Esport Athletes and Virtual PT
Cramped hands? Wrist strain? Many eSport players don’t realize virtual physical therapy can alleviate common gaming injuries. One of our dedicated PTs will address your wrist, finger, hand, or shoulder pain and prescribe a course of treatment dedicated to you. It may be as simple as addressing the ergonomics of your playing station, taking more frequent breaks, or performing routine stretching.
Schedule an Agile Virtual PT screening and learn why top gamers incorporate PT into their routine.
What We Treat
• Wrist pain
• Shoulder pain
• Carpal tunnel
• Finger pain
• Rheumatoid arthritis
How We Treat
Virtual physical therapy will address common pain points experienced by Esport athletes: wrist pain, shoulder pain, numbness, tingling, and more. An appointment may be as simple as reviewing the ergonomics of your playing station to improve playing posture, or a PT may prescribe daily exercises to reduce wrist and foreman pain.
If you’re experiencing discomfort from gaming, schedule a free screening with an Agile PT to play without pain.
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