Project Description

The clinic currently consults for the “London French Rugby Club”, “Furnivall Sculling (Rowing) Club” and “Parkour Generations” as well as treating athletes from a diverse sporting background.

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Sports injuries can be broadly classified as either traumatic or overuse injuries.  An injury that occurs as a direct result of a sudden event, such as a sprained ankle caused by twisting awkwardly, is known as an acute injury.  In contrast, an injury that is caused by overusing the same muscle group or joints is known as a chronic injury.

Whether your sports injury is acute or chronic, if pain persists, you should seek a specialist’s opinion because you may be hurt more severely than you think. There are many different types of sports injuries, but certain body parts tend to be more prone to injury than others.

Poor fitness, technique and structural abnormalities also contribute to the development of sport injuries. Prevention being better than cure, we encourage screening for weaknesses that may lead to injury, and through the implementation of strengthening and conditioning exercises, help to eliminate them.

Rehabilitation is the active phase of treatment which introduces and integrates specific, progressive remedial activities leading through to a return to functional activity.

Rehabilitation is frequently missed or not addressed correctly but is essential for full recovery and the prevention of further or recurrent injury.  The team at Lucerne are committed to rehabilitation and it’s integration into a weekly training progrm.

Common Sport Injuries
Here are some of the common conditions we see at the Lucerne Clinic. It is not a complete list. If you are unsure of the nature of your problem, and how we can help, do not hesitate to call us. To assess a problem we are happy to offer patients a preliminary consultation, at no cost.

Foot Injuries
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Morton’s syndrome
  • Bruised heel
  • Achilles bursitis
Lower back and Buttock Pain
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Sacroiliac joint pain
  • Facet joint pain
  • Sciatica
  • Muscle strains
  • Lumbago
  • Scoliosis
  • Lordosis