Sports Injury Clinic at Oaks Hospital

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Sports Injury 


Oaks Hospital sports injury clinic covers the full range of sporting activities and is accessible at short notice, usually within 48 hours. Sports specific rehabilitation is also available for the following sports:


Biomechanical analysis and rehabilitation of running injuries. Specialist software for running technique, injury prevention for sports men and women that run/sprint.


Bicycle set up for cyclists and triathletes, injury prevention.


Technique and injury prevention including golfers elbow.


Technique and injury prevention.


Technique and injury prevention.


Technique and injury prevention including tennis elbow.


Technique and injury prevention.

Fitness Instructor

Physiotherapist qualified in fitness and can offer one:one sessions.

Shockwave Therapy

This can be used on acute and chronic injuries to accelerate return to play. As little as three sessions can relieve tendon problems that are normally brought about by intense sports training and competition such as football.


Electrotherapy is primarily used in physiotherapy for relaxation of muscle spasms, re-education of electrical muscle stimulation, maintaining and increasing range of motion and management of pain.


Our podiatrist specialises in sports injuries, including, shin splints, metatarsalgia, excessive pronation, plantar fasciitis, flat feet, mortons neuroma, heel pain and ingrown toe nails.


Pilates increases abdominal strength, vital for back and neck problems and athletes who require a strong core to compete in high level sport.


The use of medical imaging such as X-Ray, MRI/CT and Ultrasound to achieve a diagnosis.


We have a team of highly experienced Cardiologists that can screen for coronary disease and asses cardiac risk.


For more information, please call: 01206 753 295

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