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Game, Set, Recover: Treating Common Tennis Injuries New York, NY
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Tennis is an exhilarating sport that demands agility, precision, and endurance. However, the repetitive movements and high impact nature of the game can sometimes lead to injuries. At Manhattan Sports Therapy, we understand the unique challenges faced by tennis players and are here to provide comprehensive care for the most common tennis-related injuries. Here are three prevalent injuries among tennis players and how physical therapy and chiropractic care can play a pivotal role in the recovery process.

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Tennis elbow is a condition characterized by inflammation and pain in the tendons of the forearm. It typically occurs due to repetitive gripping and swinging motions involved in tennis. Physical therapy can help by incorporating exercises to strengthen the muscles surrounding the elbow, improving flexibility, and implementing targeted stretches to alleviate pain. Chiropractic care can also provide relief by using techniques such as joint manipulation and soft tissue therapy to reduce inflammation and promote healing.

Rotator Cuff Injuries

The repetitive overhead motions in tennis can strain the muscles and tendons of the rotator cuff, leading to tears or inflammation. Physical therapy plays a crucial role in rehabilitating rotator cuff injuries by focusing on strengthening the muscles, improving range of motion, and enhancing stability. Chiropractic care can complement this treatment by addressing any spinal misalignments that may contribute to shoulder dysfunction, thus optimizing the healing process.

Ankle Sprains

Tennis involves quick changes in direction, which can sometimes result in ankle sprains. Physical therapy offers a multi-faceted approach to ankle sprain rehabilitation, including exercises to restore strength and balance, as well as techniques to reduce swelling and improve flexibility. Chiropractic care can help by addressing any misalignments in the ankle or other joints that may impact the healing process, promoting optimal recovery.

We Can Help You Get Back on the Court

Tennis players are susceptible to specific injuries due to the demands of the sport. However,

with the right treatment and care, players can overcome these injuries and get back on the court stronger than ever. At Manhattan Sports Therapy, our dedicated team of physical therapists and chiropractors specializes in treating tennis-related injuries. Through a personalized and comprehensive approach, we strive to provide effective solutions for pain relief, rehabilitation, and performance enhancement.

If you are experiencing pain or have sustained an injury while playing tennis, don’t let it hinder your game. Contact Manhattan Sports Therapy to schedule an appointment and receive tailored treatment to help you recover and prevent future injuries. Our team is committed to helping you stay in the game, performing at your best, and enjoying the sport you love.

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New York, NY 10022

Phone: (212) 310-0100


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