Football is one of the sports with the highest injury rate – whether you are playing at a professional level or an amateur one. Most football injuries affect the lower extremities – defined as the groin, pelvis, hip, thigh, knee, calf, foot and ankle – and are most commonly caused by trauma, such as a collision with another player or an awkward landing. Alternatively, football injuries can develop over a period of time due to overuse and repetitive stress and strain.
If you have sustained a football injury, it is incredibly important to get it seen to and treated as soon as possible to prevent further or longer lasting damage being caused. We can treat a variety of football injuries here at Thorne Road, including:
- Sprained ankles
- Shoulder injuries
Here at Thorne Road, our dedicated team of highly trained staff can comprehensively assess your problem, ensuring a quick and effective diagnosis. Our wealth of experience means we can help treat an extensive selection of problems and get you back on the pitch as soon as possible! Give us a call today for more information.