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Soft Tissue Injury Physiotherapy Treatment

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What is a Soft Tissue Injury?

Soft tissue injuries are the most common injury in sport. Soft tissue refers to tissues that connect, support or surround other structures and organs of the body.

Soft tissue includes muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, nerves, fibrous tissues, fat, blood vessels, and synovial membranes.

Soft Tissue Injury Symptoms?

Soft tissue injuries are commonly categorised depending on the time frame since the injury and the healing processes that are occurring at that time.

Acute (Protection Phase)

– Pain, bleeding, and swelling is at its worst in this phase. Your body’s aim at this point is to protect your injury from further damage.

Sub-Acute (Repair Phase)

– A soft tissue injury is termed as sub-acute when the initial acute phase makes a transition to repairing the injured tissues.

Late Stage (Remodelling Phase)

– At six weeks post-soft tissue injury your healing tissue is reasonably mature but as you stretch, strength and stress your new scar tissue it often finds that it is not strong enough to cope with your increasing physical demand.

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Physiotherapy treatment for soft tissue injuries

An experienced Physiotherapist can assess your injury, and confirm both the diagnosis and extent of damage. We will provide you with advice, hands-on treatment and exercises which will promote a prompt and effective recovery, as well as reduce the risk of further injury in the future. (see also “how to avoid running injuries”) Your  Specialist Physiotherapist will also advise you on a progressive return to normal activities and alternative exercises to follow whilst you are injured.

An experienced Physiotherapist can assess your injury, and confirm both the diagnosis and extent of damage. We will provide you with advice, hands-on treatment and exercises which will promote a prompt and effective recovery, as well as reduce the risk of further injury in the future. (see also “how to avoid running injuries”) Your  Specialist Physiotherapist will also advise you on a progressive return to normal activities and alternative exercises to follow whilst you are injured.

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