The goal of the team at Pro Sports and Elite Rehab is to exceed expectations one patient at a time. At the office in Vero Beach, Florida, the practice provides a full array of orthopaedic services, including but not limited to diagnostic imaging and testing, physical therapy, injection therapy, regenerative medicine, and surgical procedures. They have been committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive care to their family of patients for over 25 years.
Pro Sports and Elite Rehab is not a medical factory that simply pushes patients in and out with surgery as the only option. They are a medical family which focuses on patients’ individual needs and the multiple solutions available. They are a community-driven practice that provides high-quality, board-certified, expert care. They even provide care to the athletes of Vero Beach High School, St. Edwards School, all the teams that compete and train at Historic Dodgertown, and many other community organizations including the American Red Cross.
The state-of-the-art office provides personalized solutions for a variety of patient complaints, including ankle pain, elbow pain, knee pain, sciatica, shoulder pain, back pain, foot pain, arthritis, and neuropathy. In the event that patients’ pain does not respond to conservative treatments, they are also experts in joint replacements, ACL repairs, and rotator cuff repairs.
Pro Sports and Elite Rehab strives to serve patients of all ages with the utmost integrity, compassion, and accountability. Let Pro Sports and Elite Rehab get you moving again and return you to your full wellness potential. To book an appointment, call the office or schedule online today.
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Sports injuries occur when playing indoor/outdoor sports or while exercising. They can result from accidents, inadequate training, improper use of protective devices, insufficient stretching or warm-up exercises. The most common sports injuries are sprains and strains, fractures and dislocations.
The most common treatment recommended for injury is rest, ice, compression and elevation (RICE).
Avoid activities that may cause injury.
Ice packs can be applied to the injured area, which will help reduce swelling and pain. Ice should be applied over a towel on the affected area for 15-20 minutes, four times a day, for several days. Never place ice directly over the skin.
Compression of the injured area also helps reduce swelling. Elastic wraps, air casts, and splints can accomplish this.
Elevate the injured part above your heart level to reduce swelling and pain.
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