Sports Injury Clinic Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire

Sports injury and rehabilitation, Sports therapy, and Sports massage therapy provided by AS Sports Therapy.

We provide personalised and comprehensive assessments for sports injuries and musculoskeletal conditions, helping you get back to peak fitness through rehabilitation and on going support.

If you've suffered a sports injury as a result of playing sport or any activity, and you'd like to get back to your peak performance, then we can help and work with you, ensuring you're back to your ultimate best, quickly and safely.

Find out today how we can help you, start here by arranging a free initial consultation >>

Common injuries as a result of playing sport or activities we can help treat:

  • Neck and back pain

  • Trapped nerves

  • Golfers/tennis elbow

  • Knee injuries

  • Ankle sprains

  • Shoulder injuries

  • Muscle imbalances

  • Stiff joints

  • Posture issues

What causes a sports injury?

Sports injuries can be caused by several reasons, including:

  • Not warming up before exercise​

  • Training too hard or too frequently 

  • Falling or encountering a heavy blow

  • Wrong technique 

  • Using equipment incorrectly 

Encountering a sports injury can be frustrating, especially when you just want to get back to playing the sport you love right away. Unfortunately regardless of what type of sports injury you have, it's going to affect your ability to get back to playing. Even if you put it off, it may have further consequences to your ability later on. 


A lot of sports injuries can be minor, such as a sprain or strain. These can usually be treated at home, using the 'PRICE' technique.

What does PRICE stand for, and how can it help me?

Prince stands for protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation.

Protection: When you've picked up an injury you first need to protect it. Use some sort of support to help prevent any further injury.

Rest: You need to stop any activity and rest the injured muscle or joint.

Ice: After an injury, it can help to apply ice or ice packs to the injured area. Do this for 15 minutes every 2-3 hours. 

Compression: During the day use a bandage or compression sock to limit movement and swelling.

Elevation: Whenever possible, keep the injured area raised, this can help further swelling.

Depending on severity of your sports injury, they can't always be treated at home and will require treatment from a specialist.

AS Sports Therapy is a sports injury clinic in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, we offer the best sports injury treatments enabling you get back to your sport or activity as quick and as safe as possible.


We've encountered various injuries from clients, as a result of playing different sports, treating many from various backgrounds and abilities. Click here to start your recovering by booking a free initial consultation today.


What treatments are used to treat me?

Sports injuries can be treated in various ways, treatments used include:

  • Soft tissue work

  • Taping

  • Exercise and rehabilitation programmes

  • Joint mobilisation

  • Stability training

At our sports injury clinic in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, we are able to give you a personalised and detailed diagnosis of your injury followed by a bespoke treatment/rehabilitation plan. This can include various exercises and manual therapy treatments, helping you get back to playing your favourite sport as early as possible.

When you first visit our sports injury clinic, we will begin assessing your injury. This will include having a conversation to establish the cause of your injury and what your current lifestyle is like currently. This will help to understand what may be affecting your injury and what we can do to overcome this.

Following your assessment, we will then use various treatments depending on your needs, this will include:

Manual therapy - this will involve hands on treatment, including soft tissue work, joint mobilisation, trigger points, range of movement and stretching.

Taping Kinesiology taping can be applied to help prevent further injury and add stability to the applied area, and also help improve performance. 

Exercise & rehabilitation programmes - Depending on your circumstances and needs, we may recommend various exercises for you to do to help over come your injury and strengthen the injured area.

When booking an appointment at the sports injury clinic, we offer all new clients a free over the phone/online initial consultation, to book an consultation please complete the form below.

How can I book?

If you would like to book an appointment in person, then they can be made at our local sports injury clinic in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. If you would like to enquire then please use the form below or call our sports injury clinic on 01442 959132

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We look forward to welcoming you at our clinic here in Berkhamsted.

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AS Sports Therapy is a sports injury clinic in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, providing clients with sports injury treatments and sports therapy. Serving Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire & the surrounding areas.

Contact our local sports injury clinic in Berkhamsted, to book an appointment today 01442 959 132

Sports Injury Clinic & Sports Therapy clinic in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.

Sports injury client's testimonials

 "Alex is a very knowledgeable therapist who discusses your injury / problem with you before starting any treatment. I would recommend a massage with her any time, I felt very safe in her treatment room as she has taken every precaution in safety & cleanliness through these difficult times." 


- Ann 

"Alex is very detailed in her appraisal of your injury or issue and completes a thorough rehab session, providing after-care advice. If an old injury or back

pain is troubling you, it is great value for money and definitely worth a try.
I can't recommend her highly enough."

- Richard  

"Alex is an excellent sports therapist. She very successfully helps manage my sciatic back and other back issues which I self inflicted due to many years playing front row in a rugby scrum!"

- Paul