Sports Injuries & Fractures

Here at CSO, we believe exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. However, by its very nature, exercise and sport can cause injuries.

Whether it be a fracture, spasmed muscle, or damaged joint, we’ll take the time to offer you the attention your injury needs and will focus on the areas around the injury as well as the injury itself.

When you injure yourself, it can’t be just that one area that is badly affected. For example, if you twist and break your ankle, your lower leg, knee, hip and pelvis will necessarily be badly strained. If you fall on shoulder, your ribs, neck and spine will take a direct hit but so too will the pelvis and low back. You hit the ground with your whole body, not just the bit that snapped and gets all the attention!

At CSO we understand that any injury is a whole body injury. The body is one unit and all of that one unit needs attention following trauma.

As well, we can’t just strap up and confine a strained or broken joint and hope it returns to its correct alignment as the bone heals. The joint has been disrupted to the extent that it broke bone and tore ligaments, so we need to return the mechanics of that joint to its optimal alignment to have optimal healing and function. That’s what we do and that’s how we get people better quickly after severe injury.

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