Swansea and the surrounding areas of Port Talbot, Llanelli and further west to Pembrokeshire share the love of rugby of all Wales but also lots of other coastal related sports including surfing, swimming and triathlon with Ironman Wales a regular sell out. The support for Celtic Tri and the other triathlon clubs in the region is incredible.
With so much sport sadly comes some injuries with ITB band syndrome, tendonitis and shoulder injuries especially common. There are however lots of great sports injury clinics, therapists and specialist in the Swansea and wider region that can help minimise the time injured. Sports Injury Fix provides a one stop shop to find the right person for you for a post race or game sports massage through to a physio, osteopath or chiropractor. We can find the best Swansea based person for your need so use Sports Injury Fix and start the rehabilitation process today.
Here are few quick links to help you find your local sports injury specialists.
Acupuncture is where fine needles are inserted in to certain parts of the body as a form of complementary or alternative treatment. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.
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A Podiatrist is a specialist of the foot, ankle and lower limb. Musculoskeletal Podiatrists examine how the foot interacts with the ground and then try to consider how these forces combine and impact on the lower limb during day-to-day activities or during high impact sporting activities. A thorough musculoskeletal assessment of a patient’s complaint is required to allow the podiatrist to accurately identify the cause of a patient’s pain and allow a suitable course of treatment to be selected. The assessment will consist of dynamic and static testing in a weight and non-weight bearing situations. The following factors will need to be assessed: •Standing and foot posture •Gait (walking) •Alignment and position of lower limb •Joint motion •Muscle function Localised foot and ankle problems may come from areas located elsewhere away from the site of injury (e.g. the lower back, hip or knee), or have secondary untoward effects on other structures.