musculoskeletal rehabilitation

The experts of Medical Sport provide a professional, complex and personalized background for our guests, whether they visit our institution from the point of view of prevention or rehabilitation purposes. We provide diverse and coordinated services to ensure your recovery, and we also help prevent the development of musculoskeletal problems.

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Post-injury rehabilitation to normal trainability

After sports injuries, a multi-step process leads to the repeated achievement of maximum athletic performance, this process is called sports rehabilitation. The first step is to treat the injured athlete as soon as possible by a specialist, which is optimally done by a sports doctor traumatologist. After specialist care, it is necessary to ascertain the severity of the injury and make the correct diagnosis. Once diagnosed, there are several possibilities, depending on the nature and severity of the injury. If surgical intervention is not necessary, rest, care by a physiotherapist or joint work with a physiotherapist begins, until a healthy movement image is restored. After that, the cooperation with the rehabilitation coach continues until the muscular and neuromuscular system required for the sport is ready for full load capacity.

What injuries need to rehabilited?

Sports injury is any pathological change that occurs during sports, requires medical treatment, prevents sports activities and causes social or economic disadvantages. Sports injuries can be acute or fatigue injuries. Acute injuries occur as a result of macrotrauma that occurred at a well-defined time. They can be caused by an external factor, such as when two footballers kick together, or by an internal factor, for example, when a muscle tenses so hard that it tears itself off the bone where it sticks. When the injury occurs, capillaries are damaged, as a result of which a hematoma forms at the site of injury.

Due to hematomas, local inflammation arises in the process, followed by regeneration, and finally remodeling.

The most common acute injuries are:

  • contusions;
  • sprains;
  • tears;
  • dislocations;
  • fractures.

Another major group of injuries is overuse, also known as fatigue injuries. These occur when an athlete is repeatedly and continuously exposed to a load that causes more damage to the body than it can recover from between two workouts (so the load is greater than the body's regenerative capacity). Thus, the damage accumulates.

The result is usually:

  • inflammation of the muscles and tendons' bony attachments;
  • tendonitis;
  • tenosynovitis; 
  • periostitis;
  • myositis;
  • bursitis; 
  • fatigue fractures;
  • cartilage surface damage;
  • joint wear and tear.

Rehabilitation is not only recommended for athletes and those with sports injuries.
Prevention and pain-free movement are very important, whether for young or elderly individuals.

Our Team

Meet the professional expert team at Medical Sport Rehabilitation Center

Medical Staff

Get to know the medical team with many years of experience supporting the work of the Medical Sports Rehabilitation Center.

Dr. Ferenc Hampel

He is an orthopaedic-traumatologist specializing in hip and knee replacements, knee arthroscopy, shoulder arthroscopy, hand and foot correction surgeries, as well as pediatric orthopaedic examinations over the age of 4.

Dr. Endre Rodler

He is an orthopaedic surgeon, traumatologist, podiatrist specialist, certified member and referent of the GFFC (German Society of Podiatrian Surgeons).

Dr. Ernő Majzik

Sports surgeon-traumatologist. Its main field is the treatment of sports injuries, cartilage injury, ligament rupture, setting up a treatment plan and, if necessary, surgical intervention. He specializes in traumatology, most often he heals knee injuries and lesions.