Sports Medicine and Osteopathy Rapid

Sports Medicine & Osteopathy Rapid, located on the West Island in Beaconsfield, has an objective to improve your quality of life  by offering services in the field of

1. Athletic therapy, reconditioning of musculoskeletal injuries that includes athletic therapy knowledge and skills to address musculoskeletal problems of recreational and competitive athletes using Sports Medicine Model of rehabilitation

2. Osteopathy, manual approach with the objective to reestablish the mobility and the function of the structures of the body, (Osteopathie Quebec).  This practice is based on in-depth knowledge of the health sciences and interactions specific to the equilibrium of the body

Please note: THIS IS NOT A DOCTOR'S OFFICE                         

Sports Therapy will ensure                                                                                                                                                 

  • individualized approach
  • proper progress of the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injury
  • Sports Medicine Model of rehabilitation
  • manual therapy, hands-on work
  • optimization of sport performance
  • exercise programs for strength, flexibility, cardio training
  • physical reconditioning
  • rapid and safe return to functional, recreational or competitive activities

Rehabilitative therapy

  • neck/back pain (sprains, muscle pain or strains, torticollis, lumbago, LBP)
  • shoulder injury (tendonitis, sprain, swimmer's shoulder, frozen shoulder or  capsulitis, bursitis, rotator cuff injury)
  • Golfer's, Tennis elbow
  • post-fracture rehabilitation
  • hip and thigh injury  (groin strains, hamstring, thigh strains, bursitis, hip arthritis)
  • knee injury  (ligamentous injury, patelo-femoral problem or knee-cap pain, bursitis, Osgood-Shlatter)
  • ankle injury  (sprain or ligamentous injury, Achilles tendonitis, calf pain, shin splints)

Osteopathy allows

  • improving the mobility of bones, muscles, fascia, and other structures using precise manual, hands-on, techniques
  • global approach looking at the body as a whole with its complex interrelated structures
  • great palpation skills
  • normalizing proper mechanics using physiological and biomechanical concepts
  • restoring harmony and balance in the body
  • optimize sport performance
  • osteopathy is not medical practice as it does not have objective to diagnose or treat health deficiency
  • it is recommended to consult a doctor first to ensure the issue is not medical before seeing an osteopath
  • the objective of osteopathy is to reestablish the mobility of structures in the body

 

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