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When Should I Start Physical Therapy After a Sports Injury?
When Should I Start Physical Therapy After a Sports Injury?

Most people will experience some kind of physical injury in their lifetime, and sports injuries are particularly common amongst children. More than 3.5 million children and teens are injured each year as part of organized sports or physical activity. In fact, one-third of ...

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Blog posts in Sports Injuries

  • How to Avoid Shin Splints

    What Are Shin Splints? Shin splints is a condition that is most often affected in runners and is also known as Shin medial tibial stress syndrome, ...

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  • Common Sports Injuries During Puberty

    More pre-teens and adolescents are practicing their chosen sports year-round than ever before. Many hope to make that varsity team, earn an athletic ...

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  • Why Stretching Before Exercise Is Important

    When you’re in the swing of a fitness routine, you may emphasize the importance of building muscle mass and improving your aerobic fitness over proper ...

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  • Contact Sports and How to Keep Children Safe

    Children should be physically active, and sports are a great way to make sure kids get their exercise, stay healthy, do well in school, and even have ...

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  • Physical Therapy for Sprained Ankles

    Thousands upon thousands of people twist their ankles every hour. Sprained ankles are so abundantly common, some refer to them as the “common cold of ...

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  • How Physical Therapy Can Prevent Sports Injuries

    Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, just starting out in the gym, or simply trying to stay active on occasion, you can suffer a sports injury. Luckily, ...

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  • Common Football Injuries and How to Heal Them

    Whether you’ve played football yourself or you’ve only been a spectator, you’re aware that it’s a rough sport that can inflict a number of different ...

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  • Inspirational Stories to Motivate Your Recovery

    The practice of physical therapy is rooted in evidence-based science, which can entail a rigid clinical objectivity. However, another major component ...

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  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

    Factors that Contribute to the Development of CTE If you pay any attention to professional football, you’ve probably heard of chronic traumatic ...

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