Common Sports Physio Injuries
A very common injury in athletes and presents in various forms and severities.
Seen often in GAA and Soccer, this is a sudden injury to the muscle-tendon unit in the groin.
A most common knee injury, caused by forcefully twisting or rotating, often when bearing weight.
Tennis & Golfer's Elbow
Both are overuse injuries where the respective outer or inner end of the elbow becomes inflamed.
Inflammation of the thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot. A runner’s injury.
A type of shin pain usually caused by exercise. Occurs when the leg is under too much stress.
Rotator Cuff Injury
An injury to the muscles or tendons surrounding the shoulder joint. Can happen gradually or suddenly.
Repetitive Strain Injury
A gradual build-up of damage to muscles, tendons and nerves from repeated motions.
Naturally, you may be suffering from an injury that is not listed above. Being based inside a gym, we are equipped to deal with any and all sporting injuries. Sport at any level takes its toll on the body and managing this is key to living your best life. Here at mybod, we are dedicated to ensuring you get the right treatment by the right healthcare professional. Here at mybod, we are dedicated to ensuring you get the right treatment by the right professional.
With your Physio
Your Physiotherapist will assess your movement from lying to standing. They may also run tests to get a sense of what is happening. Your Physiotherapist will explain the findings of your assessment to you and answer any questions you have. You will leave with a set of clear instructions and a firm understanding of your injury, feeling prepared and more comfortable.
Your Care Plan
After your session, your Physio will provide you with a link to access your digital Exercise Programme, available in PDF format or via an app called Physiapp. This will have both guidelines and an exercise schedule so that you are confident and prepared moving forward.
Your Physiotherapist will outline a timeline for your recovery, including an estimated number of sessions and therapies. There is never one straight path for an injury to heal, but you will be given instructions on what to do and what not to do, so that you feel capable of achieving your goals and returning to play as quickly as possible.
After your appointment
Receive your Invoice
After each session with us, we will send your personal invoice via email directly after payment.
Make your Claim
Many Health Insurance Policies cover Physiotherapy and their apps have claiming features.
We are ready and waiting to assist you in claiming back your session cost from your Health Insurance Provider. Check the name of your policy and understand the benefits that your plan includes. Contact us if you have any questions. It is important to note that your Physiotherapy claim will only be valid if you were treated by a Chartered Physiotherapist.
What are your prices?
All pricing can be found on our Booking Page here.
Do I need to go to my GP first?
No. You do not require a referral to book an appointment with us.
Do I need Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is about prevention and cure. Even if there is confirmed structural damage, a Chartered Physiotherapist can treat your injury.
What should I wear to my appointment?
It is best to wear shorts if the issue is your lower body and a T-shirt or Singlet if the issue is with your upper body.