Sports injury rehab in Bangkok
Recover from sports injuries by following a customised and effective rehab plan
If you’ve recently picked up a Sports Injury, or if you’ve been suffering with an injury for a while — it can be very tempting to pass it off as “nothing serious” and simply “put up with it” carrying on as best you can. But the truth is you probably need treatment for your injury.
Sports injuries can be very confusing because more often than not, where the pain is coming from, isn’t actually the area that needs to be fixed and worked on and if you rest for too long — other parts of the body become just as affected, if not more problematic! What’s worse is that many people just end up accepting ‘their days of being active are over’ — as if it’s normal, as if it ‘has’ to be that way.
Or, it can be very easy to get disheartened and end up feeling “stuck”, wondering if you’ll ever be able to get back to playing sport or keeping active like you used to. If that’s happening to you, you’re not alone — we see people going through this all the time. In fact, we have helped a diverse range of people pinpoint their issues and regain their mobility and muscle function.
If your sports injury isn’t going away, here are 6 more reasons why it could be lasting longer than it should:
If any of these have happened to you or if you know you need help but don’t know where to start or which treatment is best for you, we invite you to book a call with one of our specialists to find out what can be done to help you. The fact that you’ve tried any or all of these things already is a good thing because when you know what does not work, you are closer to finding what does.
How we treat sports injuries
Sports Injuries can be treated effectively once they’ve been diagnosed properly and we help our patients overcome it by following these 3 steps:
Team Based Approach. Our ultimate goal is to get you back to doing the things you love without painkillers, injections, and surgeries. We do that by involving our entire team. Every case is regularly reviewed by the Head of each Department to give you the highest chance of success. It is thus not uncommon for our team to recommend a multi-disciplinary approach between Physiotherapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Alternative Thai Medicine. However, after the consultation, we will recommend the treatment method that best suits your needs, whether that’s a combination of therapies or a single method.