Return to Sport Programs
Sports can be a lot of fun, but they can also be dangerous. Whether you’re a seasoned pro, or just starting off, you’re bound to have a sports injury at some point. It’s important to take proper care of any injury properly before you return to your sport, to prevent further injury.
A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury that alters the function of the brain and should be taken seriously. They may occur from a direct blow to the head or indirectly when forces from another part of the body are transferred to the head. The resulting impact can result in a rapid or delayed onset of symptoms, typically within 24-48 hours. Learn more about how to recognize the signs of a concussion and what the recovery process and return to sport time frame will look like.
An ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) rupture is a devastating injury for anyone, and it immediately puts an athlete’s career on hold for an extended time and they are occurring much more frequently today than they were even 15 years ago. Some of the factors that may be contributing to this increase are artificial surfaces, more aggressive footwear, and increased training times. Learn more about what to expect during the recovery process and about the return to sport timeline.