Padel Clinic in Riviera, Calahonda, La Cala, Mijas, and Marbella

Welcome to Costa Health's Padel Clinic

Padel is a thrilling racquet sport that challenges players with its fast pace. Like all sports, it can lead to injuries. At Costa Health, we specialise in treating and preventing Padel injuries.

Understanding Padel Injuries

Repetitive motions, quick changes in direction, and improper technique often cause Padel injuries. Common issues include strains, sprains, and overuse injuries of the shoulders, elbows, knees, and lower back. Here are some of the most frequent Padel injuries we treat:

1. Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Tennis elbow causes pain on the outer part of the elbow. Swinging the paddle repeatedly strains the forearm muscles. Our clinic uses advanced treatments like shockwave therapy, dry needling, and manipulation. We also provide targeted exercises, ergonomic advice, and braces to reduce pain and support healing.

2. Knee Ligament Sprains

The fast changes in direction and sudden stops in Padel put stress on the knees. This can cause sprains of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) or medial collateral ligament (MCL). Daniele, our expert Physiotherapist, is highly qualified to diagnose and treat knee ligament injuries.

After a thorough assessment and accurate diagnosis, we develop personalised rehab plans. These include strengthening exercises, joint mobilisation, and proprioceptive training to ensure a full recovery.

3. Rotator Cuff Injury

Overhead motions in Padel, like serves and smashes, can lead to rotator cuff injuries. These affect the shoulder muscles and tendons, causing pain and limiting range of motion. Many frustrated clients come to us after physiotherapy elsewhere has failed to relieve their shoulder pain.

True experts do not design most physiotherapy programs and do not incorporate the latest research. This is why many people still struggle with pain and cannot return to Padel. At Costa Health, our vast education, extensive experience, and multi-faceted approach uniquely qualify us to treat difficult rotator cuff and shoulder injuries.

Our program heals rotator cuff injuries by:

  • Increasing strength

  • Improving flexibility

  • Restoring shoulder range of motion

  • Loosening and lubricating the shoulder joint

  • Enhancing shoulder stability

  • Improving joint proprioception

4. Low Back Pain

Padel's twisting, bending, and sudden movements can contribute to low back pain, especially with poor posture. We provide comprehensive care, including chiropractic treatment and physiotherapy. Our tailored exercises relieve pain, improve flexibility, and strengthen core stability, allowing Padel players to enjoy the game pain-free.

Our Expertise

The experienced chiropractors and physiotherapists at Costa Health specialise in diagnosing and treating Padel injuries. We develop customised rehab plans to support a quick and successful recovery from the many injuries Padel players face.

Prevention is Key

In addition to helping you recover from injuries, our team guides prevention strategies. This proactive approach reduces your risk of future injuries so you can continue to enjoy playing Padel.

Contact us today to see how we can get you back on the Padel court!

Meet our Padel Clinic Team
Our Talented Professionals are Dedicated to Delivering Excellence. Click on a member of the team for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs about The Padel Clinic

Want to know more about Padel Clinic or to book an appointment? Enter your details below and a member of our team will contact you to discuss your requirements.
© Costa Health 2024. All rights reserved.