Introduction

Pro-Am Sports Injury Clinic promotes and improves total body health by quickly addressing the cause of your injury with a holistical approach, individual to each patients goals. 

Who we treat? Everyone, regardless of whether you are involved in sport or not. Our role is to assess, treat and rehabilitate your aches and pains and get you back to the activities you need and love to do. Getting you back moving is the key to getting you better.

If you are involved in sport then we can take your rehabilitation that step further and get you back into your sport, aswell as design a preventative strategy.

Not sure what a Sports Therapist is? Well our training is very similar to a physiotherapist apart from we specialise in musculoskeletal (muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints) from the start, for 3 years at university. This means we spend time learning hands on muscle testing, soft tissue treatments and functional movement assessment and exercise selection.

Whether your aim is to reduce pain, increase range of motion and mobility (to enable pain free daily living) or perhaps improve at your chosen sport, we can help.

You can find out more by scrolling through our website or if you want to find out more get in touch.

New Price List 2021

TreatmentPrices from April 12thScarborough AC
Injury Consultation (up to 1hr 20mins)£38£32
Follow up (40mins)£32£28
Sports Massage 40 mins£32£28
Sports Massage 1hr£36£32
Sports Massage 1hr 30mins£45£40
Health Scheme contracts 1 yearPay MonthlyPay Monthly
Basic 6 £16 mth£14 mth
Monthly 12£30 mth£28 mth
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Injury Prevention Tips for Runners

The same time each year I start to see more runners booking into the clinic with multiple niggles. Why? its marathon season. Training load and the capacity to handle that load is the key to many of these injuries seen amongst runner.

Tissue load is dependent on your training volume (how much), intensity (how hard), frequency (how often) and type. Your other activities like work and hobbies and anything in life that loads tissues all forms part of your overall load.

Loading tissues through exercise is healthy and promotes strength gains, improvements in fitness, and  tissue healing. Problems occur when tissue load increases too quickly.

Tip1: Changes in training need to be gradual

Tip 2: Mix 80% slow and easy intensity with 20 % high intensity speed work

Tip 3: Mileage should be increased by 10% increments but also think about the intensity, it is usually best to drop intensity whilst building mileage.

Tip 4: Every 3-4 weeks should have a drop in intensity or volume to allow recovery

Your muscles, tendons and ligaments take time to adapt to load so do not be tempted to run high mileage just because your lungs let you and it feels good, it will not last.

Also when injury does occur the load capacity becomes less so your usual mileage may become too much and you need to reduce your training and build it back gradually with the aid of some strength exercises. Don’t try to jump straight back into your usual mileage, it will not work.

Also consider sleep, stress and health issues as contributing factors to your injury.