WHETHER YOU ARE AN OLYMPIC ATHLETE OR JUST ENJOY BEING ACTIVE, THERE IS ALWAYS THE UNFORTUNATE RISK OF AN INJURY THAT CAN TAKE YOU OUT OF YOUR GAME OR ACTIVITIES. Our sports injury clinic in Birmingham and Solihull is one of the top and highly regarded clinics the UK offering conservative and specialist treatments aimed at helping you recover from and fixing your complaint – ultimately, so you can make a full return to your sport and your life. Here at Dynamic Osteopaths & Re
Mr Adam Whatley, of Dynamic Osteopaths is a specialist in the revolutionary treatment in regenerative medicine that is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). This is a treatment that is used to help stimulate and facilitate the healing and repair of a sports injuries for individuals who our suffering with chronic injury and are looking for improved recovery with a minimally invasive treatment. PRP is a simple treatment, that is performed by taking a small amount of the patient's own bl
Whether you’re an elite athlete or just like to partake in sports at a beginners level there is always a risk of becoming injured. Here at Dynamic Osteopaths we operate a Sports Injury Clinic providing specialist Sports Injury Treatment in Solihull and Edgbaston Birmingham. Below, we would like to run through some of the most common sporting injuries along with sports injuries treatment. TWO COMMON FORMS OF SPORTS INJURIES: Acute traumatic injuries Other than acute pitch-side
Here at Dynamic Osteopaths in Bromsgrove and Solihull we are providing ongoing treatments in back pain, back pain and sports injuries. Here we are providing a list below on everyday conditions we see, diagnose and treat: - chronic low back pain - acute back pain - sacroiliac joint pain - injury related back pain - sciatica and trapped nerve - neck pain and whiplash - shoulder tendinitis / rotator cuff damage - bursitis - tennis elbow/golfers elbow - chronic sports injury ( E.
What Structures can be involved in Overuse Injuries? Tendons injuries Tendon insertion injures Muscle injuries Soft tissue compartments (e.g. compartment syndrome) Cartilage injures Nerve tissue Bone (e.g. stress fracture) Stress and strains are applied to the body everyday. Your body adapts by strengthening the various tissues involved - muscles get stronger, tendons get stronger and bone density increases. However, sometimes adaptation cannot occur, and then excessive overl