If you have been going a little too rough on the field and get yourself injured or if the injury could be blamed on the other team, or even if you are doing your regular jog around the park and get your ankle twisted don’t just sit there and wait for a miracle to happen. You have to act fast if you want to preserve your body in its best condition after the injury. Get familiar with the immediate first aid. Right after the injury, you need to stop whatever you are doing and lay down and keep the affected area elevated. Get someone to grab a pack of ice and keep it there. Call for help and see a doctor immediately.
After the doctor The doctor can and will set whatever is wrong right as soon as it is possible. He will put you on painkillers and recommend lots and lots of rest. Apart from that, the doctor is most likely to advise you to go and see a physiotherapist in Strathfield which is of utmost importance. Whatever the muscles or membranes or the bones that got a little out of their ordinary way needs help to get back into track. These guys help them to get back.
Our bodies are so fragile that they are so vulnerable to injuries and sometimes we might even need to visit an osteopath so that we know we are going to the relevant people for the needed treatment. However, people are reluctant to adhere to the manipulation of an effective treatment for muscles and bones due it its bare workings and pain. However, it is only for the best of our bodies that we sometimes need to bear a little pain in order to get back to normalcy.
Before going back to the field. Do not go back to the field immediately after the injury if you value yourself even a little bit. What is set right doesn’t stay right unless we let it.
Let time take its course and avoid strenuous activity for at least two weeks. Even if it’s a minute sprain, stressing on the injury will lead to greater injuries. Do not immediately try to do what you were doing before – just play small for a while (I recommend at least a month of small play) before going headlong into intense physical activity. Consult a doctor before you go back, so that he will tell you if you need to rest more or how much of your body has healed.