Avoid Sports Injury This Fall!
There’s nothing like the brilliant falling leaves and crisp Autumn air to inspire individuals to head out for a run or to bike the Adirondacks! Fall is also when school sports are back in full swing! Training for cross country runners; cheerleaders; football, field hockey, tennis and volleyball players occur a few hours a day during the weekdays, with games and tournaments filling up the weekends. Along with the training that comes with fall adult soccer leagues, marathons, and college and school sports, come strains and sprains, fractures, concussions, tendinitis, tears, and ACL injuries, just to name a few. It’s the time of yeare when we focus on Autumn sports injury prevention for Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa, Glens Falls and Queensbury athletes.
With the focus on staying fit becoming increasingly popular, more and more people are finding new ways of exercising, and often over overtraining to gain that edge that can actually lead to injury. At Capital Area Physical Therapy & Wellness, if you suffer an injury or chronic pain, we want to get you on the road to recovery as quickly as possible!
Our experienced physical therapists offer a wealth of knowledge when it comes to evaluating and offering treatment techniques to help you reach your goals. If you are a fall athlete, take a few minutes to read our blogs. We offer advice for all kinds of athletes, including tips on autumn sport injury prevention.
Sports Injury Blogs
- School Sports Physical Therapy for Student Athletes
- Achilles Tendinopathy: Physical Therapy Help for Achilles Pain
- Posterior Ankle Impingement: Overview and Treatment
- What Is a Proper Running Form?
- Guest Blog: Patellofemoral Pain in Young Female Athletes
- Knee Pain & Swelling
- Shoulder Pain: Taping Techniques
- Athletic Therapeutic Taping Techniques: An Overview
- Lower Extremity Stress Fractures in Runners: PT for Overuse Injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis in Runners
Sports Topics / Services
- Guest Blog: Concussions in Sports
- Knee pain in Queensbury Student Athletes
- Lumbopelvic Rhythm: Contributions to Low Back Pain and Importance to Gymnasts
- ACL Injuries In Female Athletes
- Cupping Therapy for Athletes
- Get Back to Playing Soccer Just Like This Successful Patient
- Keep Your Basketball Season Rolling- Not Your Ankle
- Sports Physical Therapy for Student Athletes
- Running Evaluation – Sports Screening
- Tingling in Hands While Cycling: How PT Can Help
Injuries can reduce confidence in athletes, but at Capital Area PT, we want to show you how to safely resume your activities and lower your risk for re-injury. so a
If you have experienced an injury or are looking for a physical therapist in Queensbury NY or the Malta area to help you with chronic pain, please contact us or call 518-502-1154 (Queensbury) or 518-289-5242 (Malta). Ask us how we can help provide more information on autumn sports injury prevention for school, college and adult athletes in Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa, Glens Falls and Queensbury athletes.