Sports Injuries and Performance Care
Athletes are seeking sports chiropractic care because chiropractic offers a natural way to increase performance and help prevent injury. Sports injuries are usually described as traumatic injuries.When professionals talk about sports injuries, they are usually talking about injuries that occur during collisions with other players, hard falls, and pulls.
Soloway Chiropractic treats all types of sports injuries. Injuries as painful asbone fractures or head contusions always require medical attention, but from the right chiropractor.
Why choose Dr. Soloway for your sports injuries and performance care?
For many years, Dr. David Soloway had taken care of and treat many star athletes, especially those in the NFL. Just like his care for all star athletes, Dr. Soloway extends his expertise and care to your wellness whether you are a professional or an everyday athlete. He is committed to bringing you better health and a better way of life by teaching and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care.
Sports Injuries We Treat
We treat all types of musculoskeletal sports injuries. If you play basketball, baseball, tennis, racquetball, volley ball, workout in a gym or run regularly, we can treat your current sports injuries and help prevent future injuries.
- Achilles Tendonitis
- Back and Neck Pain
- Head Concussions
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Runners Knee
- Shin Splints
- Shoulder Injuries
- Strains and Sprains
- Arm and Wrist Pain
- Spinal Injuries
Physio -therapy and Massages for Sports Injuries
These are useful therapies to improve the range of motion after an injury. For example, if you injured a muscle or a joint, a therapist will help you perform exercises that keep the area flexible and prevent stiffness while it’s healing.
Massage also improves blood flood, which in turn aids in healing. Massage must be performed by a trained physical therapist, who will know how intense the pressure must be and on what areas. Putting too much pressure in the wrong place can actually worsen the injury and cause more pain.
Rehabilitation for Sports Injuries
Rehabilitation is an important part of the recovery process and it can include many different things. Massage and physiotherapy can be part of rehabilitation. So can ultrasound therapy and gentle exercises such as walking or swimming.
The only way to treat your chronic pain is to evaluate your conditions and decide what is the best approach to deal with your injury. Although surgery is often not needed, a fracture or a tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in your knee or shoulders might require an operation. Call us at (714) 432-7777 or book your next appointment for further diagnostic at solochiro.com.