Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Are you suffering from a sports-related injury? We can help get you back in the game fast!
Fox Physical Therapy is dedicated to helping patients overcome their sports-related injuries by delivering a comprehensive rehabilitation program tailored to meet your individual needs.
We can design the best plan of action to get you back into the shape needed to accomplish your athletic goals. Sport-specific programs are created to help athletes of all performance levels and ages with the following:
- Restore function
- Decrease pain
- Increase strength and flexibility
- Injury prevention and education
- Optimize performance
We can treat many kinds of sports-related injuries including:
- Shoulder/rotator cuff
- Knee (e.g., ACL, MCL, PCL, patellofemoral)
- Wrist & hand
- Back & neck
- Elbow tendinopathy
- Ligament Tears
- Sprains & strains
NFL and NBA Combine:
Fox Physical Therapy has teamed up with Core Fitness Miami and XPE Sports to provide medical services to help prepare their athletes for optimum performance while training. We will take each athlete through a full body musculoskeletal examination to identify any deficits or imbalances that may hinder their performance.
Musculoskeletal Physicals (Individuals or teams):
Sports physicals with physicians are common with school and collegiate-age athletes. These overly simplified screens are unable to detect underlying biomechanical issues that may lead to injuries or poor performance in the future. We at Fox physical Therapy believe in providing a holistic approach and will take the athlete(s) through a full body examination to identify any deficits or muscle imbalances that may cause future dysfunction or injury. Our doctors will then write up a plan of care based on subjective and objective data findings. We will provide information to the individual, coach, and/or parent so they can clearly understand of the athlete’s true current overall health in relation to athletic performance. This proactive approach to injury is supported by extensive research and is encouraged for any athlete participating in sports. It can and should be performed before, during, and after a season.