Following on from the bruising post I thought it may be useful to look at other impact injuries. One that particularly stands out is the coccyx or tailbone.
At some point in sport most people will have landed on their butt and it hurts.
Being a sports therapist I see a lot of bruises and they come in many unique shapes and sizes.
Following on from the last blog post I thought it would be a good idea to talk about the mental side of injury – hopefully you agree.
After the last blog post, I thought why not keep it logical for once and look at the unfortunate alternative – broken ankle.
It is important in any injury to have an understanding of how to deal with it, otherwise how are you meant to begin recovering from a sports ankle injury?
Physio Blog - by Amy Brown
As well as skating for Newcastle Roller Girls, Amy is also a sports therapist and has a keen interest in most sports. She has worked in various settings including professional football, women’s premiership rugby, 2012 Olympics and superleague netball. Having undertaken a range of postgraduate training, Amy is also a Kinesio taping practitioner and member of the Society of Sports Therapists.
Alongside providing injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation within sport she also works in private clinics treating both athletes and the general public.
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