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Some conditions such as overexertion, physical stress or a training deficit can cause a state of muscle fiber overload or overstress that results in muscle pain. It may also be related to a muscle tear (injury to muscle fibers). At ReSport Clinic, we study your case. So, do not hesitate to reach out to us if you suffer pain and the reason behind it is not clear to you.
Tendon pain may be caused by an acute (chronic tendonitis) or a chronic (tendinosis) inflammatory process triggered by trauma or intense exertion. When there is a degeneration of the tendon fibers, it becomes thicker and has calcifications or hypervascularizations that cause pain. At ReSport Clinic, we have extensive experience in this type of injury. Do not hesitate to request an appointment to consult us.
A pathology of the spine is common in most of us, especially when we practice sports. Without a correct diagnosis and treatment, it can be very difficult to solve the problem. Therefore, we at ReSport Clinic put all our knowledge and commitment into finding the best solution for your specific case.
There are two characteristics of joint pain. On the one hand, there is the inflammatory pain produced after trauma, overexertion or injury. It generates intense, acute, disabling and sometimes permanent pain. On the other hand, there is mechanical degenerative pain. It is caused by stress and the wear on structures such as cartilage or the meniscus. If this is your case, we will treat it at ReSport Clinic.
Here at ReSport Clinic, we work on the injured area to reduce inflammation, gain muscle tone, mobility and make surgery more successful. Surgical preparation is as important as post-surgical recovery. If you have an operation pending, prepare for it with us!
It is part of rehabilitation and is distributed into different phases. The acute phase aims to decrease inflammation and control pain. Then, the sub-acute phase in which mobility is recovered and basic strength and motor control exercises are initiated. That is followed by the retraining phase where progressively more complex exercises are performed. Finally, there is the “return to play” phase where the patient’s own sports exercises are performed.