“Look well to the spine for
the cause of disease.”
“There is a vast difference
between treating the effects
and adjusting the cause.”
Dr. D.D. Palmer
"THE DOCTOR OF THE FUTURE WILL GIVE NO MEDICINE BUT
WILL INTEREST HIS PATIENTS IN THE CARE OF THE HUMAN FRAME,
IN DIET AND THE CAUSE AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE"
WEALTH IS HEALTH"
"THE NERVOUS SYSTEM CONTROLS AND COORDINATES
ALL ORGANS AND STRUCTURES OF THE HUMAN BODY"
HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF A
NEITHER HAVE WE.
TAKE CARE OF THE ONE YOU HAVE.
Chiropractic is an integral part of the care that many professional athletes receive. But just because you aren’t going to the Olympics doesn’t mean that you too can’t improve your health and performance with chiropractic care.
When it comes to sports injuries, weakness or improper stretching can put you at risk of getting hurt. There are two basic types of sports injuries: the first is the result of a trauma inflicted by incidents like a collision or a slip or a fall. The second type is caused by the overuse of a muscle group or joint whereby the repetitive movement of the same area causes an inflammation or injury.
It is vitally important to get proper care for any injury to prevent the development of chronic problems or permanent damage. Chiropractors are trained in treating sports-related injuries, so can advise you in the best way to heal an injury and how best to prevent it from recurring. In fact, research has suggested chiropractic is the most effective conservative treatment option for athletes with back pain.
Chiropractic care for sports injury can range from massage therapy to joint manipulation, or specific exercises that target problem areas and strengthen previously injured or weakened muscles and joints.Working in conjunction with a qualified trainer and a chiropractor can help you stay in great shape and prevent injuries.
Petering R and Webb C. Treatment options for low back pain in athletes. Sports Health 2011; 3(6): 550–555.