Sports Injury Clinic
We offer a full ranges of treatments to aid your recovery from your sporting injury.
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Sports Injury Clinic at Rogers Regenerative Medical Group
Whether you are a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, sports injuries are common during training and events and these can cause considerable time away from sports careers and hobbies. Not only can time out from sport produce setbacks and poor performance, injuries – if not treated properly – can have long-term effects.
At Rogers Regenerative Medical Group, we treat a wide range of sports injuries including:
ankle sprain – caused by rolling or twisting the ankle and can occur from any exercise including gentle walks.
knee injuries – these include strains, sprains, dislocations, fractures, tears, and general overuse injuries. Knee injuries are often caused by bending, twisting or from falls and knocks during sports activities.
groin pull – caused from sudden movements like kicking and twisting during sports such as football or running.
shin splints – pain along the shin, felt anywhere from the ankle to the knee caused by an inflammation of bone tissue, muscles, and tendons around the tibia. Shin splints are common in runners.
hamstring strain – caused when the muscles are stretched too far and begin to tear.
tennis elbow – often occurring from sports such as tennis due to the repetitive movements.
At RRMG we offer many different treatment options for sports injuries and with our experienced and skilled doctors we can evaluate and treat minor to severe injuries using innovative techniques to minimise time out from the sports you love.
Exercise, manipulation and massage are used to strengthen muscles and repair injured areas.
Lipogems® adipose tissue therapy, alpha-2-macroglobulin, Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy [ESWT], PRP therapy (platelet-rich plasma) and Coolief are used to harness the body’s own regenerative power using minimally invasive techniques. Our expert sports physicians will decide on the most appropriate type of regenerative medicine based on the injury.
Using manual therapy, this type of treatment not only looks at the affected muscles, but the skeleton also, to diagnose and treat certain types of sports injuries.
How to treat sports injuries
Dr Ralph Rogers at the Rogers Regenerative Medical Group in Harley Street offers pioneering new treatments to help with the rehabilitation of sports injuries. With extensive experience in all types of sports injury, our team of professionals will help to support your recovery as well as providing guidance in prevention of injury for the future.
If you have a sports injury or would like to know more about regenerative medicine and the Rogers Regenerative Medical Group or to book a consultation with our specialists, please contact the team today.
Dr. Ralph Rogers MD PhD MBA and CEO of RRMG is a Consultant in Regenerative Orthopedics & Sports Medicine who uses his wealth of experience to effectively tackle chronic pain and acute discomfort with innovative Regenerative Medicine treatments.
His impressive resume includes global qualifications gained at some of the finest institutions in the world. A degree in Psychology at the University of Delaware was followed by medical training at the University of Leuven in Europe, and further qualifications gained at the University of Maryland, the Free University of Brussels and the University of Leicester – including a Master’s of Science (MSc) in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging and a PhD in Exercise Physiology.
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