5 Ways to Recover From Sports Injuries and Get Back in the Game

5 Ways to Recover From Sports Injuries and Get Back in the Game
发表于 2020-08-18

Anyone who is passionate about playing sports knows how devastating it is to suffer a sports injury that prevents you from playing. For this reason, many athletes try to ignore and push through the pain for as long as they can. Unfortunately, this often causes the injury to worsen and hinder their future prospects of continuing the sport.

The good news is that with the right treatment, it is absolutely possible to fully recover from a sports energy and get back in the game. A sports medicine physician in Dubai can help you achieve this.

So, if you are suffering from a sports related injury, then do not fear. Here are 5 ways to recover from sports injuries effectively and promptly, so that you can get back to playing the game you love!

 

1. Seek Treatment Immediately

Do not, under any circumstances, avoid treatment for a clear sports injury. Making the dire mistake of ignoring or pushing through an injury can result in harmful consequences. Therefore, if you are experiencing any clear signs of a sports injury, book an appointment with a sports medicine physician in Dubai immediately.

Signs of a sports related injury may include:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Tenderness
  • Blisters
  • Cramps
  • Bleeding
  • Impaired Vision
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Difficulty Moving Affected Body Parts

By visiting a sports medicine physician without delay, you will be able to get the proper treatment required for a speedy recovery. It will also prevent any further complications.

 

2. Cold Compress

This simple yet effective therapy can often immediately improve pain and swelling. Cold therapy can relieve pain and swelling, as well as alleviate muscle spasms and related pain. A simple cold therapy treatment is to take an ice pack, or cold compress, and place it directly on the site of injury. It can help relieve pain almost immediately. However, in the case of more severe injuries, your sports medicine physician may recommend other modes of cold therapy, such as an ice bath, cryotherapy chambers or an ice therapy machine.

 

3. Rest and Elevation

It goes without saying that rest is necessary for a full and healthy recovery. This may mean benching yourself for several games. In serious cases, your doctor may even recommend complete bed rest and elevation of the injured body part to reduce swelling and inflammation.

 

4. Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is treatment to restore and maintain a patient's mobility, function, and well-being after an injury. It is also often referred to as rehabilitation. After a sports injury, your sports physician may recommend physiotherapy to help gain back your mobility and strengthen the muscles back to its former glory. Such exercises require the supervision of a professional in order to prevent straining or re-injuring the muscle. Therefore, it is important to speak to your sports medicine physician before starting physiotherapy.

 

5. Slowly Get Back into the Game

It may be tempting to immediately get back to playing as soon as you begin to feel better. But a premature return to the sport may lead to worsening of the condition and harm your long term recovery. On the other hand, allowing your body time to fully recover will pay off in the long run. Therefore, it is important to take the time needed to fully recover and slowly ease back into your exercise and sports routine. Also be sure to consult with your physician before you get back into the game.

 

Where to Find the Best Sports Medicine Physician in Dubai?

Dr. Ramzy Ross is the best sports medicine physician in Dubai. With PhD level qualification and years of experience in treating Olympic Gold and World Champion athletes, Dr. Ross is dedicated to helping you fully recover from your sports injury. Book an appointment with Dr. Ramzy Ross at the German Heart Centre today!

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