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Sports Injury Rehabilitation
in Etobicoke

What is a Sports Injury?

A sports injury is any injury sustained during a specific sport such as hockey, tennis, basketball, golf, or even hiking. Any physical activity could result in an acute strain or sprain, a break, or even a chronic injury.

What Happens During a Sports Injury Assessment

After assessing your history, physical assessments can include a posture analysis, gait analysis, range of motion testing, muscle testing, and ligament stability testing.

What Happens During a Sports Injury Treatment

Your treatment may include stretching, progressive strengthening, sport-specific strengthening, posture re-education, taping, and/or the use of modalities.

physical therapy to recover from sports injury

Conditions Sports Injury Rehabilitation Can Address:

  • Concussion and whiplash injuries
  • Muscle strains
  • Ligament sprains
  • Rotator cuff injuries and tears
  • Impingement syndromes
  • Neck and back pain and injuries
  • Shoulder, elbow and wrist pain and injuries
  • Hip, knee and ankle pain and injuries
  • Fractures and dislocations
  • Tendinopathies
  • AC joint injuries
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Tennis elbow
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • ACL sprains and tears
    Hamstring and groin strains
  • Sciatica
  • Shin splints
  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Achilles tendinitis and tears
  • Plantar fasciitis

…and more

Whether your sports injury is acute, chronic, or post-operative, the team at All About Physio are trained and dedicated to helping your athletic performance improve.
Whether it’s to get back into the game or just enjoy daily life, our Etobicoke sports physiotherapists are here! Book online today.

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P: 647-598-2201

E: info@allaboutphysio.ca

577 Burnhamthorpe Rd,

Unit 1 Etobicoke,

ON, M9C 2Y3

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 9am-7pm

Saturday: 9am-2pm

Sunday: Closed