Chiropractor For Sports Injuries
How Chiropractors Help With Sports Injuries
Injuries can occur in almost any sport. Whether you participate in team sports like basketball and football or individual ones like skiing and bicycling, injuries are always possible. They can be sustained unexpectedly while competing or slowly over time due to repetitive motions. Many common types of sports injuries can be treated by the chiropractors at Limitless Chiropractic in Charlotte, NC. The experienced and knowledgeable chiropractors at Limitless Chiropractic are familiar with common sports injuries and how to treat them.
Common Sports Injuries
The neck and lower back are especially prone to injury during sports. Athletes who run or lift weights regularly can easily develop lower back injuries due to the repetitive movements involved in running and lifting. Swimmers are also at risk for lower back injuries due to possible hyperextension while performing strokes such as the crawl or breaststroke. Activities such as cycling, golfing, skiing and gymnastics can all result in muscle strains and lower back injuries. Other sports, like football and soccer, are associated with injuries to the neck, spine and head.
Chiropractic techniques can be used to help heal sports injuries and provide relief from any pain or discomfort caused by an injury. A chiropractor will make adjustments to the neck or spine to reduce joint inflammation, improve joint functioning and alleviate pain. Chiropractic care is not just for injury recovery, though. It can also help prevent future sports injuries. By performing movements to adjust the spine so that the vertebrae are lined up correctly, the chiropractors at Limitless Chiropractic can ensure your spine is properly aligned and less prone to injury.
Sports are a great way to stay fit, compete and have fun, but they also put athletes at risk for neck, back and other injuries. If you have sustained a sports related injury, a chiropractor can help with your recovery, as well as prevention of additional injuries in the future.