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Physical Therapy for Sports in Baltimore, MD

Physical Therapy for Sports Baltimore, MD

If you could benefit from physical therapy for sports Baltimore, MD team at LeMoine Physical Therapy can help. Whether you play professionally, you excel as an adolescent athlete, you play at the collegiate level, or you “simply” enjoy sports on an amateur or recreational level, our physical therapy specialists can assist you with your needs now and moving forward. It is important to keep your body in good shape at every stage in life, so do not let your injury get the best of you. We can help get you back on your feet and back into whatever sports you were playing before you got hurt. 

Physical Therapy for Sports – Baltimore, MD

The specialists at LeMoine Physical Therapy have extensive experience providing Baltimore, MD physical therapy for sports. It is important to understand that physical therapy methods can assist athletes who are recovering from acute injuries, those who are struggling with chronic conditions, and those looking to improve flexibility, balance, strength, and coordination generally. Unlike some other physical therapy offices, we pride ourselves on client-focused services. Meaning, that we do not treat physical therapy as a “one size fits all” approach to wellness. If you choose to work with our trusted, reputable, and knowledgeable team, you’ll benefit from a treatment plan that is uniquely tailored to address your specific needs, circumstances, and priorities.

How Physical Therapists Help Injured Athletes

Physical therapists use a variety of techniques to help athletes strengthen their bodies, recover from injury, increase flexibility, improve coordination, and generally ready themselves to play at the level that they’re aiming for. For example, our specialists regularly use movement-based guidance, strength and flexibility training, manual therapy, and Kinesio taping to help injured players reach their goals.

Whether your injury occurred as a result of overuse, trauma, or aggravation of a chronic condition, we can craft a treatment plan that uniquely addresses your medical circumstances, needs, and priorities. Additionally, if you are recovering from surgical intervention, we can work with your care team to better ensure that you heal properly and rehabilitate your affected tissues to the maximum extent possible under the circumstances.

Starting any kind of new medical treatment can be overwhelming. Know that we will take care to answer any questions and address any concerns that you may have at any time during the physical therapy process.

What Kind of Injuries a Physical Therapist Can Help With

There are so many different types of injuries athletes face. Often, there are certain injuries that are incredibly common in specific sports. Some very common injuries from sports we often see include:

  • Torn ACLs 
  • Broken bones
  • Torn achilles tendons
  • Tennis elbow 
  • Rolled ankles
  • Dislocations
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Shin splints
  • Sprains
  • Strains
  • + More

No matter what your injury is, physical therapy can likely help you. An experienced physical therapist will know what exercises can help you and how to assist you in making the fastest recovery possible for your injury. This will have to be in conjunction with doing it right. 

Ways a Physical Therapist Can Help You

Physical therapists have many different techniques to help their patients feel better. Some of the techniques we use are for pain management, while others will assist in the recovery process to get your body back in working order. Some of our services include: 

  • Manual manipulation: We will use our hands or devices to help ease the tension in your muscles. Sometimes, when you are injured, your muscles become tight and have a hard time relaxing. By releasing the tension and stretching the muscles, we will assist in easing your pain as well as making the muscles ready to be stretched and healed. 
  • Exercises and stretches: It is always important to send you home with exercises you can do in between physical therapy appointments. Whether we give you a full workout routine or just a few little things to do, it is crucial that you follow your “homework” diligently. This will help with the healing process and can strengthen muscles that need to be stronger in order to help you heal. 
  • We will help you strengthen other muscles to help your injury. Sometimes, you need to work out the surrounding muscles to help your injury heal. For example, if you hurt your neck, you may need to work on shoulder and back strength to take some of the strain away from your neck.

If you are wondering what a physical therapy appointment would look like for your injuries, contact LeMoine Physical Therapy today. We can set you up with a consultation to speak with a physical therapist so all of your questions can be answered. Do not hesitate to reach out. The sooner you contact us, the faster you can get relief from your injuries. 

Physical Therapy Services Are Available

If you are an athlete, a former athlete, or you simply enjoy recreational sports in your spare time, your body has likely been through a great deal over the years. Whether you’re struggling with the aftermath of sustaining an acute injury or you have chronic issues that are slowing you down, the experienced Maryland practitioners at LeMoine Physical Therapy can help you to recover. Sometimes, physical therapy can allow athletes to perform at higher levels than ever before. Other times, physical therapy can help injured players to recover to the absolute greatest extent under the circumstances. No two sports-related injury scenarios are ever exactly alike. Contact our team today to learn more about our approach to Baltimore, MD physical therapy for sports and about how we can assist you at this time – we look forward to meeting with you.