Sports Injury in Orinda CA
Many things can go wrong in the world of sports in Orinda CA. A twisted knee, a bad hit or an accidental fall can result in a serious injury.
Fortunately, spinal injuries represent a very small percentage of all sports traumas. But because spinal injuries are rare, too many injured athletes don’t think of seeking chiropractic care when they’re hurt. But most sports-related injuries involve the musculoskeletal system—the bones, muscles and other soft tissues we depend on to stand and move correctly. Chiropractic doctors are specialists in the musculoskeletal system.
Who Gets Sports Injuries?
Children are at greatest risk for long-term complications from sports injuries. Bodies that are still developing are more vulnerable to sprains and bruises that may look minor from the outside. If your child is hurt during an athletic event, seek medical attention as soon as possible, even if it seems like "nothing."
Seasoned athletes may suffer injuries from overuse, commonly referred to as repetitive-motion injury. Adults who are just starting an exercise regimen may injure themselves by pushing to accomplish big improvements in a short amount of time. In other words, almost everyone is at risk for a sports-related injury at sometime during their life.
Sports Injury and Chiropractic Care
The National Institutes of Health reports that the most common sports traumas are knee and rotator-cuff injuries, strains and sprains. Chiropractic care is effective for treating these types of injuries because they are all musculoskeletal problems. Here at Orinda Chiropractic Center we help patient’s recover from injury, reduce pain and even prevent future trauma by using a variety of modalities:
- Foot therapy and orthotics
- Spinal Manipulation
- Massage therapy
- Cold Laser Therapy
- Nutritional and Ergonomic Education
Chiropractic care is so effective for treating and preventing sport-related injury, that approximately one-third of all NFL teams keep a chiropractor on staff to treat their players, and more than 75% of NFL trainers have referred players to a chiropractor according to the National Institutes for Health. Recently, chiropractors have been included as attending physicians for the United States Olympic Committee, and some of the finest athletes from boxers to marathon runners to soccer players depend on chiropractic care to keep them in performance condition.
Chiropractors are on the cutting edge of sports-injury rehabilitation. For example, at Orinda Chiropractic Center we use new technologies like Rock Tape to help support injured areas and fine tune your body mechanics. In fact, Dr. Kevin is a Certified Rock Tape Doctor who can teach you the taping methods that will best help your specific condition.
To us, every patient we see is just as important as a world-class athlete. Sports injuries can be serious for adults and children. If left untreated, they can cause chronic pain and decrease your athletic performance and enjoyment. Call today and learn more about how chiropractic care and the staff at Orinda Chiropractic Center can help keep you in the game.
|Monday||6:30am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||6:30am - 12:00pm|
|Wednesday||8:45am - 6:00pm|
|Friday||6:30am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||6:30am - 12:00pm|