Tennis Fit Therapy in BR1, BR2, BR3, BR4, Beckenham, West Wickham, Bromley and Crystal Palace

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Get Tennis Fit!

Back in Balance Clinic approach allows you to get Tennis Fit.

Book now to get Tennis Fit therapy!

We aim to overcome any injuries you may have that may be limiting your performance.

Tennis Fit therapy consists of a consultation followed by assessment and treatment plan and a strategy to improve your performance.

Common Tennis Injuries;

If you are suffering with any of these Book Now for your Sports Therapy treatment!

Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow is inflammation of the muscles and tendons of the forearm.

This inflammation is caused by prolonged gripping activities such as:

Tennis elbow causes pain when the lateral epicondyle (outermost part of the elbow) is touched and also if the elbow is straight and the hand is moved forward and back at the wrist. The pain is exacerbated by gripping activities and in some cases simple things like turning a door handle can cause intense pain.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can occur in tennis players because there are repeated stresses during tennis strokes, particularly the serve. There are several sources of shoulder pain in tennis players, but one of the most common causes is Shoulder Bursitis. Bursitis is inflammation of a sac of fluid called a Bursa.

In the shoulder frequent overuse of the Rotator Cuff muscles (these small muscles provide stability of the shoulder joint) can cause the Bursa to get ‘impinged’ between the muscles and the bony prominence of the shoulder, leading to inflammation. This causes pain whenever the arm is raised.

Calf Strain

The calf muscle group consists of the Gastrocnemius, Soleus and Plantaris muscles, situated at the back of the lower leg. Their function is to pull up on the heel bone and these muscles are most active during the push-off when a tennis player has to move quickly to react to an opponent’s shot. A strain occurs when the muscle is forcibly stretched beyond its limits and the muscle tissue becomes torn.

Sprained Ankle

Sprained ankles are relatively common in tennis players. Roger Federer, Andy Roddick and Andrew Murray have all suffered sprained ankles. The sudden sideways movements that are required during tennis can cause the ankle to twist, particularly if the surface is slippery or the player is fatigued. A twisted ankle causes damage to ligaments and other soft tissues around the ankle. This is called a Sprained Ankle. The damage causes bleeding within the tissues, which produces a swollen ankle that can be extremely painful.

Benefits of Tennis Fit Therapy at Back in Balance Clinic:

You may wish to book for a Sports Massage, £55 for 1 hour, if you simply want help with recovering from the stresses of Tennis training and had no injury!

Book now to fix your injury and to make an appointment for a Sports Therapy session:

07443 476 078

To allow you to arrange a swift appointment and answer any questions you may have.

You may also contact us by email

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Your first appointment

During your first appointment with Back in Balance Clinic we will discuss your symptoms, conduct a thorough assessment and examination. This allows us to offer immediate treatment to resolve your aches and pains.


(consultation | assessment | treatment)

You may wish to book for a Sports Massage, £55 for 1 hour, if you simply want help with recovering from the stresses of cycling training and had no injury!

At Back in Balance Clinic we look forward to helping you to be pain free and flexible.