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Sports Injury Diagnosis: A Collaborative Approach

When looking after your physical health, it’s only natural to want the best of the best in terms of care providers. For this reason, Sports Injury Diagnosis Clinic has formed alliances with a wide network of sports medical and other specialist health care providers. It’s no longer necessary to have all providers ’under one roof’, rather, it’s preferable to use a wide variety of specialist physiotherapy, sports medicine, osteopathy and sports science practitioners in order to best serve the patient. The combined expertise is much greater than the sum of its parts, and we often have greater freedom to do what is best than many providers ‘under one roof ‘.

Sports Injury Diagnosis Clinic has been able to develop and maintain a strong collaboration with a number of partners, such as the London Bridge Hospital, Six Physio and London City Physiotherapy among others. This allows for combined excellence and expertise for all patients. This networking and development of alliances with authoritative practitioners ensures Sports Injury Diagnosis Clinic remains up-to-date and implements the best evidence-based medicine and techniques.

Anyone who visits Sports Injury Diagnosis will receive the highest quality of care akin to any professional athlete. Patients are followed-up regularly to ensure treatment outcomes are achieved in the quickest possible time. Additionally, we are diligent in keeping patients informed and educated about unrealistic expectations, frequency of setbacks, problems with compliance to therapy and the development of new symptoms. Dr Motto is involved at every step of the medical management of your injury or problem.

While diagnosis is the basis of an effective treatment programme, collaboration is the key to a healthy patient. For example, many patients require investigations such as an MRI. The interpretation of MR imaging demands genuine care and concern for the patient, a proper clinical diagnosis and an expert radiology opinion. Additionally, feedback gleaned from patients during a follow-up examination, combined with that of colleagues, are all fundamental to a successful treatment and recovery.