury rehab in Surrey, you’ll be able to get back into the game as quickly as possible. 

Our experienced team of physiotherapists have effectively treated everything from ankle sprains to muscle strains and tears. No matter how severe your sports injury is, we can evaluate your situation and provide you with a treatment plan that will reduce pain, stimulate the healing process and strengthen core components.

Common Sports Injuries & Our Treatment Options

Each person is physiologically different, and each injury you face will be something all your own. Rather than providing a one-size-fits-all treatment plan, the physiotherapists at White Rock Orthopaedic offer personalized sports injury rehab in Surrey, so that your individual needs will be met.

Some of the most common sports injuries we encounter and the treatment options we offer here at White Rock Orthopaedic include:

  • Ankle sprains: Sprains are injuries to ligaments, which connect bones in a joint. Stretching a ligament past its limits can cause deformities or tears. A sprained ankle may be difficult to walk or compete on. 
  • Treatment includes: Range-of-motion exercises, stretching, strength training and balance exercises. 
  • Hamstring strains: A strain is an injury to muscle fibres or tendons, which anchor your muscles to your bones. Strains are often called pulled muscles because they are caused by over-stretching or over-using a muscle, which causes tears. 
  • Treatment includes: Stretching, strengthening exercises and surgery for extreme cases. 
  • Shin splints: Shin splints often manifest themselves as a throbbing or aching in your shins after running. Also called medial tibial stress syndrome, shin splints are caused by stress on your shinbone and the connective tissues that attach muscles to your bones. Shin splints cause these muscles and tissues to become inflamed and painful. 
  • Treatment includes: Rest, icing to ease swelling and pain, prescription of orthotics and strength training. 
  • ACL tears: The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most commonly injured knee ligament. It connects the thigh bone to the shin bone and can be torn or injured from various sports activities. 
  • Treatment includes: In addition to resting, icing and compressing your knee, you will need to wear a knee brace to stabilize your knee and practice stretching and strengthening exercises. Surgery is often required. 
  • Tennis elbow: Repetitive motions, such as swinging a tennis racket, can lead to lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow. Related to muscle and tendons in your forearm, tennis elbow can lead to small tears. 
  • Treatment includes: Stretching, strengthening exercises and other modalities.

Contact Us to Schedule Sports Physiotherapy in Surrey

To learn more about our sports physiotherapy in Surrey and to schedule an appointment for sports injury rehabilitation, please contact our office. We can answer any questions you have and schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physiotherapists.


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