Pain After a Sports Injury

How Our Doctors Can Help You

Playing sports is a lot of fun. It keeps you in great physical shape and is healthy for your cardiovascular system. However, playing sports brings with it the risk of injury. If you’re an athlete, you may have hurt yourself training to play a sport or actually while participating in the sport. The following is a list of symptoms that might cause you acute or chronic pain as a result of a sports injury.

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Did I Pull My Muscle?

Pulled muscles happen when you’re stretching or when you’re engaged in a vigorous activity that puts a lot of stress on your muscles.

When you stretch or tear a muscle, it can hurt terribly. Sometimes all that’s needed is putting ice pack on the irritated area and refraining from the activity to allow the torn ligament to heal quicker.

Could It Be Tendonitis?

This is a gradual injury that happens over time. For example, as you use your calf muscle, you may damage your Achilles tendon. Symptoms would include constant pain in the tendon that does not go away after a few days or after using ice and heat to treat the area. If the pain does not subside, contact our pain specialists for help.

A Slipped Disc?

This is another common injury when one vertebra slips over the other in the spinal column. This happens when you overextend yourself. Injuries of this sort are common in sports where you contort your body, such as gymnastics, or sports where you hurl objects, such as javelin throwing.

If your pain does not clear up on its own, then you may need a CAT scan to verify the seriousness of the damage and to help your physician create a plan of action.

We can help treat your pain! Schedule an appointment with the physicians of Texas Pain Relief Group today.

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