Most commonly, sports injuries affect the lower limb, particularly the ankle (e.g. Achilles tendinopathy, sprains) and knee (e.g. patellofemoral pain syndrome, ligament injuries).(Murray 2004) Other common sporting injuries include those of the shoulder (e.g. dislocations, acromioclavicular joint injuries, rotator cuff injuries); elbow (e.g. tennis, golfer's); wrist (e.g. strains, sprains, breaks); leg (e.g. shin splints, stress fractures, hamstring injuries); foot (e.g. plantar fasciitis); groin (strain); and back (e.g. acute lumbar sprain).. Cilinc based in Leamington Spa
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There’s a reason why many professional athletes turn to acupuncture for treatment as it’s a speedy and effective way to rehabilitate from injury. The needles can be used to release muscles that are in spasm, reduce pain and inflammation, increase blood circulation and in turn promote healing.