4 Reasons to See a Sports Chiro After Your Seasons Over

1. Evaluate any injuries that occurred during the season Injuries often occur middle to the end of a sports season. Having these injuries evaluated and treated by a sports chiropractor can shorten the healing process and help to prevent the injury from reoccurring. 2. Improve mobility and range of motion The body adapts to repetitive… Continue reading 4 Reasons to See a Sports Chiro After Your Seasons Over

4 Chiropractic Myths

Myth #1: Chiropractors only treat the spine Chiropractors specialize in a range of musculoskeletal conditions. These conditions include the lower and upper extremities. Chiropractic education focuses on the musculoskeletal system giving them extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology. The education chiropractors receive covers injuries, disorders, or dysfunction of bones, joints, tendons, and muscles. Their education… Continue reading 4 Chiropractic Myths

How Can Sports Chiropractic Help Me Prepare for this Sports Season?

1. Decrease the risk for injury Faulty movement patterns or asymmetry in muscle strength can lead to injury. Here at Chiros in Motion our sports specialists will evaluate your movement patterns and perform muscle tests to be sure you are functioning at your best. If there are any faulty movement patterns or significant weaknesses found… Continue reading How Can Sports Chiropractic Help Me Prepare for this Sports Season?

8 Ways to Prepare For This Upcoming Sports Season

1. Start conditioning before the season starts Preparing to train hard is one of the best ways to reduce injury risk. Starting the season with little to no prior strength or conditioning training puts your muscles, ligaments, and joints at higher risk of overuse and over-exertion injuries. Training before the season starts is important because… Continue reading 8 Ways to Prepare For This Upcoming Sports Season

Sustained Positions & Its Influence on Back Pain & Sports Performance

The key point of this article is similar to one of our previous articles “Work Position and How it Influences Pain”. One of the most effective ways to reduce the cause of positional back pain is to change position often! There are a variety of physiological factors at play when you hold the same position… Continue reading Sustained Positions & Its Influence on Back Pain & Sports Performance

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Core Stabilization Exercises All Athletes Should Train

Core strength, stability, and control are all major components of sports performance and injury reduction. Your core is responsible for transferring energy and power from your lower body to your upper body as well as power from your upper body to your lower body. Without the proper core stability and control, the transfer of energy… Continue reading Core Stabilization Exercises All Athletes Should Train

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What Type of Stretching is Best for Athletes?

Types: Static When you think of stretching, static stretching is usually the first thing to come to mind. Static stretching has been used as a pre-sport warm-up and post-sport cooldown for many years. Although new research is showing that it should only be done as a cooldown and not during warm up for sports requiring… Continue reading What Type of Stretching is Best for Athletes?

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Work Position & How it Influences Pain

Common conditions and complaints that arise from work position The most common complaints that arise from sitting in the same position all day include headaches and pain/stiffness in the low back, upper back, and neck. Shoulder impingement and hip tightness are common complaints as well. These types of complaints can occur together or separately and… Continue reading Work Position & How it Influences Pain