Wolverhampton whether it's Wanderers, Bilston Athletics, Rugby Football club or one of the many other sports clubs in and around Wolverhampton there are lots of people involved in sport at all levels. Sadly this often means that lots of people are injured too however, Sports Injury Fix provides a great service to list all of the sports injury clinics and specialists in the Wolverhampton area, Walsall and beyond. These cover sports therapy, gait analysis, physiotherapy, sports massage and many more.
The website allows you to filter by specific treatment type such as acupuncture or sports injury such as rotator cuff injury allowing you identify the best clinic or sports injury specialist for you. Start your recovery today.
Here are few quick links to help you find your local sports injury specialists.
Graduate Sports Rehabilitator providing high quality physical assessment and treatment from a clinical environment at the CKW Stadium, Castlecroft. Available for home visit.
Bodysense: body and soul fitness and wellbeing company, provide injury rehabilitation treatment, individualised lifestyle fitness training and remedial, therapeutic and relaxation massage therapy to individuals and small groups.
Target Sports Injury Clinic is part of City Osteopaths UK Ltd, a clinic that has been established since 2002 providing high-quality care in the area of pain management. We recognise however that the treatment of sports injuries often requires specialist skills and experience. The development of Target Sports Injuries represents an acknowledgement of our commitment to training and experience in the field of sports injury rehabilitation and prehabilitation. We believe we are different at Target Sports Injuries, as we search that bit deeper to find the cause of your injury rather than simply treating the area of pain. The type of treatment you will receive varies, it will depend on you, your sport and your problem. If you don't currently have an injury we can screen the functional aspects of you body specifically relating to your sport and identify areas which may benefit from preventative measures: or 'prehabilitation'.