Sports Injury

Sports Injury at Fulwood Hall Hospital

Playing sport brings many benefits in addition to exercise, such as improved sleep and mental health, new and better relationships, and reduced stress. If you suffer a sports injury, you will want to seek prompt and effective treatment to help you get back to your sport as soon as possible.

Here at Ramsay you’ll be reassured that we offer highly effective sports injury treatment without having to wait.

If you suffer from a sports injury such as: plantar fasciitis, runner’s knee, an ACL tear, tennis elbow, a shoulder injury, or a broken bone, our team of experts can provide the specific sports injury treatment you need. This may include: physiotherapy (manual therapy, rehabilitation exercise and advice, taping or injury support), shock wave therapy (a new non-surgical treatment that initiates an inflammation-like response in the injured tissue and fast-tracks the healing process by regenerating blood vessels), and surgery (keyhole arthroscopy for diagnosis and treatment of wrist, elbow, shoulder, and knee injuries including ACL, and knee replacement surgery).

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