Sports Medicine In Edison & Brick, NJ
What is Sports Medicine?
Specialized Care In Sports Medicine
Many physicians work together to help a patient regain maximum use of an injured limb or joint. A sports injury is typically treated by a physician, orthopaedic surgeon, rehabilitation specialist, athletic trainer and physical therapist, all of whom have specialized training in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of sports injuries. Common injuries treated in sports medicine include:
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears
- Compartment syndrome
- Heat exhaustion
- Muscle contusions (bruises)
- Muscle cramps
- Shin splints
- Sprains and strains
- Stress fractures
- Torn tendons and ligaments
Sports injuries are often repairable with arthroscopy, which is a minimally invasive procedure that allows doctors to diagnose and sometimes treat joint injuries and disease through small incisions in the skin.
Here at Advanced Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, our board-certified physical therapists and rehabilitation specialists are here to get you back on the road to recovery if you suffer from a sports injury. Our wellness centers are located in Belmar, Red Bank, Manalapan, Brick, Edison, NJ, and Robbinsville, and we are here to give you the proper treatment and sports medicine education to help you fully recover.
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This is the best place if you need therapy for any reason. I was in an auto accident and broke both of my legs. I’m glad I pick Advance PMR for my rehab. These guys r amazing and u will feel it as soon as u enter…Elizabeth, Steve, Zack, Jason, and Casey. thank you guys for your hard work and for putting me back on my feet. – Rashid S.
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Prevention Of Injuries In Sports Medicine
In order to prevent sports injuries, it is important for athletes to take care of themselves before, during and after physical activity; this helps to ensure long-term athletic health. Some of the most effective injury prevention tips include the following:
- Staying hydrated
- Taking time to rest
- Not working out on an empty stomach
- Warming up before exercising
- Increasing activity levels only gradually
Seeking proper medical care at the first sign of a sports injury is imperative because continued activity can lead to even more damage.
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Interested in learning more about sports medicine with AOSMI? Call 732-894-9200 to schedule your consultation today! We have locations in Edison, Brick, Manalapan, Belmar, & Robbinsville, NJ. Click here to view a location near you.