What is Sports Therapy?

Sports Therapy is an aspect of healthcare that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.

Our Sports Therapists are experts and have completed a university degree in sports therapy. They work with you to enable you to return back to full fitness, quickly.

See also Sports Therapy for Golfers

What are the benefits of Sports Therapy?

Sports therapists use hands on treatments combined with exercises to:

Relieve pain and other symptoms

Increase quality of life

Maintain and maximise movement

Improve strength

Prevent future injuries

Who is Sports Therapy for?

Sports Therapy is perfect for you if:

You want to get to the root cause of an on-going injury
You want to recover quickly following a sports injury
You want to improve sporting performance
You want to work with a professional to reduce the risk of injury

How do I book an appointment?

To book your first appointment with us:

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Call Us

Give us a call on 07835712306 / 02394-350270. Our phone lines are open from 8am-5pm weekdays.

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We will be able to find a convenient time for you to come in and see us at our clinics in Stansted Park, Rowlands Castle. Our clinics are located close to Hayling Island, Emsworth, Waterlooville, Havant, and Chichester.

We want you to keep taking part in the sports and activities you love doing.

What we treat?

We treat anyone with any sports injury, including; plantarfaciitis, achilles tendinopathy, back pain, knee pain, ITB syndrome, rotator cuff injury, neck pain, calf strains, tennis elbow plus many more too.

We have close links with local triathlon, cycling, running, golf, sailing clubs, and tennis clubs.

What does Sports Therapy involve?

Sports Therapists use the knowledge and skills gained during their university degree to examine, treat, rehabilitate neuromuscular and musculoskeletal symptoms (muscle, joint and nerve related issues).

Your sports therapist will listen and work with you to plan a treatment programme in order to achieve your goals, whatever your age or sporting ability.