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Sports medicine treatments refer to the various medical techniques and procedures used to prevent, diagnose, and treat injuries related to physical activity, sports, and exercise.


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What is Sports Medicine used for?

The objective of sports medicine is to help athletes perform at their best while reducing the risk of injuries. Some of the most common treatments include physical therapy, rehabilitation programs, medication, bracing and taping, orthotics, surgery, and sports massage.

Physical therapy uses exercises, stretches, and other therapeutic techniques to improve range of motion, strength, and flexibility, and help athletes recover from injuries. Rehabilitation programs are structured and designed to help athletes regain strength and flexibility following an injury. Medication can include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to reduce pain and inflammation, and other medications to manage specific conditions.

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Bracing and taping involves the use of braces and tape to support injured joints and muscles. Orthotics are custom-made shoe inserts that provide support and stability to the feet and ankles. In some cases, surgery may be necessary to repair a severe injury. Sports massage involves the use of massage techniques to improve blood flow, reduce muscle tension, and promote relaxation.


What are the benefits of Sports Medicine Treatments?

Pain management

Medications such as NSAIDs can reduce pain and inflammation.

Improved performance

Treatments such as physical therapy and sports massage can improve range of motion, flexibility, and strength, which can enhance performance.

Prevention of injuries

Sports medicine treatments can help prevent injuries by improving physical conditioning and addressing risk factors.


Structured rehabilitation programs can help athletes regain strength and mobility after an injury.

Treatment of specific conditions

Sports medicine treatments can be used to manage specific conditions such as tendinitis, stress fractures, and concussions.

Customised support

Orthotics, bracing, and taping can provide customised support to joints and muscles, helping to prevent and manage injuries.

Our Specialists

We have gathered the Leading Joint Preservation specialists in the UK into one team.

Dr. Johnathon Treat

Advanced Therapy Practitioner, Arthrosamid, Durolane, Goldic, Growth Factor Injections

Mr Ansar Mahmood

Advanced Therapy Practitioner, Arthrosamid, Durolane, Goldic, Growth Factor Injections

Dr. Edwin Spindrift

Advanced Therapy Practitioner, Arthrosamid, Durolane, Goldic, Growth Factor Injections

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Some of the Athletes we work with

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the role of physical therapy in sports medicine?

Physical therapy plays a crucial role in sports medicine by helping athletes recover from injuries, improving range of motion, strength, and flexibility, and reducing the risk of future injuries.

Are sports medicine treatments only for professional athletes?

No, sports medicine treatments can benefit anyone who participates in physical activity, from weekend warriors to elite athletes. They are designed to help prevent and treat injuries related to sports and physical activity.

Are medications commonly used in sports medicine treatments?

Yes, medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can be used to manage pain and inflammation. However, medications are not always necessary and are typically used in conjunction with other treatments such as physical therapy, rehabilitation, and lifestyle modifications.

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