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Track Race

Sports Injuries

“The reason I exercise is for the quality of life I enjoy.” - Kenneth H. Cooper


Renowned athletes such as Usain Bolt, Tom Brady, and Michael Jordan have long applauded the virtues of chiropractic care, attributing their enhanced sports performance and expedited recovery from sports-related injuries to it. Nevertheless, one does not need to be an Olympian to enjoy the same advantages. Embracing a proactive and preventive approach, chiropractic care can contribute to improved performance by enhancing the function of the nervous system. Research has documented various benefits, including enhanced spinal and extremity mobility, heightened reaction speed, and improved proprioception, which pertains to body awareness. 


Yet, the significance of chiropractic care extends to the recovery process following sports injuries. Below are some of the prevalent injuries that chiropractors commonly encounter: 

  1. Knee pain encompasses issues like tendonitis, cartilage problems, and muscular discomfort. 

  2. Elbow pain, which incorporates conditions such as lateral and medial epicondylitis (commonly known as Tennis elbow and Golfer's elbow). 

  3. Pain related to the lower back, middle back, and neck.

  4. Wrist pain and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. 

  5. Foot pain including conditions like Plantar Fasciitis. 

  6. Leg pain and Sciatica. 

  7. Other forms of muscle pain and muscle injuries. 


In essence, chiropractic care serves as a comprehensive solution not only for achieving peak sports performance but also for supporting the healing process in the aftermath of sports-related injuries.

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