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Life Made Simple Physiotherapy topical blogs re-visited | Anyone for tennis?

Looking back over the last 18 months of topical physiotherapy blogs completed on the Life Made Simple Physiotherapy website, we’ve picked out some of the blog highlights that remain as relevant now as they did when first published. The latest in this series is called ‘Anyone for tennis?’ from early October 2020.

Tennis is invariably a summer sport, acknowledging that there are now some excellent all-weather facilities, so perhaps the blog is now even more pertinent as we head into the summer months.

Anyone for tennis?

Sport of all kinds is of course very popular across the UK; it’s usually just a preference as to which sport you choose to spend your time enjoying. Here at Life Made Simple, we provide professional physiotherapy in Surrey and Guildford to keep you at your peak performance level.

Tennis in the UK

Tennis in the UK is one of the top sports enjoyed, although according to Statista, the number of people playing fell from 889,300 participants in 2016 to 635,700 in 2021. With the pandemic restrictions having been lifted, these numbers may increase slightly for 2022.

Surrey tennis courts

Get Surrey featured an article in July 2020 on 27 outdoor Surrey tennis courts, including those in Guildford and Godalming, and this can be found here.

Types of tennis injury

It’s great to enjoy outdoor exercise, weather and perhaps temperature allowing. Although with it comes the risk of physical injury, which can come in many forms, as you will be able to see from the following link to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy ( website here.

Physiotherapy helps with a host of common tennis injuries

Sports injuries are not uncommon, and physiotherapy can help keep you in your preferred sporting activity. Whether you compete, or you simply get involved to help with your exercise levels and mobility, the risk and impact of injury can be lessened with careful management. Issues such as swelling, and protection of the injured structures from further injury, need careful treatment. With the support of a chartered physiotherapist such as Life Made Simple, you can avoid long term damage.

Achieve your sporting goals!

Irrespective of your favourite sport, from hockey, to rugby, to bowling (lots of options in our area!), keeping an eye on your physical health and wellbeing is important. You may find that you cannot physically achieve what you would usually anticipate on the court, circuit or pitch due to pain or discomfort. Calling on a chartered physiotherapist will help you to achieve your sporting goals!

Contact Us

We look forward to helping you with your physiotherapy needs, tailored to your personal circumstances. If you are interested in our services feel free to call us on 07309 272 555 or email Life Made Simple - expert physiotherapy in Guildford and Surrey.

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