Sports Injury Rehabilitation helps patients heal faster. Whether you are suffering from knee pain, elbow pain, or back pain, our chiropractors can help.
Sports Injuries can happen to anyone at any time, and you don't have to be a professional athlete to get hurt. There is always movement behind the injury, especially when you play tennis or golf.
Knee pain is one of the most common sports injuries in people who engage in high-performance sports such as running. Other sports injuries include strains, sprains, tendinitis, and stress fractures. It is common to get injured in simple activities, whether you get overzealous with your routine or forget the proper safety equipment. In addition to torn ligaments and tendons, severe sprains and muscle and tendon tears can also occur. A painful disease known as "lateral epicondylitis." characterized by inflammation of the elbow tendons, is also common in sports injuries.
X-rays can help identify bone problems and malpositions, and MRI scans help rule out fractures and allow doctors to find soft tissue injuries. In most cases, it is about relieving pain and inflammation while the tissue heals. X-ray or MRI is necessary to diagnose an existing injury that may be directly related to a sports injury, such as a stress fracture or tendonitis.
The most important thing to know is how to prevent sports injuries: Prepare yourself for proper warm-up and cooling techniques. When you prepare, adequate water intake and proper exercise can help reduce the possibility of sports injury. Exercise is very good for your overall health. It can reduce stress and even strengthen your joints, bones, and heart.
Chiropractic care is part of the healing process that reduces nerve compression and relieves pain. Many people are surprised to learn that an undiagnosed malposition of the spine could affect their dynamics. Chiropractic adjustments are essential to correct this misalignment, but they are not the only solution. For optimal treatment, your doctor combines physical medicine with chiropractic techniques. This combination of care offers the best possible treatment for sports injuries, shoulder pain, neck pain, and other chronic pain.
Patients benefit from rehabilitation therapy for physical and sporting injuries, and it is also beneficial after surgery. These therapies help reduce inflammation and swelling in the muscles and tendons, minimize pain and support the body's natural healing process.
Integrating physical treatment with corrective exercises and chiropractic care leads to more effective pain management. If you have pain or stiffness in your lower back, corrective exercises can help restore your body's natural mobility. If you suffer from shoulder, knee, elbow, or back pain, chiropractors can help you with pain management, pain relief, and recovery. An integrated care approach is crucial to build strength, improve flexibility and allow the body to move fully after surgery.