Miami Gardens Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center works with athletes at all levels of competition to prevent, evaluate and treat sports injuries through sports physical therapy. Sports physical therapy promote healing, restores range of motion, increases endurance, and helps athletes get back into the game. It combines exercise, strength training, gait training, manual therapy techniques, and education to promote optimum health and maximize function.




A popular way to maintain your health is to exercise by participating in sports. Exercise is very good for your overall health. It can reduce stress, and even strengthen your joints, bones, and heart. However, it is an unfortunate fact that injuries can occur while partaking in these activities. Whether you’ve become overzealous with your routine, or simply forget to use the proper safety equipment, it’s become very common nowadays to become injured while doing these activities.

The most common sports injuries are Strains, Sprains, Tendinosis, and Stress Fractures. Strains and Sprains are very common injuries. When you accidentally twist or overextend a joint, it can tear the muscles and tendons. When you overextend these muscles, it can cause a strain. If the ligament then tears, it can result in a sprain. Tendinosis, or “overuse syndrome", happens when certain joints in the body are overused. When these parts become overworked, it can result in pain and dysfunction. With the tendon being used over and over again, it becomes inflamed from the repetitious activities. Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow are great examples of Tendinosis. Stress fractures are another injury commonly seen in regards to sports injuries. Stress fractures are also known as Fatigue Fractures. These fractures happen when there is a large, abnormal amount of weight being placed on a bone. It is extremely common in beginner runners who start off at a higher level than advised.

Miami Gardens Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center offers:

  • Onsite sports physical therapy services at practices, games and events

  • Communication with coaches, physicians, parents and athletes

  • Clinical evaluation and diagnosis

  • Immediate and emergency care

  • Treatment, rehabilitation and education

  • Organizational and professional health and well-being

  • Conditioning program development

  • Therapeutic massage

  • Nutrition programs

  • On-call accessibility

  • Comprehensive concussion management