Everyday activities such as walking, getting up from a chair or even playing sports can be extremely painful if you have overworked muscles and joints or are suffering from an injury. Making it onto the OpenHealth Clinic website has already allowed you to take the first important step to arrange your treatment for your MSK injury. Research suggests that the quicker you identify and address the systems, the less likely your injury will become long-standing. OpenHealth has a team of Musculoskeletal Specialists who can help you whether you’re a professional athlete or suffering from an injury from an accident, our main aim to get the person feeling 100% as quickly as possible.
OpenHealth Clinic has a team of highly qualified musculoskeletal practitioners, we have a fantastic reputation which is second to none. If you would like some advice on which treatment you require or would simply like some guidance, feel do give the OpenHealth Clinic a call today on 01344625475 and one of our team will advise you further.
The causes of musculoskeletal pain can be due to a few reasons including muscle damage due to the wear and tear of everyday life and trauma to a certain area (accidents, falls. Sprains, fractures, etc.) can cause musculoskeletal pain. Poor posture can also cause pain in your muscles and spine.
The amount of pain you can feel can vary based on where it is located. Bone pain is dull, sharp, stabbing or deep and is typically more uncomfortable than muscle or tendon pain. Muscle pain can be intense and short-lived if it is caused by cramp, tendon pain may feel like a sharp pain if an injury caused it. It will usually worsen when you move or stretch the affected tendon, and improve with rest. Last but not least joint pain feels like an ache which can be accompanied by stiffness and swelling. Other symptoms can include:
Musculoskeletal Specialists have the power to help and reduce the impact of a broad range of health conditions including trauma, injuries, disorders and diseases. They can also help with other health interventions, such as medical and surgical interventions to help achieve the best possible outcome when it comes to recovery. The musculoskeletal specialists at OpenHealth Clinic can help to slow down any chronic health conditions which can feel like they are taking over your life.
Osteopathy is a treatment where your practitioner will use their hands to find areas of weakness, tenderness, restriction or strain in your body – your spine in particular. The aim is to restore balance in the body, not just in how it moves, but also in how it functions when rest and moving.
Through certain exercises, physiotherapy will help people who are affected by an injury. Physiotherapists have a wide set of skills which will help you to restore your body back to health. Joint mobilisation techniques, for example, will be used for improving muscle function.
A sports massage is a form of massage which involves the manipulation of soft tissue to benefit a person who is usually engaged in physical activity. A sports massage is used to assist in correcting problems and imbalances in the soft tissue which can be caused by repetitive strain or strenuous physical activity.
Rehabilitation is a slow step by step process which will aim to help you recover from your strain or injury in the best possible way. The main aim when it comes to rehabilitation is to help you get moving again, regain skills and regain strength.
Acupuncture is the insertion and manipulation of fine needles at various points to help calm your body’s neural and hormonal pathways.
At the OpenHealth Clinic, we would recommend you addressing your symptoms as soon as possible, as this will help speed up your recovery and further reduce the risk of long term problems. We offer a variety of treatments in Ascot and the surrounding areas, all of which can help you find a solution for your injury. If you are unsure about which treatment you will need, please get in touch with a friendly member of the team today for more information on 01344 625 475.