Sports injuries in the US occur more often than what we think, children and teens especially are at high risk. According to Stanford about 30 million children and teens participate in some form of organized sports, and there are more than 3.5 million injuries per year. Being the most common injuries sprains and strains. Adults are also at risk for sports injuries, especially when they haven’t been regularly active and when not warming up properly before exercising.
Cascade Health Center has been treating sports injuries for several years. Members of the Eugene Generals Hockey Team visit as often for chiropractic adjustments, we have the experience working with high school and collegiate athletes. If you or your children have suffered a sports injury, visit us for treatment.
Types of Sports Injuries:
- Swollen muscles
- Knee Injuries
- Achilles Tendon Rupture
- Rotator Cuff Injury
- More serious injuries like fractures, dislocations and more.
Chiropractic Treatment for Sports Injury
For most sports injuries, chiropractic treatments or adjustments work very well. Our Chiropractors help prevent neck, back, shoulder, knee, and ankle injuries. They do manual adjustment of the spine, to line up and balanced the bones and this way helps relieve tension in the body.
Through chiropractic techniques, the joint function is restored, helps with the inflammation and usually, athletes feel immediate pain relief. With regular visits, you can promote a quicker recovery.
On your first visit to Cascade Health Center, our doctor will examine your back, extremities, tendons, ligaments, and joints. In order to determine the best-personalized treatment for you and if needed he might also incorporate other methods to relieve the pain like ice, heat and electric stimulation.
A great advantage of coming to the Center is that we have a multidisciplinary clinic structure with an emphasis on physical rehabilitation, we don’t only include chiropractic treatments but also physical therapy, therapeutic exercise, therapeutic massage, myofascial release, neuromuscular reeducation, and acupuncture. So rest assured you’ll be well taken care of and in one of the best places to treat sports injuries in Eugene, OR.