Injury rehabilitation can be a difficult thing to go through for anyone, even if you have good support from people around you. You may be itching to get back into professional sports, especially if this is the basis of your career, or you may just need to recover fully before you can get on with the rest of your life.
What you may not initially realise is the number of different sports health professionals who could potentially contribute to you making a full and speedy recovery. A few different types of professionals who may be able to help may include the following.
Qualified physiotherapists may be educated to degree level or beyond, depending on their specialism, and may even be in the process of training to become a doctor. If you’ve suffered a sports injury, especially a musculoskeletal one, they will usually come up with a bespoke exercise and treatment plan to help you gradually recover.
In order to offer advice and treatment to people with spinal injuries, long term conditions or pain from various causes, qualified chiropractors must complete four years of specialised training to earn their doctorate. This is due to the highly complex nature of many spinal conditions and the broad range of potential consequences. A chiropractor will be essential in your recovery from any serious back problem. Continue Reading