San Antonio Sports Massage Therapy

Sports Injury Rehabilitation

At Better Body Dynamics we specialize in San Antonio sports massage therapy and sports injury rehabilitation. Our sport massage therapists have worked with a variety of athletes in San Antonio to help people feel better, work better and play harder. We are on a mission to help athletes of all kinds be at their best when it matters most, and our results speak for themselves.

What is Sports Injury Rehabilitation in San Antonio?

San Antonio sports injury rehab commonly involves exercises that incrementally rejuvenate the injured area back to its original state. Initially, the body is taken through motions to regain range of motion, followed by stretching. In some cases, weights could be used to strengthen the area.

Sports rehabilitation therapy in San Antonio does not stop when you can just move the wounded area again — as the injury heals and scar tissue types, you encounter stiffness and therefore are at the maximum risk of becoming injured again. The professional San Antonio sports massage therapists at Better Body Dynamics will be with you until the finish, ensuring you stretch and warm up correctly to keep your body intact. Most of all, we’ll work together with you and your doctors so they could determine when you’re all set to get back in the match or when to hold you again.

Sports Massage Therapy Facts 

  • Soccer, biking, baseball/softball, and soccer are among the sports with the maximum injury rates. Skateboarding, trampolining and in-line/roller skating also are on the list.
  • Signs of chronic or repetitive stress injuries contain pain through playing the sport, dull aching when at rest and swelling.
  • Runner’s knee, tennis elbow and shin splints are extremely common. To prevent them and other sports injuries, be sure to stretch, take breaks and also have a minimum of one day per week from the sport.
  • Sports injuries and sports-related orthopedic ailments are rather common. They may be caused by traumatic injury to either the bones, bones, or joints (the musculoskeletal system).
  • Extremities which may be affected include:
  • Upper extremities — neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, palms, and fingers
  • Lower extremities — hips, ankles, knees, and toes

Your immune apparatus is crucial to everything you do. Every year, tens of thousands of people suffer a number of muscle, bone, and joint injuries while engaging in athletics, as well as seemingly benign activities such as gardening and walking.

No matter who you’re a professional athlete, budding athlete, weekend warrior, or not very busy — we can help you recover from a number of injuries