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Sports Injuries Treatment in San Ramon, CA

Sports Injuries Treatment in San Ramon, CA

At Ironhorse Physical Therapy & Pilates, we understand how disappointing it can be when you are involved in an accident and can no longer do something you once adored. Different athletes require different rehabilitation methods and, with our tailored rehabilitation programs, athletes can get back into action as soon as possible without risking further injury. Our clinic is located in the heart of San Ramon, CA and we boast a team of sports medicine-trained physical therapists to care for you.

Treating All Types of Sports Injuries

From weekend warriors to elite competitors, we treat recreational athletes, high school and college players, and professionals hurt on the job. No matter your age or activity level, we can help you recover from:

  • Sprains & Strains - From ankles, knees, shoulders, elbows, and back
  • Fractures & Dislocations - Helping regain strength and mobility after immobilization 
  • Overuse Injuries - Shin splints, stress fractures, tendonitis, bursitis 
  • Acute Trauma - Sprains, dislocations, concussions
  • Chronic Pain - Lingering effects of past injuries

Our sports medicine specialists provide a thorough evaluation to pinpoint the source of pain and customize the ideal Sports Injuries Treatment in San Ramon, CA plan. 

Proven Treatment Techniques for Sports Injuries

  • Manual Therapy - Hands-on techniques like joint mobilization, soft tissue massage, trigger point release to restore motion, relieve muscle tension, and decrease swelling.
  • Therapeutic Exercise - Sport-specific functional training to rebuild strength, power, endurance, balance, agility, and correct muscle imbalances.
  • Neuromuscular Re-education - Exercises and drills to restore proper movement patterns and re-train the nervous systems for optimal control and stability.
  • Modalities - Treatment like heat/ice, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and traction to manage pain and facilitate healing. 
  • Custom Orthotics - Prescription foot inserts designed to treat foot/ankle injuries and improve biomechanics.
  • Return-to-Play Programming - Sport-specific agility drills, plyometrics, and controlled return to activity to maximize performance and minimize re-injury risk.

A Customized Approach to Meet Your Goals 

Every athlete is unique, and so is your recovery plan. Your Sports Injury Specialist in San Ramon, CA program will be tailored based on the following:

  • Your specific injury diagnosis
  • Demands of your sport 
  • Areas needing improvement
  • Strengths to build on
  • Goals to achieve 

We create an integrated program focused on restoring pain-free movement and stability, rebuilding strength, re-establishing proper mechanics, and enhancing overall conditioning. You'll receive one-on-one care from your therapist throughout your recovery. We'll communicate with your coach, trainer, or doctor as needed. And we'll be by your side until you're confidently back on the field.


Don't let an injury keep you on the sidelines. Sports Injury Physical Therapy in  San Ramon, CA provides individualized rehabilitation to get you back to the sports and activities you love quickly and safely. Call us today in San Ramon, CA to schedule an evaluation with one of our sports injury specialists and take your recovery to the next level!

Frequently Asked Sports Injury Questions

What Is Sports Physical Therapy?

Sports PTs are certified for special care of athletic activity and exercise injuries. They are designed to assist patients in graduating off physical activities to regaining sports activities.

What is the role of physical therapy in sports injury?

PTs play a critical role by using techniques like manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular re-education, modalities, and more to restore mobility, strength, and function after a sports injury. 

What should I expect from sports injury rehabilitation?

Your recovery plan targets pain relief, range of motion, strength building, proper movement patterns, and sport-specific conditioning to return you to competition - while minimizing reinjury risk.

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