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Sports Related Injuries for Adults

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Sports-related injuries are injuries that occur as a result of participating in sports or other physical activities. These injuries can range from minor cuts and bruises to more serious injuries that require medical attention. Some common types of sports-related injuries include:


  1. Neck and back injuries: These can include strains, sprains, or herniated discs, and can be caused by sudden movements, impacts, or overuse.

  2. Shoulder injuries: These can include rotator cuff injuries, shoulder impingement, and dislocated shoulders, which are common in sports that involve throwing, such as baseball or football.

  3. Knee injuries: Knee injuries can include sprains, strains, and tears of the ligaments and tendons, as well as patellofemoral pain syndrome and runner's knee, which are common in sports that involve running or jumping.

  4. Ankle injuries: These can include sprains, strains, and fractures, which are common in sports that involve jumping or sudden changes in direction, such as basketball or soccer.

  5. Head and neck injuries: These can include concussions, which are common in contact sports such as football or hockey, and can cause headaches, dizziness, and other symptoms.

Youth Sports Chiropractic

Pediatric Chiropractic

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Pediatric chiropractic is a specialized branch of chiropractic care that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of spinal and musculoskeletal conditions in children from birth through adolescence. Pediatric chiropractors receive specific training in the unique needs and conditions of children and use gentle, non-invasive techniques to treat a variety of health issues.

Pediatric chiropractic care can help children with a range of conditions, including colic, reflux, ear infections, headaches, and sports injuries. By addressing these issues early on, pediatric chiropractors can help promote optimal health and wellness in children and prevent future health problems from developing.

The goal of pediatric chiropractic care is to help children achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness through natural, drug-free treatments that support the body's innate ability to heal itself. This approach is safe, effective, and often preferred by parents who want to avoid the potential side effects of medication and surgery.

Mom's and Dad Sessions

Wellness Care

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Mom and Dad sessions in chiropractic care refer to treatment sessions specifically designed for parents to address their unique healthcare needs. Parenthood can be physically and emotionally demanding, and moms and dads may experience a range of health issues as a result.

Chiropractors who offer mom and dad sessions use a variety of techniques to help parents alleviate pain, reduce stress, and improve overall wellness. These techniques may include spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, stretching and strengthening exercises, nutritional counseling, and lifestyle recommendations.

Common health issues that parents may seek chiropractic care for include back pain, neck pain, headaches, fatigue, sleep issues, and stress. By addressing these issues through chiropractic care, parents can improve their quality of life, better manage the demands of parenthood, and promote optimal health and wellbeing for themselves and their families.


Pregnant Woman Chiropractic Care

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Are you experiencing discomfort during your pregnancy? Chiropractic care may be able to help. Pregnancy can put a lot of physical stress on the body, and many women experience lower back pain as a result. Chiropractic care can provide relief and help promote better spinal alignment, which can improve overall comfort during pregnancy. Additionally, chiropractic care can support the immune system, reduce stress, and promote overall health and wellbeing throughout pregnancy.

Lower back pain is a common issue for pregnant women, affecting 50-70% of them at some point during pregnancy, according to the American Pregnancy Association. The discomfort usually peaks around the third trimester, as this is when the baby gains the most weight and places the most strain on the back.

Pregnancy brings a multitude of changes to a woman's body, as it must accommodate the growing baby. As weight is gained, a mother's center of gravity shifts from its natural position to the front of her pelvis, causing stress and discomfort to the lower back and various joints in the pelvis. These changes can be challenging to cope with, but chiropractic care can help alleviate some of the discomfort and promote better spinal alignment for overall health and wellbeing during pregnancy.

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