Wrestling is an intense sport that demands strength, agility, and flexibility. However, like any physical activity, it comes with its fair share of potential injuries. To keep wrestlers in top form and reduce the risk of injury, incorporating targeted mobility and stability exercises into training routines is crucial. Let's take a closer look at three… Continue reading “Stay in the Ring: 3 Common Areas for Wrestling Injuries and Mobility/Strength Exercises for Prevention”
In this blog post, we'll explore how chiropractic care can play a significant role in the management and treatment of Patellar Tendonitis, helping individuals get back to their active lifestyles.
Injury Management: Sports chiropractors specialize in diagnosing and treating sports-related injuries. Examples of these injuries are sprains, strains, and joint issues. Sports chiropractors can provide non-invasive, drug-free treatments to help you recover faster. Performance Enhancement: Chiropractic care can improve athletic performance by enhancing joint mobility and muscle function. Strength, flexibility, and agility are crucial for… Continue reading 5 Reasons to See a Sports Chiropractor as an Athlete
Benefits of Sports Chiropractic for Specific Sports As an athlete you may have realized that generalized treatment just doesn’t cut it. You know that your sport demands a unique set of physical requirements and poses specific challenges to your body. This is where sports chiropractic care shines. In this blog, we'll delve into the benefits… Continue reading Chiropractic Care For Specific Sports
Chiropractic can help improve hip pain with a variety of treatment options including muscle work, therapeutic exercise, chiropractic adjustments, treating muscle imbalances, and improving mobility restrictions in the hip, low back, SI joint, and ankle. The key is to find a certified sports chiropractor who specializes in these fields and offers these types of treatments.… Continue reading How sports chiropractic can improve your hip pain.
What is frozen shoulder and why does it happen? Adhesive Capsulitis, otherwise known as Frozen Shoulder, can develop in a few different ways. The most common factor is a prolonged period of shoulder immobilization. This can be due to a shoulder injury or after shoulder surgery. Other precursors for developing adhesive capsulitis are having an… Continue reading Adhesive Capsulitis / Frozen Shoulder
Chiropractic can help improve shoulder pain by providing a variety of treatment options including muscle work, therapeutic exercise, chiropractic adjustments, treating muscle imbalances, and improving mobility restrictions in the shoulder, neck, and upper back. The key is to find a certified sports chiropractor who specializes in these fields and offers these types of treatments. Chiros in Motion offers all of the above. 4… Continue reading How Chiropractic Can Help Your Shoulder Pain
What is a dislocated kneecap and why does it happen? The patella, otherwise known as the knee cap, is a bone that sits in the front of the knee joint. When the knee bends and straightens the patella provides extra support and acts as leverage to provide more power and stability to the knee joint.… Continue reading Patella Dislocation / Dislocated Kneecap
What is Osgood-Schlatters? Osgood-Schlatter disease is a childhood injury caused by repetitive use. Too much activity without enough rest causes pain and inflammation just below the knee cap. This condition often affects children who are undergoing or are just experiencing the end of a growth spurt. Sports with repetitive running, jumping, and cutting are the… Continue reading Knee pain from Osgood-Schlatters?
What is Trigger Point Dry Needling? During this treatment, the practitioner uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate the target tissue beneath. The target tissues in this case are called trigger points or "knots" within a muscle or connective tissue. This is a great way to manage neuromusculoskeletal pain and limitations… Continue reading Trigger Point Dry Needling