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The sport of Pickleball has become a dill-ightful craze these days! However, with the increasing number of players, physical therapists have noticed a significant uptick in pickleball-related injuries by over 50%. Accidents can happen on the court whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie to the game. But fret not; physical therapy can help you recover from your pickleball pickle and return to smashing those balls in no time!


Physical therapy can help you manage your pain. 

Physical therapy can relieve pain, whether dealing with a sprained ankle, a strained muscle, or a more severe injury. Your physical therapist will use various techniques, such as manual therapy, stretching, and exercise, to help alleviate your pain and promote healing. In addition to managing your pain, physical therapy can also help you regain your range of motion, strength, and flexibility. Depending on the type and severity of your injury, you may have lost some of your range of motion and muscle strength. 


Physical therapy can also help you prevent future injuries. 

Your physical therapist will teach you how to move and play Pickleball in a way that minimizes your risk of injury. They may also recommend exercises and stretches at home to keep your body in shape. Physical therapy can help you get back on the court and to your routine, whether you’re a competitive player or enjoy playing Pickleball for fun. Your physical therapist will work with you to design a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs and goals.


Pickleball is a blast, but let’s face it – no one wants to be sidelined with an injury. So, if you find yourself feeling like a pickle in a jar (get it?), it’s time to call in the experts. Your physical therapist can help you bounce back and get back to crushing it on the court. Don’t let an injury pickle your fun – schedule your appointment today!

Cray Physical Therapy offers treatments, management, and general information for several types of pain related to work, sports, or everyday living injuries. Give us a call at 339-987-4856 so we can help you get on the road to recovery!