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Prevention and rehabilitation of sports injuries

  • Participation in sports - organized or recreational - helps you stay fit and active. Whether you are a beginner or elite athlete, your goal is to always do your best.

    When you experience pain or injury and can no longer participate or stop enjoying your sport, you may benefit from the services offered by Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute's experienced physical therapists.

    Our therapists work with you to:

    • treat injuries resulting from athletic activities
    • reduce pain from old injuries
    • provide rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery
    • prevent/reduce anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries
    • prevent potential injuries for runners, walkers, cyclists, swimmers, golfers and those whose sports involve throwing actions.
  • Programs and services

    Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute's programs and services include:

    expand to learn moreACL Injury Prevention Program

    expand to learn moreAthletic training services

    expand to learn moreAlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill

    expand to learn moreAquatic therapy

    expand to learn moreCycleSMART

    expand to learn moreImPACT Concussion Management Program

    expand to learn moreRunning and Endurance Clinic

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  • Orthopedic rehabilitation

    Orthopedics rehabilitation focuses on injuries to your musculoskeletal system - the ones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves that make it possible for your body to move.

    Our experienced therapists, many of whom are board-certified sports or orthopedic specialists, evaluate and treat a wide range of diseases and conditions like broken bones, torn ligaments, shoulder separation, sprained ankles and repetitive motion injuries.

    As you age, wear and tear can take its toll on your joints and you many need joint replacement surgery. Physical therapy is the key to a successful recovery, beginning while you are in the hospital following surgery, then continuing after you go home to ensure improved range of motion and strength.