See Our Sports Injury Chiropractor in Fremont, NE, For Treatment
Every athlete understands that with play, practice, and competition comes injury. Sometimes the injuries are small, and other times, they are severe. But, what too few athletes understand is that regular chiropractic care can have significant benefits when it comes to maintaining better health as well as better performance, especially over the long-term. If you sustained a sports injury, visit us at Brainard Chiropractic in Fremont for recovery treatment.
Common Injuries Athletes Suffer From
Just about any serious athlete, and even sports lovers, will experience some, if not all, of the following sports-related conditions:
Back Pain: A common complaint that everyone will experience at some point in life. Back pain is even more common for those who participate in athletic activity.
Neck Pain: No matter what you do for fun or a living, neck pain can take you out of the game very quickly. Neck pain can be minor, and it can be serious. Your chiropractor can help alleviate your neck pain in many ways.
Wrist Pain: A common condition incurred at the workplace, as well as on the field and at the gym. Often a result of repetitive strain, we have numerous chiropractic treatments that target wrist pain.
Frozen Shoulder and Elbow Pain: A classic symptom of an athletic activity, elbow pain can be debilitating. Likewise, a frozen shoulder can be very disconcerting as it can happen after the point where the injury should begin to improve. We offer many services that can effectively treat both problems.
Foot and Knee Injuries: A frequent occurrence in sports, these injuries must be taken very seriously. A damaged knee can result in a permanent injury, which has the potential to end an athletic career. Equally, foot injuries have ended the running careers of many long-distance runners. Fortunately, modern chiropractic techniques can improve and remedy these types of conditions in many cases.
Sports Chiropractic for Long-Term Health Maintenance
The greatest advantage of modern chiropractic care is that it excels in prevention, whereas primary care is much more oriented toward the emergency stabilization after an injury or illness is incurred. Chiropractic care helps athletes, and everyone else, to maintain flexibility, range of motion, and good musculoskeletal health. Chiropractic treatment can even help athletes recover faster, suffer fewer injuries, reduce pain, and improve performance for the long term.
Why Wait to Get Treatment for Your Sports Injury? See Us Today for An Evaluation!
Here at Brainard Chiropractic in Fremont, NE, we have many years of experience working with athletes and sports lovers to help them recover from and avoid injury. Get in touch with us today calling 402-727-8668 to learn more, or to schedule your consultation.