Muscle Strain Treatment in Calgary, AB
Receive High quality Muscle Strain Treatment from Experienced Physiotherapists
Sprain and strains are common injuries caused by falls, twists, lifting heavy weights, or playing sports. While these can be treated at home with over-the-counter medications, visiting a physiotherapist is essential to ensure appropriate treatment and care.
At Radiant Physiotherapy Clinic, our compassionate and well-trained physiotherapists will thoroughly assess your condition and develop the high quality treatment routine to address your pain and prevent any future injuries.
Common Sprain and Strain Injuries
A sprain or strain can cause:
- Damage to the soft tissues, such as muscles, ligaments, and tendons
- Swollen muscles
- Achilles tendonitis (inflamed Achilles tendon that connects the calf muscle to the heel bone)
- Muscle cramps and weakness
Benefit from Physiotherapy for Sprain and Strains
Generally, sprains and strains can take some time to heal and may change the dynamics of the joint or muscle, thus increasing the risk of re-injury. However, with physiotherapy, you can effectively treat such conditions while reducing your chances of getting injured again.
Physiotherapy treatment will help improve the strength, flexibility, and mobility of the affected joint or muscle, making it stronger than it was. It will also reduce the consequences of sprain and strains, including joint stiffness, pain, muscle spasms, and inflammation.
Physiotherapy Treatments for Sprain and Strains
At Radiant Physiotherapy Clinic, we offer the following physical therapies to treat sprain and strains:
Manual Therapy: Hands-on techniques, such as mobilization and manipulation, are used to reduce pain and myofascial restrictions, diagnose and treat soft tissues injuries, ease swelling and inflammation, and improve range of motion.
Exercise Therapy: Includes a regimen of personalized physical activities to help you recover from injuries, get rid of muscle imbalance, and achieve enhanced flexibility and range of motion.
Dry Needling: A fine needle is inserted into the skin to create a cut or lesion, which activates tissue remodeling, increases blood circulation, reduces pain and inflammation, and decreases tissue tension.
Massage Therapy: Your body’s soft tissues and muscles are manipulated to reduce stress, anxiety, and muscular stiffness. We offer various massage therapies, including deep tissue massage, reflexology, Swedish massage, and myotherapy.
Stability Exercises: Recommended to strengthen your core muscles (abdominal muscles, hip muscles, pelvic muscles, and spinal muscles) that help maintain your spine alignment and improve stability and movement.
Leading Muscle Strain Physiotherapists in Calgary
Our physiotherapists have extensive experience and expertise to diagnose and treat sprains, strains, and other sports injuries. We combine several techniques to provide you with the highest quality of care that helps you quickly get back to your optimal health.
By offering one-on-one sessions in a compassionate and friendly atmosphere, our therapists will ensure you see results from your treatment sessions.
Schedule an appointment with us today for top-notch, affordable muscle strain treatment in Calgary, AB.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are some common sprain symptoms?
Although the symptoms will vary depending on the severity of the condition, a few common signs of a sprain include:
- Popping sensation
- Limited range of motion
Who is at risk for sprain and strains?
While anyone can get a strain or sprain, athletes, obese people, neurological disorder patients, and those with a history of sprain and strains are at an increased risk of developing it.
Who can treat sprain and strains?
- Primary healthcare provider
- Sports-medicine specialist
- Emergency-medicine specialist
How can one prevent a strain or sprain?
Here are a few tips to prevent strains and sprains:
- Exercise regularly to improve your muscle strength and endurance
- Wear proper-fitting shoes to prevent skidding
- Warm-up before practicing or playing sports
- Eat a well-balanced diet to nourish your muscles and joint tissues
- Wear protective equipment while playing to prevent strain injuries
- Make your home fall-proof by adding rails, removing clutter, etc.