Sport injuries Chiropractor

Did you have a SPORT injury?

Chiropractor in Everett for SPORT INJURIES

If you have sustained a serious sports injury, you may have a long road of recovery ahead of you before you can get back on the field, the court, or the track. However, with the right type of chiropractic care, your recovery time may be shorter or more successful than you originally anticipated.

Dr Trevor Nabholz has extensive experience treating patients who have suffered from a wide range of sport injuries. He can provide you with a treatment plan that is designed to help alleviate your pain, restore your strength and range of motion, and minimize long-term damage.

Engaging in regular exercise is commendable, but the potential for injuries exists during sporting activities and workouts. These injuries may result from accidents, improper training practices, or inadequate gear. Even repetitive activities like walking can lead to muscle and joint injuries. Our objective is to alleviate pain, restore normal function in the injured area, facilitate a return to sports, and prevent further harm.

Our chiropractors approach ensures comprehensive care and optimal treatment, even for complex injuries. Some examples include:

  1. Acromio-clavicular Joint Dysfunction:

    • Dysfunction in the joint connecting the shoulder blade and collarbone.
  2. Achilles Tendinitis:

    • Inflammation of the Achilles tendon, commonly affecting athletes.
  3. Ankle Sprains:

    • Injuries resulting from the stretching or tearing of ligaments in the ankle.
  4. Burners and Stingers:

    • Nerve injuries causing a burning or stinging sensation, often in contact sports.
  5. Foot and Ankle Injuries:

    • Various injuries affecting the feet and ankles during physical activities.
  6. Golfer’s Elbow (Medial/Lateral Epiconylitis):

    • Elbow pain on the inner or outer side, often related to repetitive motion.
  7. Joint Hypermobility:

    • Excessive joint flexibility, potentially leading to injuries.
  8. Meniscal Tears:

    • Tears in the meniscus, the cartilage in the knee joint.
  9. Plantar Fasciitis:

    • Inflammation of the tissue on the bottom of the foot, causing heel pain.
  10. Patellofemoral Pain:

    • Pain around the kneecap, often due to overuse or misalignment.
  11. Repetitive Strain Injuries of the Shoulder:

    • Injuries from repetitive shoulder movements, causing strain.
  12. Rotator Cuff Tendonitis:

    • Inflammation of the tendons in the shoulder, leading to pain and discomfort.
  13. Shoulder Impingement Syndrome:

    • Compression of the shoulder tendons, causing pain and limited mobility.
  14. Spinal Disc Herniation:

    • Rupture or bulging of the discs in the spine, potentially causing nerve compression.
  15. Ligament Injuries:

    • Injuries to the ligaments, which connect bones and provide stability.
  16. Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis):

    • Elbow pain on the outer side, often associated with tennis or similar activities.
  17. Hamstring Strains:

    • Tears or pulls in the muscles at the back of the thigh.

Our comprehensive approach ensures that each patient receives tailored care for their specific sports-related injuries, promoting effective recovery and minimizing the risk of further harm.

Sport injury chiropractor in Everett WA

Chiropractic care is an innovative form of treatment focused on diagnosing and addressing issues within the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spinal cord. It aims to alleviate various pain conditions, nervous system concerns, and joint-related ailments, gaining popularity across nations.

In the realm of sports, chiropractic care has witnessed a surge in popularity, with athletes seeking the expertise of chiropractors for treatment. These trained professionals possess a deep understanding of the spinal cord’s impact on joints and muscles, aiding athletes in enhancing mobility, flexibility, and reducing injuries.

The role of chiropractors in managing sports-related injuries is becoming increasingly prominent. They play a crucial part in preventing damage and facilitating post-injury recovery. Treatment plans often include joint alignment, drug-free pain management, and enhancing body performance, ultimately boosting productivity.

Various sports injuries can be effectively treated or managed through chiropractic care, including tendonitis, hamstring issues, joint stiffness, runners knee, tennis elbow, and lower back strain. A tailored sports chiropractic care plan can significantly expedite the recovery process.

Here are seven benefits of chiropractic treatment for sports injuries:

  1. Pain Relief:

    • Sports chiropractors, well-versed in the mechanical workings of the spinal cord and related joints and muscles, provide drug-free pain relief. Their techniques can reduce pain, improve mobility, and offer relief from discomfort.
  2. Improved Range of Motion with Adjustments:

    • Chiropractors’ expertise in joint functioning allows them to enhance mobility. Through adjustments, they can release tension, promoting quicker muscle recovery and improved flexibility in injured areas.
  3. Treatment of Misaligned Spine:

    • Chiropractors address issues with the spinal cord, rectifying misalignments that may affect other parts of the body. Adjustments reduce stress, inflammation, and enhance mobility, treating poor posture, weak spinal cords, and physical injuries.
  4. Enhancement in Overall Performance:

    • Chiropractic care contributes to increased athletic performance by managing injuries and promoting overall well-being. It helps prevent injuries, facilitates post-injury care, and aims to improve muscle and joint function.
  5. Drug-Free Treatment:

    • Unlike many sports-related injuries that often require extensive medication, chiropractic care is drug-free. This speeds up the healing process and minimizes the risk of side effects, ensuring a faster recovery.
  6. Boost in Energy Levels:

    • Chiropractic care focuses on improving overall well-being, triggering the release of endorphins and boosting mood. It increases blood circulation and mobility, making it easier for athletes to manage their energy levels.
  7. Quick Healing from Injuries:

    • Joints and spinal cord adjustments lead to quicker recovery by promoting relaxation, blood circulation, reduced inflammation, improved mobility, and efficient joint function. The absence of prolonged medication courses contributes to a faster, more effective recovery.

Taking care of the human body is essential, especially for athletes. Chiropractic care offers numerous benefits, including reduced reliance on medication, faster recovery, a holistic approach to healing, and a soothing experience. Reach out to our team of experienced chiropractors at Everett Accident & Injury Clinic for the best possible sports chiropractic therapy tailored to your injuries.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. What procedures do chiropractors perform?

    • Chiropractors engage in various procedures such as addressing pains, aches, strains, and muscle-related injuries. These procedures are tailored to the individual’s needs and the most suitable treatment plan.
  2. Can a chiropractor fix a muscle strain?

    • Chiropractors are adept at treating muscle strains. After assessing the injury, they devise a treatment plan that may involve addressing the strain directly or referring the individual to a specialist if necessary.
  3. How long does chiropractic adjustment last?

    • The duration of chiropractic adjustments varies according to the patient’s needs. Adjustments may last for a month or close to a year, depending on the type of adjustment, the extent of the injury, and the recovery process.

Our treatments include spinal adjustments, physical rehabilitation, massage therapy, and more. For excellent treatment and assistance regaining your active lifestyle, give Dr Trevor a call at 425-374-8014 and schedule a free consultation!

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