Sports Chiropractic
Chiropractic Care for Correction and Pain Relief
Chiropractic is a healthcare profession that cares for a patient’s neuromusculoskeletal system — the bones, nerves, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. A chiropractor helps manage back and neck pain through the use of spinal adjustments to maintain good alignment. Chiropractic is focused on the body’s ability to self-heal and includes other treatments like nutrition and exercise. By improving the neuromusculoskeletal system’s ability to perform, chiropractors believe the benefits of spinal adjustment and realigning joints improves the functioning of other systems throughout the body.
Chiropractors Examination & Medication

Chiropractors conduct an examination of a patient, looking at the spine’s position and muscle reflexes. They also perform tests and may take x -rays to diagnose the patient’s condition, then come up with a treatment plan and monitor progress. 

Chiropractors do not prescribe pain medication. Instead, they rely on and assist the body's ability to heal itself. A chiropractor’s primary therapy is spinal manipulation where they use hands or instruments to apply force to a joint in the spine, moving the joint in a specific direction for better alignment.

Chiropractors Treatment

The conditions that a Chiropractor can treat include the following:

Neck: headaches, migraines, vertigo and dizziness; muscle spasm, stiffness and wry-neck; numbness, burning, pins and needles of the upper limb; herniated discs, and degeneration of the cervical vertebrae and the facet joints

Back: low back pain, herniated discs, sciatica, muscle spasm, facet and sacroiliac joint syndromes

Overuse: tendonitis, frozen shoulder, golfers tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, sprains and strains and more

Posture: short leg (anatomical/functional), spinal curvature and other postural abnormalities that affect the function of the musculoskeletal system