Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in blog | 0 comments

Any sports injury should be taken seriously right from the get-go. As soon as you notice that you’ve been hurt, you should stop what you’re doing immediately and assess the injury. Continuing with a sport or workout following even a minor injury can lead to more serious problems down the road. Although it can be frustrating to take a break and address the injury, this is the only way to handle things so that you can get back into your sport or fitness routine at 100% capacity in the shortest amount of time possible.

Toronto & Etobicoke Sports Medicine Specialists

CFC Sports Clinic works with both injury prevention and recovery to prevent acute injuries from becoming chronic aches and pains. We provide a number of services including an assessment, a treatment plan, massages, physiotherapy, pre-op exercises, acupuncture, relief and corrective care and much more. When you’re looking for specialists that are dedicated to getting you back on the road to recovery as fast as possible, think of our sports clinic first.

Strains and Sprains

These are the 2 most common sports injuries that can occur during a sports activity or during a fitness workout. When ligaments get stretched past their limits, they can tear and this is called a sprain. A strain occurs when a tendon or muscle fiber is overused or overstretched and is torn as a result. Both of these common injuries should be treated until the problem is completely handled. Once this occurs, it’s safe to return to the sport safely without having to worry about another injury occurring in the same spot due to lack of corrective healing.

No matter what type of injury you have, our clinic can help put you on the road to recovery quickly and effectively. We are the specialists that you can count on for both minor and major sports injuries that require special healing techniques.

CrossFit Facilities

CFC Sports Clinic, sports medicine clinic specialists in Toronto, also has the largest facility for CrossFit training in the GTA. Our facility stretches more than 16,000 square feet and we provide lockers and showers in our spacious change rooms so you can stop in at any time for a workout. Please contact us today at (416) 644-0075, or fill out our online form for more information about our sports medicine specialists and our training facilities.