Sports Injuries and Muscular Pain
Regarding deep or superficial muscle pain, we treat with superficial massage, deep massage, dry needling, TENS, Ultrasound or Diathermy. This muscle pain can occur in contractures, post-operative injuries, muscle contraction, etc.
A sports physiotherapist is defined as: “A recognized professional who demonstrates advanced competencies in promoting safe participation in physical activity, advising and adapting rehabilitation and training interventions, with the aim of preventing injuries, restoring functionality and contribute to improving sports performance, in athletes of all ages and types, while ensuring a high level of professional and ethical practice”
A significant proportion of the patients we treat have sports related injuries. Our expertise in sports massage and biomechanical analysis will help you return to your activities, unlocking your full potential, as a result.
The most common pathologies we treat:
Tendon sprains and strains. Shoulder tendonitis. Goosefoot tendonitis. Supraspinatus tendonitis. Rotator cuff tendonitis. Patellar tendonitis. Achilles tendonitis. Tennis elbow. Golfer elbow. Ligament sprains. Lateral ligament. Injury of the ankle. Acute muscular injuries/tears. Chronic overuse injuries and biomechanical problems. Myofascial trigger points. Fibromyalgia. Contusions and bruises. Muscle contractures, Trigger points, Cervical pain, Low back pain, Fibrillary rupture. Shoulder bursitis, Tendinitis of the tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii, Dislocation of the patella, strengthening of the vastus medialis. Pyriformis syndrome, Treatment of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), Epicondylitis, De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, Tronchanteritis, Tension in the tensor of the fascia lata, Tendinitis of the knee ligaments, Patellar tendonitis, Achilles tendon tendinitis, Hip bursitis, Popliteal Hollow Pain, Dorsalgia, plantar fasciitis, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Shoulder calcification, Calcaneus bone calcification. Knee meniscopathy, Dislocations such as Shoulder, Rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament and posterior cruciate ligament of the knee…
If you have any questions please contact us +34 649 22 42 40