Sports Injury Clinic Worthing

Our sports injury clinic Worthing will help reduce pain, accelerate tissue and bone healing and promote faster recovery -even speeds up repair of small bone fractures.

What Treatment Do We Offer At Our Sports Injury Clinic Worthing?

At our sports injury clinic Worthing, we use low-level laser therapy and Class 4 Laser. This is carried out using a safe light source, which has no harmful effects on your body. It’s not like the lasers used in eye or cancer surgery, as it’s designed to stimulate and heal recently injured tissues and swollen joints. For your treatment, your chiropractor in Worthing will use one of two possible settings for laser therapy. The type of LLLT we use in our sports injury clinic Worthing, will depend on your condition and the aims of the treatment, matching the power density to your needs. Our Class 4 Laser for local conditions that do not respond to conventional care.

What Conditions Do We Treat At Our Sports Injury Clinic Worthing?

For the Class 4 Laser to provide pain relief or reach deep tissues, we’ll need to use the setting for high power density. This setting works particularly well for neck pain, jaw pain, back pain, sciatica, knee stiffness, hip bursitis and frozen shoulder.  Our laser foot clinic in Worthing is especially popular for plantar fasciitis and heel spur pain, Achilles tendinitis and ankle swelling, calf pains, other conditions such as athlete's foot, fungal nails, cluster verrucae and small leg ulcers or open wounds, treating long-term foot pain where other conventional medical treatments have failed.

The High Power density setting stimulates your injured cells, encouraging cellular healing and reducing inflammation (which in turn reduces pain). This method is great for injured tendons or stiff 'worn' joints having recurrent spains such as tennis and golfers elbow.

At our sports injury clinic Worthing, we are able to help treat a variety of different high impact conditions, including soft tissue injuries, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, Achilles’ tendinitis, hamstring tears, hip bursitis, joint inflammation such as runners knee and frozen shoulder. Even if your injury or area where the pain hurts the most isn’t mentioned on our site, our teams vast experience and qualificied clinicians means that our chiropractor Worthing team are still able to help you, so contact our team. Our aim is to enable you to be ourt of pain, more freely, help to speed up soft tissue recovery, reduce inflammation and pain and promote tissue repair. With fast, quick results reducing bone and soft tissue recovery times, helping reduce degenerative tissues changes long-term.


Laser therapy is particularly useful for speeding up the healing process for recent soft tissue injuries and leg ulcers including: 

Sports Injury Laser Treatment
What we help
  • Tendonitis
  • Plantar fasciitis (policeman's foot)
  • Achilles' tendinitis
  • Hamstring tears
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Tennis elbow
  • Hip pain
  • Joint inflammation
  • Jaw pain
Physical effects
  • Reduced Inflomation and pain
  • Speeds up soft tissue recovery
  • Promotes repair
  • Ideal for small open wounds
  • Speeds up recovery of ligiment,             tendon and muscular sprains




How Long Does Laser Therapy Take At Our Sports Injury Clinic Worthing?

Your first appointment at our MSK-Sports Injury clinic Worthing will last for half an hour and the treatment itself usually takes between 15 and 20 minutes. For the most effective recovery, we recommend that you have laser therapy applied at least twice a week. If you would like to find out more information about our laser treatment or book an appointment at our sports injury clinic Worthing, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our professional registered team. We can discuss your personal requirements, as we create a treatment plan that is bespoke to you and your individual injuries in your initial consultation. We will arrange a laser therapy treatment plan that is tailored for you.

Sports Injury Clinic Worthing Frequently Asked Questions

What is Class 4 Laser?

Class 4 Laser therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions to effectively treat soft-tissue injuries. It is carried out using a light source designed to stimulate and heal the injured tissue. This method is safe and has no harmful effects to your body.

How often will I need laser therapy?

For the best recovery, we recommend laser therapy twice a week, each treatment usually takes 15-20 minutes. We can arrange a treatment plan tailored to you and your schedule to make the process as simple as possible.

Can you treat tendonitis?

Using the high power density setting during Class 4 Laser treatment has shown great results for tendonitis where other conventional treatments have failed. This method stimulates the injured cells to encourage healing and reduce inflammation, and thus pain.

Can laser therapy speed up the healing of sports injuries?

Any recent tissue injuries can be healed quicker with the assistance of laser therapy. The process reduces inflammation which reduces pain and promotes repair for ligament, tendon and muscular sprains.