Sports & Activities
Sports we commonly work:
Overuse injuries are typically seen in baseball, whether it’s the elbow, the shoulder, or even the lower extremity. With high-velocity overhead throwing, batting, and sprinting, these injuries often occur. Using the most recent literature to reduce the risk of injury, we have coupled these methods with new technologies to allow athletes to continue to perform at a high level. Whether its in-season maintenance, acute injuries, or post-operative rehab, we provide a wide variety of technologies to support, improve and recover.
Despite basketball’s origin as a low-contact sport, there is a high prevalence of lower leg injuries, including the most common: lateral ankle sprains and patellofemoral inflammation. Using the latest research in rehabilitation, we strategize early weight-bearing rehabilitation, proprioception, neuromuscular and strength training with the aid of new technologies and regenerative therapies to reduce the risk of reoccurrence
Literature reveals the knee being the most common complaint in both amateur and professional cyclists. Whether it’s preparation for a cycling event or rehabilitating from one, we offer a selection of technologies and structured training to help you achieve your goals.
Both contact and non-contact ACL injuries are commonly seen in American football. Musculature injuries typically occur when the load exceeds the tissue capacity. Physical rehabilitation is geared towards pelvic stability and lower body isometric, concentric, and eccentric strength with the addition of any necessary modalities for restorative and regenerative health. Progressive strengthening, neuromuscular control, plyometrics, and sport-specific exercises are part of the process to return to sport with the addition of electrical, thermal, and nutritional therapies to reduce the risk of re-injury. Rehabilitation is structured to complement all other forms of training, both in-season and off-season.
Golf has become popular in all ages. Some of the most common injuries seen in golf include epicondylitis and non-specific low back pain. Medial epicondylitis is inflammation of the tendons of the inner elbow, that often occurs with excessive flexion and extension of the elbow, causing micro-tears in the tendons. Rehabilitation typically consists of tendon health and strengthening of the surrounding musculature. In addition, the mechanical complexities of golf expose the low back to greater ranges of motions and forces and may result in injury. We address pelvic stability, thoracic mobility, and lower body strength to appropriately rehabilitate the affected regions for sport longevity. Additionally, we have options to implement a wide variety of technologies that focus on cellular tissue repair for long-term health.
The lower limb is commonly affected on the ice, with the most stress on the MCL and hips. Photo-biomodulation, regenerative medicine, magnetic energy, and intensive physical rehabilitation are all included in the recovery of these injuries. Our technologies are used to complement physical rehabilitation for adequate recovery and cellular adaptation.
Contact sports require a lot of preparation and even more recovery. With facial lacerations and concussions occurring so often, it’s important for us to keep up with the most recent research in effective treatment for longevity. Cycling physical exercise, vestibular and vision therapy, appropriate nutrition, oxygen and regenerative therapies, concussions can be successfully remediated.
In both powerlifting and weightlifting, the body is exposed to great forces as it’s the athlete’s goal to lift the maximum weight. The high demands of the sport and its intricate complexities require adequate strength and stability, training preparation, balance, and coordination. With the lumbopelvic region being most injured along with tendon-related injuries, we focus on increasing stability and strength, breathing techniques, and tendon strength. To reduce the risk of re-injury, we offer a wide variety of technologies to promote cellular healing and recovery.
Lower body injuries scale from tendinopathies, muscular strains, sprains, and fractures in runners. Scaling through these injuries, the overachieving goal is to reduce the risk of injury and re-injury. With thorough running history evaluations, running mechanics, and presenting symptoms, we use supporting evidence, world-class technologies and training methods to get you back in your feet.
Whether its skiing, snowboarding, bobsleigh, luge, skeleton, ski jumping or biathlon’s, recent literature identifies the knee as a common injury across the board. Our rehabilitative strategies focus on strengthening surrounding musculature, maintaining neuromuscular control, and joint health. Scaling the degree of injury, we have light, thermal and oxygen therapies, regenerative medicine, and therapeutic intervention to help expedite the return to sport.
Using frameworks of scientific data supporting injury reduction, we strategize our efforts to provide evidence-based programming for load management and recovery of the lower extremity. We strive to be a rehabilitative aid for injuries, but also a supportive aid for longevity and health. Using our world-class technologies, we offer accessibility to thermal and light therapies, muscular and joint regeneration, nutritional support, and physical therapy to reduce the risk of injury and optimize performance.
Epicondylitis is inflammation of the tendons in the elbow. This often occurs with excessive flexion and extension of the elbow, causing micro-tears in the tendons. Medial epicondylitis is commonly seen in golf, whereas lateral epicondylitis is commonly found in tennis athletes. At Causenta, we aid in rehabilitation by focusing on tendon health, while simultaneously strengthening surrounding musculature with the implementation of electrical and light therapies to complement the healing process.
With jumping, landing, blocking, and hitting the movements that make up the sport, majority of injuries are attributed as overuse injuries. Providing appropriate load management, nutritional support, and adequate strengthening and neuromuscular control, we can mitigate the risk of both upper and lower body injuries.
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8131 E Indian Bend Rd #125
Scottsdale, AZ 85250