Sports Injuries – whether you are a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, sports injuries are a very common occurrence. From sprained ankles in ballet to concussions in football, each injury is unique and limiting in their own way requiring detailed attention. Sports injuries occur due to traumas, repetitive motions, or excessive training. Our doctors are able to help athletes, young and old, recover from acute and/or chronic injuries quickly. Getting you back in the game! Continued chiropractic care will prevent any relapsing condition and keep you performing at an optimal level.
Sports Wellness Program – is designed to provide affordable chiropractic care for athletes in area middle school, high school, and college athletics. This popular program is for athletes that are looking to get an edge over the competition. By improving biomechanics the body functions better, performing optimally, and as an added benefit these athletes are oftentimes less injured or recover from injuries faster.
The purpose of the Sports Wellness Program is to help sports programs and athletes maintain peak performance during their event season. Preventative chiropractic care will help maintain spinal integrity during the rigorous athletic season, and in many cases, keep sports related injuries to a minimum. The Sports Wellness Program is designed to be convenient and affordable. Wellness/preventative care is not covered by insurance plans, yet can be a vital part of the athletes ability to maintain maximum health, prevent a relapse of any prior conditions, and help to avoid future health problems associated with sports injuries – saving the athlete and their family both time and money.
Included with your weekly visit: Sports Wellness Program Packet (coming soon)
Specific chiropractic adjustment
Focused nutritional counseling
Peak performance education
CPOYA (concerned parents of young athletes) is a nationwide program that brings together experts in adolescent athletics. “With a raised understanding and awareness, a more proactive effort must be made by parents, coaches, administrators, healthcare providers, and athletes. With this collective effort, the existing healthcare crisis can be dramatically influenced in a positive direction while adding to the quality of life, and reducing healthcare costs, for many families.