Next Level Care
Dr. Nash is passionate about helping athletes overcome the painful conditions they face caused by aging, repetitive motion, stress and strain, trauma, wear and tear.
Sports injuries can occur in almost every sporting age, and often have lasting effects. When the pain from your sports injury persists for more than a week or two, it is time to consult a sports injury pain management specialist. Early detection and treatment can help ensure that the pain from your sports injury doesn’t become chronic pain. At Progressive Pain and Rehabilitation, after a full assessment of your pain and sport injury, we will create a personalized treatment plan suited to your needs which will help get you back to feeling your best and performing your best on the court (or field) as soon as possible.
Symptoms of Sports Injury
Sports injury is a broad term and there are many symptoms associated with it. Below are some of the most common symptoms of a sports injury:
- An intermittent sharp pain caused by specific movements
- The affected area on the body might become swollen
- The patient might be unable to support the weight of his or her body
- A generalized but dull ache in the affected part of the body
- Limited functionality
- Muscle tightness and soreness
- Bruising, discoloration or redness of the affected area of the skin
- Tenderness in the affected area of the injury