Professional sports are often associated with a risk of injury. Many sports are considered extremely traumatic, such as football, rugby, hockey, basketball, boxing, wrestling and other martial arts. Despite this, sport is not losing its popularity, and medicine is constantly guarding the health of athletes, developing new methods of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of sports injuries.
The recovery process after injuries is very important to avoid post-traumatic complications and reduce rehabilitation time.
Common injuries of the lower extremities: menisci - shock absorbers of the knee joint, anterior cruciate ligament and Achilles tendon.
Due to microtrauma during blows, boxers damage the tendons of the extensors of the fingers of the hand, fractures of the metacarpal bones occur, and constant rotational movements of the shin lead to damage to the menisci.
Wrestlers most often suffer from knees, because it is on them that they mostly fight. The shoulders are seriously injured - for example, there are tears of the tendons of the muscles of the rotator cuff of the shoulder and damage to the articular lip. Interestingly, serious neck injuries in wrestlers are usually not observed. After all, she is well trained with them.
Due to the beating of the ball by the racket, athletes tend to inflame the tendons of the muscles that are responsible for extending the wrist, at the point of their attachment to the ulna. This pathology is called lateral epicondylitis or "tennis player's elbow". Injuries to the lower extremities are also quite common.
At the Kyivska Rus-Kyiv Physiotherapy Center, technologies are aimed at rapid regeneration of damaged tissues (pulsed magnetic fields, for example, accelerate fracture healing 3 times!), Improve blood circulation at the site of injury, reduce inflammation and edema, lymphatic drainage, and eliminate pain.
At your service are innovative devices designed specifically for sports clinics: hivomat (deep oscillation), tekar therapy, high-frequency microwave therapy, intra-articular injections, electrical stimulation, ultrasound therapy, carboxytherapy, traction table.
The patient is created the most comfortable conditions. The latest protocols and modern equipment allow for quick and comfortable recovery.