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How to treat basketball injuries with 2nd generation radiofrequency

Cómo tratar lesiones de baloncesto con radiofrecuencia de 2ª generación

Basketball is a dynamic sports combining intense and rapid movements, while using both hands and legs. The players are continuously changing directions, performing explosive jumps and making frequent physical contact with the other players. These brusque and repetitive movements significantly increase the probability of injuries. 

The physical demands of basketball, which include high-speed running, sudden stops and jumps to throw or block the ball, put a great deal of pressure on the articulations and muscles. Additionally, the constant contact with other players during the game can lead to sprains, falls and blows, further increasing the risk of injuries. 

In this blog, we will explore how to treat basketball injuries with 2nd generation radiofrequency, an advanced technology that offers efficient and fast solutions to assure an optimal recovery.

The most common basketball injuries

Sprained ankle

Without any doubt, sprained ankles are the most common basketball injury. In 9 out of 10 cases, the lateral external ligament is the most affected one, due in general to a bad touchdown after a jump or after accidentally stepping on another player. This type of sprain causes pain, swelling and limited movement and requires adequate treatment to avoid complications and to assure a swift recovery. 

El esguince de tobillo es la lesión más común en baloncesto
El esguince de tobillo es la lesión más común en baloncesto

Patellar tendinopathy and patellofemoral chondropathy

Patellar tendinopathies and patellofemoral chondropathies are frequent due to the physical demands of this sport. Tendinopathies are characterized by pain and sensitivity in the area of the patellar tendon, while patellofemoral chondropathy implies wear of the cartilage behind the kneecap, causing pain and difficulty to carry out certain activities that require knee flexion.

Meniscus lesions

Meniscus lesions are quite common as well and can have a significant impact on a basketball players career. Meniscus are C-shaped cartilage structures that act as shock absorbers for the knee, absorbing the impact and providing stability. Meniscus tears can be caused by brusque twisting motions, incorrect jumps or touchdowns or direct impacts. Meniscus tear symptoms include pain, swelling, stiffness and a locking sensation in the knee, restraining the player ‘s mobility and performance.

Injury  of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury (ACL)

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (LCA) is essential to the stability of the knee and its rupture is one of the most serious injuries a basketball player can suffer.This injury tends to occur during quick turns, brusque changes of direction, jumps or collisions. Al ALC rupture causes pain immediately as well as swelling and a feeling of instability in the knee. Most cases require surgical intervention and long-term recovery. A complete recovery is key to prevent further complications and to assure the player can go back to the game feeling confident and unrestricted.

Contusions, bruises and soft tissue injuries

Contusions, bruises and soft tissue injuries are also common among basketball players. The gravity of these injuries can vary, but a fast and efficient treatment can significantly improve the prognosis and speed up recovery.  

In short, the most frequent basketball injuries go from ankle sprains to tendinopathies to meniscus tears and ACL ruptures. Each of these injuries requires a specific treatment approach and adequate rehabilitation to assure a complete recovery and avoid relapses.

Treatment of basketball injuries with 2nd generation radiofrequency

CAPENERGY’s technology stands out because of its versatility in the treatment of different basketball injuries. And it’s known for its multifunctionality because of the amount of treatments that can be performed or body areas that can be treated, furthermore treating both symptoms and causes at the same, thus making it a multi-pathology treatment.

Capenergy, la solución para la rehabilitación tras una lesión de baloncesto
Capenergy, la solución para la rehabilitación tras una lesión de baloncesto

TECAR EVOLUTION CAPENERGY is the solution for sports centers and physiotherapists specialized in sports rehabilitation as it allows for treatments ranging from acute, inflammatory processes and traumatic pathologies to post-surgery rehabilitation.  

Treatments with Capenergy’s 2nd generation radiofrequency offer various benefits

  • Reduction of edema: in acute injuries such as sprains, contusions and bruises, radiofrequency helps reduce inflammation and edema. This is achieved through the application of athermal energy, which stimulates the elimination of liquids and the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the affected area.  
  • Acceleration of tissue repair: Radiofrequency boosts the regeneration of injured tissue, speeding up the healing process. This is crucial in the treatment of muscle and tendon injuries, as well as post-surgery recovery after fractures and tears. 
  • Prevention of complications: The application of 2nd generation radiofrequency helps to prevent the generation of fibrosis and scar tissue. This assures a faster and more efficient recovery, reducing the risk of relapse. 

Why choose Capenergy for the treatment of basketball injuries?

Capenergy’s 2nd generation radiofrequency offers several advantages in the treatment of basketball and other sports related injuries. Our devices have multiple channels, which allows treating  different body areas at the same time

  • C100: One-channel device, ideal for specific and localized treatments.
  • C200: Two-channel device, allows treating two affected areas at the same time 
  • C300 and C400:  Three and four channels respectively, perfect for large sports centers with an elevated number of various injuries.
Con Capenergy puedes tratar varias partes del cuerpo a la vez

The combination of automatic plates and capacitive and resistive manual electrodes offers multiple treatment options, adapting to each patient ‘s specific need. This enables the therapists to perform more complete and efficient treatments, optimizing recovery time. 

The importance of prevention and recovery

The prevention of injuries is fundamental to maintain basketball players in optimal conditions. Second generation radiofrequency is not only effective for the treatment of existing injuries, but also for the prevention of future ones. Regular treatment strengthens the tissues, improves circulation and reduces the risk of recurring injuries.  

Furthermore, CAPENERGY’s technology is a great tool to assure a fast and safe recovery. Early intervention with radiofrequency can speed up the return to play of the player, minimizing the duration of inactivity and improving performance in general. 

In conclusion, basketball, being a high intensity sport, exposes players to various injuries. Capenergy’s 2nd generation radiofrequency, offers an efficient and advanced solution to treat and prevent basketball injuries. Without any doubt, it’s an essential tool for any sports center and physiotherapist specialized in sports rehabilitation.

Implementing these treatments does not only speed up injury recovery, but also optimizes the players’ health and performance, making sure they can return to play faster and in better conditions. The combination of advanced technology and a preventive approach is key to maintain athlete’s in best shape, ready to confront the challenges of basketball with confidence. 

Would you like to know more about Capenergy’s radiofrequency and how it can help you treat different ailments in your clinic? Request a free demo.

How to treat basketball injuries with 2nd generation radiofrequency
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How to treat basketball injuries with 2nd generation radiofrequency
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