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Sports Injury FAQs

For many Americans, playing sports and exercising are just a part of everyday life that can never lead to injury. On the contrary, thousands of children, teens, and adults end up in need of care every year due to sports injuries. Sports injuries can strike at any moment, and they can be caused due to team sports, contact sports, or even exercise.

Any of these types of sports can lead to severe injuries that can take months or years to recover from. That's why we offer help at Spine and Injury Associates To treat sports injuries effectively. If you want to know more about how we treat sports injuries, read on below. Then, contact us today at one of our clinics near Altamonte Springs, Haines City, Plant City, Kissimmee, Winter Haven, or Ocala, or find our chiropractor in Orlando.

 Sports Injury FAQs

What are Common Sports Injuries?

Sports injuries come in many shapes and sizes. However, some of the most common include muscle strains and sprains, such as pulled back muscles, rotator cuff injuries, and Achilles heel injuries. Other injuries are caused by breaks and dislocations of the bones. In addition, other sports injuries can include internal injuries such as muscle tears, bruising, concussions, and lacerations on the skin that extend deep down.

How Can a Chiropractor Help?

There are many different types of sports injuries, which all require different forms of treatment. For instance, if you've suffered from a dislocated bone or broken bone, this can have negative effects on your overall spinal health. To place the spine back in alignment, your chiropractor can help realign the spine through chiropractic adjustments.

For injuries related to the muscles, a chiropractor can provide muscle exercises and stretches to improve the mobility and flexibility of injured muscle groups. They can also help restore strength, so you can reduce your chances of re-injury and get back out on the field as soon as possible.

Which Treatment Will Work For Me?

Only your chiropractor will determine the best treatment for your sports injury. In addition to self-care and rest, your chiropractor will recommend treatment based on a comprehensive physical exam. This exam will help your chiropractor learn the extent of your injuries and base care on this.

Sports Injury Treatment in Orlando, Altamonte Springs, Haines City, Plant City, Kissimmee, Winter Haven, and Ocala

Call Spine & Injury Associates today at (407) 434-7246 for more information on sports injuries or to schedule an appointment with our chiropractor. 

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