Rehabilitation sports - sports injury, sports injury, wellness & health care

Rehabilitation sports

Rehabilitation sports

Meet a mental rehab trainer

Inre Hälsa's SportRehab offers you a modern rehabilitation technology based on the latest research.

We help you rehabilitate your sports injury & sports injury.

After a careful conversation, we set up a mental rehab program that is tailored to you, your injury and your goals.

The Mental Rehab program is followed up continuously and exercises are upgraded so that you perform all mental exercises correctly with the right focus. To achieve set goals, it is important that you are involved and take responsibility for your mental rehab.

SportRehab treatment

Mental training with SportRehab has broad knowledge and experience of treating sports rehabilitation of patients with various injuries, such as skeletal and joint injuries as well as tendon and muscle injuries.

Is physical exercise the only thing you do to recover better from your injury?
We teach you to be able to maximize your healing process through mental processes.

Then it's time for you to consider getting a mental rehab trainer who can coach you and give you the most effective mental training available.


You are here because you want something more. You want to get the breakthrough you failed to get on your own. You want to develop, learn new things and be transformed into the person you would be if your inner saboteurs and your body did not hold you back.

What would be possible if you dared more?

If you did not care so much about what you think others think?

Or if you stopped identifying with what you are accomplishing?

Working method

We work with mapping, planning and implementing targeted mental rehab treatment measures and evaluating the results. The starting point for assessment and treatment is the person's experiences of problems and difficulties in their everyday life and in sports. Mapping takes place via enrollment interviews, with the support of various assessment methods.

Then a mental rehabilitation plan is drawn up with goals and sub-goals in consultation with the person. The focus is on increasing confidence in one's own ability in the mind. The goals are followed up and adapted as needed. Evaluation of set goals is done when the goal has been achieved.

The work is carried out in accordance with the International Classification of Functioning (ICF). This means a holistic view of the individual and his environment. The goal is for the person to become as active and independent as possible based on their conditions in their sport.

We are located in the following locations: Norrköping, Stockholm, Malmö, Gothenburg

Most common sports injuries

The most common sports injuries usually occur due to overexertion, stress, mental blockages, fears, mental illness, belief that one is mentally invulnerable, anxiety and depression.

When an injury occurs, there is usually an underlying cause that makes the healing process take longer and there may also be fears left. Which stops athletes from performing as well as before.

Here are the ten most common injuries in sports.

Top 10 injuries in sports that can hinder you mentally:

  1. Muscle Burst:

Despite all precautions, muscle strain is inevitable, these injuries occur in every sport and affect the active enormously. A muscle strain occurs when a muscle is subjected to such stresses that result in wear and tear of some fibers.

  1. Neck pain:

Getting neck pain is very common in some sports, for example in tennis, competitive cycling, swimming and boxing. The pain in the neck can be due to several causes, most often it is a monotonous movement pattern that gives rise to tense muscles and locks in the neck joints and the joints in the thoracic spine. It causes pain in the neck.

  1. Frozen shoulder:

A condition when the rotator cuff muscles, which are responsible for fine movements of the shoulder joint, are stretched and become weak due to repeated use. Sports that cause this condition are tennis, cricket, golf and swimming or any sport that involves repeated use of an over-the-shoulder action.

  1. Low back pain:

Low back pain is common in several sports such as golf, tennis, weightlifting and martial arts. Pain far down the back is most often found during prolonged and one-sided training. It is first the joints in the back that lock and then the muscles. Pain then usually becomes local and hurts when moving the back.

  1. Tennis elbow:

An inflammation of the tendons and muscles of the forearm that controls the movement of the wrists. Golf, baseball (Cricket), tennis, weightlifting and cricket are sports where tennis elbow can be expected.

  1. runner's knee:

Running knees usually occur when a person has recently started running and starts by running too far and too hard. The injury is also largely due to the fact that the person is usually not strong enough in the stabilizing torso and buttock muscles. The pain in a running knee is located on the outside of the patella and can radiate up and down the leg.

  1. Periostitis:

Pain in muscles bordering shin bones is usually due to jumping or running on hard surfaces or due to common excessive use.

  1. Ankle Sprain:

Pain in ligaments on the outside of the ankle is sprained when the foot rolls on the outside. Common in tennis, volleyball, badminton, cricket and football.

  1. tendinitis:

This injury is common in long-distance runners. The cause of the injury is overpronation of the foot, leg length difference, trained on too hard a surface, bad shoes or lack of torso stability. The pain is usually located on the outside of the heel tendon 5-10 centimeters from the heel.

  1. Heel spurs:

Health spur is common in runners who are just starting to run. The reason for getting this injury is low arch and that you have a pronation misalignment of the foot. This puts increased pressure on the tendon in the hollow foot. Other reasons can be that you run on too hard surfaces.

Have you suffered any of these injuries?