CricketChartered Physiotherapy in Blackpool, St. Annes, Lytham, Poulton, Cleveleys and Fleetwood
Cricket is a diverse sport and the range of injuries, affecting almost every part of the body, vary depending on the position played. Some injuries that are common across the field include rotator cuff (shoulder) and back and knee injuries, where twisting and receiving the impact of the ball in unnatural positions can lead to pain and deformity in the joints, ligaments and tendons. For batsmen, direct trauma injuries usually involve the fingers, chest and face.
How do you treat cricketing injuries?
Come into our clinic and we’ll start by fully assessing your condition, your history and your aims for recovery or improvement. We have a huge range of techniques that have proven effective for soft tissue injuries common amongst cricketers, including manual therapy, stretching and agility exercises, and electrotherapy.