Chiropractic Treatment for Cheerleading Injuries

Chiropractic Treatment for Cheerleading Injuries If someone were to ask you which girls’ sport has the largest number of injuries, you might say soccer or gymnastics. Nope, believe it or not, it is cheerleading.  Cheerleading is also known as competitive cheer, and it “accounted for 65 percent of all direct catastrophic…

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Preventing Injury in Gymnasts

Preventing Injury in Gymnasts With an active, healthy lifestyle, there comes risk of injury with basically any sport or exercise activity. If we use and overuse our bodies, there is always a risk of injury. However, we believe injury and sickness associated with a sedentary lifestyle are…

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Deep Soft Tissue Massage

FAQ: Deep Soft Tissue Massage We seek to treat the whole body. Therefore, we highly value the use of soft tissue manipulation as an effective treatment in the healing of our patients.  We utilize a variety of modalities, tailored individually to our patients’ needs: Myofascial release – a hands-on, (manual)…

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Best Part of Playing Golf this Fall? Preventing Golfers Elbow

Best Part of Playing Golf this Fall? Preventing Golfers Elbow Golfer’s elbow does of course occur in golfers, but it also happens in lots of other patients that we see. It’s actually an injury that occurs on part of your elbow called the medial epicondyle, the attachment. The pain…

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Basketball Season: Injuries and Treatment

Basketball Season: Injuries and Treatment Fall is here, but you’re already thinking about March Madness. Why? Because you’re a basketball player! You’re just starting your sport for the season, and one of the best things you can do is stay ahead of potential injuries that nah you during the season.

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Hip Flexor and Hip Adductor Strains in Athletes: Prevention and Recovery

Hip Flexor and Hip Adductor Strains in Athletes: Prevention and Recovery The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 45, No. 12 produced an Article Named: The Epidemiology of Hip Flexor and Hip Adductor Strains in National Collegiate Athletic Association Athletes, 2009/2010- 2014/2015. The Article described research performed at the…

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