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
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Patella Dislocation / Dislocated Kneecap
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
Knee pain from Osgood-Schlatters?
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?
Advice for Injured Athletes
Written by Dr. Emma Scaro, DC MS CCSP. Dr. Emma is a previous division 1 and professional soccer player, she is also a sports chiropractor at Chiros in Motion. She talks about her experience with injuries and advice that she has to offer athletes experiencing a difficult injury. Mindset is crucial during recovery from a… Continue reading Advice for Injured Athletes
Chiropractic and Hamstring Injury
Wondering how chiropractic can help with hamstring injuries? Hamstring strains are one of the most common injuries in sports. There are many ways that chiropractors can help which include reducing pain, increasing motion, working on the surrounding joints (hip, ankle, knee etc), increasing strength, and decreasing muscle tension.