Post-Sport Injury Chiropractor Therapy
A sports injury can be quite frustrating. At one moment, you're on top of the world scoring the most points in the game and the next you are rolling on the ground from a sprained ankle injury. We at the Penn Chiropractic Care Centre in Jackson, MI, are committed to relieving you of your pain and getting you back on the field in no time at all.
Why Should You Look Into Chiropractic Therapy after a Sports Injury?
The demands of athletic performance are manifold. During competition, you are constantly putting stress on different parts of your body that your body may not be ready for. As a result, your body develops tears and sprains that, over time, can seriously affect your athletic performance as well as curb your athletic career. Experienced chiropractors have the skills to prevent spine, back, rotator cuff, and a whole laundry list of other injuries from curtailing your sport performance through a regimen of joint realignment techniques that results in both relief as well as a quicker rate of healing so you can get back out on the field faster. Weekly or monthly visits to a chiropractor can, in fact, prevent you from getting injuries in the first place.
What Kinds of Treatment Can You Get for Sports Injuries?
As we noted earlier, injuries related to the spine, back, and rotator cuff are among the most common for chiropractors to administer therapy for. Some of these treatments include vertebrae re-aligning and adjusting, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, deep tissue laser therapy, CBD products, and lifestyle coaching and guidance. Any of these treatments or, better yet, a combination of them can lead to both a faster healing process as well as injury prevention.
What Benefits Will You Get Out of Therapy?
Decreased pain, increased mobility, and greater overall body function are the most common benefits of chiropractic care.
Additional life and nutritional coaching can ensure that you keep up good health practices in your day to day life. This will improve your lifestyle and can lead to greater athletic performance than you had before you began chiropractic treatments.