Sports injuries are too common in our athletic population. Sports injuries can happen due to a specific incident, but many patients come into our office unaware of how they became injured in the first place. These types of repetitive injuries can occur from overuse and not focusing enough on proper recovery techniques.
Being injured not only affects your ability to perform at your best, but also takes a toll on mental well-being. It can be quite frustrating not being able to participate in general exercise, practice, and game day.
It is best practice not to wait for pain from a sports injury to go away on its own; it usually does not and will most always affect your performance and lead to other compensatory injuries.
Repetitive strain on injured areas from continuing with sports and exercise without proper treatment can lead to longer and more complicated recovery times.
Chiropractic care for sports injuries not only relieves pain, but also addresses the underlying musculoskeletal condition related to the injury. This shortens recovery time, increases tissue resilience, prevents future injury, increases your performance, and gets you back in the game.