Racket Sports

Tennis playerThe twisting and shearing forces generated on the tennis court can put extreme pressure on the joints throughout your body, and without proper strengthening knees, ankles, elbows and shoulders can really take a pounding. Most injuries on the tennis court aren’t due to acute injury – they’re often little niggles that, if left long term, develop into more complicated problems.

We understand you’ll want to get back on court as soon as you can and – as well as treating the injury we can help develop progressive strengthening regimes to help avoid future injury and – where appropriate – apply (and sometimes teach you) taping techniques to alter the forces going through your joints as you play.

Other racket sports like Squash, Racketball, Badminton and  Table Tennis also generate their own specific twisting and shearing forces which can lead to injury.