How Sports Therapy May Improve Your Athletic Ability

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Sports therapy is commonly used to treat a wide variety of injuries that professional, amateur and recreational athletes get during their games and training. The number of sports-related injuries has increased nationwide because people are using sports to increase their daily activity levels, which makes this type of therapy more important than ever before. It pays to know when and from whom you should seek sports therapy before you need it.

Excel Sports and Physical Therapy has been helping injured sports players like you in the greater St. Louis, Missouri area for more than two decades. We pride ourselves on offering you experienced and compassionate care for your injuries from any of our 11 conveniently located offices. When a sports injury threatens your season, our team is ready to help you with personalized sports therapy plans.

Why it pays to know about sports therapy

Sports therapy is a growing need for people who play sports across the country, especially if you’re one of the many people who is using sports as a fun way to be more active.

Maybe you’ve wanted to increase your physical activity for a while, and you’re just now taking a step toward getting more active. It is true that taking up a sport can be a great way for you to get fit in an interesting and enjoyable way.

There are also a few downsides to increasing your physical activity level by playing a sport. One downside is that you’re more likely to injure yourself while playing sports because it requires extreme body movements that you may not be ready for.

Excel Sports and Physical Therapy is here to help you deal with any sports injuries that you get thanks to our personalized sports therapy plans. These therapy plans can be tailored to fit your individual injury and may be able to help you recover from a variety of sports injuries, including:

  • Throwing injuries
  • Sprains and strains
  • ACL issues (injuries to a knee ligament)
  • Rotator cuff tears (injuries to the shoulder joint)

By using our personalized therapy plans on these and other sports-related injuries, our team of sports therapists at Excel Sports and Physical Therapy may be able to help you recover from your injury in less time than you may have thought possible.

For more information about sports therapy or other services our team offers, contact Excel Sports and Physical Therapy now.