Signs Of Hyperextension
Physical Therapy in Huntington
Do you know the signs of hyperextension? At Island Sports Physical Therapy located in Huntington, East Northport, Nesconset, Glen Cove, East Meadow, and Coram, we can not only help treat any injuries you incur but also prevent them from happening in the first place. If you are looking for physical therapy in Huntington to rehabilitate your sports injury, we can help you.
- Dull to sharp pain when you move
- Muscle spasms
- Localized pain
If you have hyperextended a joint, our physical therapists at Island Sports Physical Therapy will tell you why and how we can treat it. Often times, the best way to treat your hyperextension is simply by resting the area. Use ice packs for 10 to 20 minutes at a time for a few days following your injury (do not use heat pads as this can cause swelling). If the pain continues after 2-3 days, make an appointment with physical therapy in Huntington in order to start treatment.
At Island Sports Physical Therapy, we treat all kinds of injuries including overuse and hyperextension. During your first physical therapy appointment, we will evaluate your injury and overall body function. Once we’ve ascertained its nature, we will work with you on a variety of exercises and manual therapy techniques in order to improve your muscle function. The goal of manual therapy and other physical therapy modalities is to reduce inflammation and promote proper healing. In conjunction with exercises, which intend to strengthen the supportive muscle groups, you are optimizing your healing. Each patient treatment plan is personalized so that you can heal most efficiently and effectively.
Our team at Island Sports Physical Therapy understands that hyperextending a joint can be quite painful. Because of this, we take prevention seriously. If you are an athlete dealing with joint pain, contact us for physical therapy in Huntington at Island Sports Physical Therapy today!