Concussion Management

Concussion Management in Rimbey refers to a traumatic brain injury caused by biomechanical forces. An impulsive force transmitted to the head from a direct blow to the head, face, neck, or anywhere else in the body. Concussion symptoms can develop over minutes to hours, depending on the severity of the injury.
Even though concussions are generally associated with sports, they are more commonly associated with falls, motor vehicle accidents, and being struck by an object.

In the event of a recent blow or jolt to the head or body, you should seek immediate medical attention if you notice any of the following concussion symptoms:  
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Repeated vomiting or nausea
  • Convulsions or seizures
  • Confusion
  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Decreased coordination
  • Worsening headache
how we help

Restore and enhance your strength, mobility, function to deliver optimal quality of Life through education, empowerment and physiotherapy interventions.

Healing to sport induced injuries

At Re-active we see physiotherapy as a way to treat sports injuries. A dilemma usually faced by the person is whether the something that’s nagging in the body is an injury or it’s just pain. We specialise in treating injuries in joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles & nerves. While performing any activity an injury might occur by twisting the ankle, or a blow to the hand or a normal snitch in the run.

Our physiotherapists will look into your past injuries and advise the best possible treatment. Our expert physiotherapist ensures appropriate treatment to the injury, improving the movement and providing proper rehabilitation to get back on the field in the least possible time.

We help patients through manual therapy, exercise rehab & therapy. We ensure that injuries don’t stop you from going on to the field and enjoying playing the sports that you love.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of sports injuries do your physiotherapists treat?

Our Physiotherapists treat strains, sprains, tendonitis, muscle, ligament injuries, knee and ankle sprains, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, runner’s knee, shin splints, plantar fasciitis and back and neck pain as well as shoulder injuries and much more.

How long will it take to heal my sports injury?

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What treatments for sports injuries do you offer?

Healing times vary depending on the injury and the severity of the injury. In general, the sooner you start receiving physiotherapy interventions the sooner your injury will heal. Our Physiotherapists will be able to give you a general prognosis after performing the initial assessment and physical examination.

Is there anything I can do to prevent sports injuries in the future?

A lot of sports injuries occur due to improper warm ups, failure to stretch and undertaking tasks and exercise regimens that are more strenuous than usual. We advise taking a graded approach for any kind of strength training and usually a more aggressive training approach causes the majority of sports injuries.  Before stretching, it is important to warm-up your muscles by performing your choice of cardio for five or 10 minutes. Trying to stretch cold muscles can lead to injuries. Aggressive training can lead to stress fractures, muscle pulls and tendon strains. If you pull a muscle or injure yourself, you should stop the activity and apply ice. If the pain persists, schedule an appointment with our Physiotherapist.