Trauma surgery involves a wide variety of medical disciplines, including sports pathologies and post-operative rehabilitation, of which the strength is the capacity to adapt the treatment to the individual and their activities. Furthermore, podiatry, dietetics and psychology contribute to an overall balanced and healthy lifestyle, which helps prevent any possible future orthopaedic pathology.
After orthopaedic surgery, the body has to adapt to the modifications imposed on it. Post-operative rehabilitation accelerates and optimizes the physical recovery: it is an integral part of the orthopaedic program.
Numerous lesions are exclusively sports-related. Your sports doctor knows how to recognise and treat them. He carries out a rigorous evaluation adapted to each sport and will give you sound advice so you can make the most of the beneficial effects of sport whilst reducing the risks.
Rest is not always the solution. Thanks to their medical and sports knowledge, the sports doctor limits the duration of your unavailability.
The diet is major factor in the life of an athlete or individual, to satisfy their basic biological needs as well as to optimize their performance.
With their expertise, the dietician-nutritionist establishes protocols, within the framework of an individual program and following a complete evaluation, which comply with all your constraints and requirements.
Sport is great! By Yves BENSIMON, Podiatrist. Whichever sport we play, we use our bodies like a long chain of which the foot is the final link. Essential for posture, the foot integrates the constraints and all the imbalances of the upper levels and compensates.
You are going into hospital for an operation. You will have psychological support. What is psychological support? A number of factors can result in the need for an operation. It may be professional (an accident at work), accidental (car, domestic accident), or sports related (overtraining, reduced alertness, tiredness, a trauma).