Treatments for sports injuries in Bury

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Knee treatment

Experienced osteopaths

If you're looking for physiotherapy or osteopathic treatments in Bury, feel free to contact us. We have highly qualified and experienced osteopaths and physiotherapists in our team who can help you with treatments for all kinds of muscular pain and sports injuries. We offer treatments that can help improve joint mobility, reduce adhesions and soft tissue restrictions, ensuring better movement and enhanced performance.

Back pain

Physiotherapy treatments we offer:

  • Arthritic pain & Sports Injury treatments
  • Frozen shoulder and shoulder pain therapies
  • Muscular and joint pain treatments
  • Massage therapy & Electrotherapy
  • Back, neck, knee, and hip pain therapies
  • Tennis elbow treatments
  • Treatments for headaches arising from neck and shoulder pain
  • Musculoskeletal treatments


Bursas are small fluid-filled sacs that provide a cushion between bones and tendons or muscles around a joint. They help reduce friction between the bones and allow free movement at the joints. Bursas are filled with synovial fluid and are located around most major joints of the body.
Trochanteric bursitis is one of the most common types of bursitis. Painful inflammation of the bursa located near the greater trochanter is a characteristic of Trochanteric Bursitis. Running and accidents such as falls are potentially associated with trochanteric bursitis.
Physiotherapy treatment for a knee


Physical trauma caused to muscles or tendons
Hip surgery
Prolonged pressure on the bursa
Excessive jogging or cycling
Improper posture
Calcium deposits or hip bone spurs


Buttock pain that spreads to the thighs and knees
Burning hip pain and tenderness
Limping or swelling
Soreness and redness
Pain while sitting cross-legged

Hip pain

Hip joint forms the primary connection between the bones of the lower limb and the trunk and pelvis. Hip pain may cause pain in other body parts too. Some people may feel pain in the lower back, groin, legs or in the muscle of the hip joint itself. This is called referred pain - pain experienced in one area of the body is actually generated in another region. Other signs of hip problems that doctors need to review include:
  • Hip pain that stays for more than a few days
  • Hip pain occurring at night or while resting
  • Difficulty in standing at a place for too long
  • Swelling of the thighs or hip
Pain from the hip joint may be felt in the inner thighs. Pain on the outside of the hip is usually not caused by a hip joint problem, and is mostly related to Trochateric Bursitis or a trapped nerve in the lower area of the back, resulting in pain in the lower back.
A damaged or deformed hip joint can limit motion, and people suffering from this may have trouble bending their hip or lifting the leg.
People who participate in sports such as ice hockey, football, golf or ballet are at a higher risk of developing a hip labral tear, which involves an injury to the ring-like structure that holds the femur in place. Structural abnormalities may also be responsible for a hip labral tear, accompanied by cyst formation. Hip pain or a “catching” sensation in the hip joint can be experienced. In the initial stages, treatments may include painkillers and physical therapy. Arthroscopic techniques are employed by surgeons to remove loose fragments from within the joint and repair the hip labral tear.
Hip treatment
Lower back pain

Lower back pain

Back pain is a common problem that most adults face across the globe. Up to 85% of people worldwide suffer from back pain during their lives and almost 50% of the working population experience back pain symptoms at least once a year.

Office employees who sit at the desk for long hours experience back pain. It is also prevalent among sportspeople with specific over-developed or under-developed muscles. Lower back pain can originate from a weak lower back, tight hamstrings, weak or over-developed abdominal muscles, weak gluteus muscles, or a combination of any of the above.

One of the best ways to keep the body strong and healthy is to exercise. People who have experienced lower back pain need to ensure they are working out all the core muscles - inner thighs, upper and lower back, hips and gluteus. Exercising these muscles can help keep all structures around the core healthy and pain-free.
Pilates is an excellent way to prevent lower back pain. It is based on the principle that in order to attain control of your body, you must have a starting place: the center or the core muscles. This helps improve stability and build muscle strength while shaping your body.

Neck pain

Neck pain can be caused by numerous spinal problems even though it is felt in the neck area. It may be caused due to muscular tightness in both the neck and the upper back or due to the pinching of the nerves emanating from the spine. Joint disruption in the neck or the upper back can be another factor for neck pain.

The lower neck and the upper back support the head, and these areas are commonly responsible for causing neck pain. The head is supported by a structure formed by the lower joints in the neck and those of the upper back. If this support system is affected adversely, then the muscles in the area will tighten, causing neck pain.

Upper back pain
Shoulder pain

Shoulder pain

Shoulder pain is one of the most common problems in today's world. As the shoulder is a highly movable joint, it has a high risk of instability. Many problems may arise due to this instability, the most common being the subacromial impingement.
Subacromial impingement occurs whenever there is narrowing in the space inside the shoulder joint. Normally the soft tissues have enough space to slide inside the shoulder. Due to inflammation, these structures swell up and contribute to the loss of space. The loss of space causes the bones to pinch the soft tissues, causing the pain.

There are other shoulder conditions such as:

Frozen shoulder
Adhesive Capsulitis

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