Sports Therapy

Sports Therapy and Personal Training

Sports therapy and rehabilitation is a branch of healthcare that focuses on preventing, treating, and rehabilitating injuries related to sports and physical activity. It is a multidisciplinary field that involves the use of various techniques and methods to help individuals recover from injuries and improve their overall performance.

Sports therapists and rehabilitation specialists work with individuals of all levels of functional abilities to help them recover from injuries and get back to their usual life  as quickly and safely as possible. They use a variety of techniques, including manual therapy, exercise therapy, and other modalities such as heat or cold therapy, electrical stimulation, and ultrasound to aid in recovery.

In addition to injury treatment and rehabilitation, sports therapists also work to prevent injuries through rehabilitation, which involves identifying potential areas of weakness and developing exercises and strategies to address them before they become problematic.

Exercise therapy and rehabilitation is a critical role in enabling our clients return back to an active life following an intensive rehabilitation  stay healthy and maintain their gained skill sets.

Our Graduate Clinical Sports and Rehabilitation Therapists are experts in the field of sports injury and rehabilitation, returning you back to full fitness, quickly.

  • Sports therapy can aid to identify the cause, nature and diagnosis for your injury
  • Aim to relieve and alleviate symptoms through therapeutic treatment modalities
  • Education on management of your injury
  • Enable clients to bridge the gap between neurological rehabilitation and discharge plan.
Sports therapy can provide several benefits following neurological rehabilitation:

  • Improved mobility: Sports therapy can help improve mobility and physical function in individuals with neurological conditions, such as stroke, spinal cord injury, or multiple sclerosis.
  • Enhanced strength and balance: Sports therapy can help individuals with neurological conditions to improve their strength, balance, and coordination, reducing their risk of falls and other accidents.
  • Pain management: Sports therapy can help manage pain associated with neurological conditions, using techniques such as massage, manual therapy, and modalities such as heat or cold therapy.
  • Improved quality of life: Sports therapy can help individuals with neurological conditions improve their overall quality of life by reducing pain, improving mobility, and increasing physical activity.
  • Social interaction: Participating in sports therapy can provide individuals with neurological conditions with social interaction and a sense of community, which can be beneficial for their mental health.
  • Cognitive benefits: Sports therapy can provide cognitive benefits, such as improved attention and memory, for individuals with neurological conditions.

The treatment approach enables individuals with neurological conditions to improve their physical function, reduce pain, and enhance their overall quality of life. It can also provide cognitive benefits and social interaction, contributing to their overall well-being.

Book a treatment home, school or community visit

To make clients feel as comfortable as possible, we offer home visits or arrange treatment at one of our community clinics at William Merritt Centre, Leeds, or a similar centre or location of your choice in your local community across the North West and Yorkshire, or we could arrange to see you at a suitable space within your community.

We appreciate our clients may have mobility restrictions and will always consider how to make consultations and treatments as convenient, time optimised and pain-free as possible. Community-based rehabilitation and integration back into the community is the key to any successful rehabilitation. Besides the benefit of a familiar environment and the discipline of following treatment plans within their own setting , community-based treatment enables the client to stay motivated while involving their family and friends.