Sports Injuries are frustrating because they can stop you from doing the things you really enjoy. People feel that they lose that competitive edge through no fault of their own. Whatever your sport from tennis to football, golf to cycling and skiing to snowboarding you can bet that the top exponents have used Chiropractors to get themselves back into shape. That goes for professional and weekend players alike.
We have had a number of patients tell us how their tennis serve has improved since being under chiropractic care.
The most frustrating thing about sports injuries is that they often re-occur – this is usually due to the fact that the cause of the problem has not been found and corrected.
To help find the cause of your pain we offer the following:
- Full Consulatation with a Doctor of Chiropractic
- Through Examination with Neurological, Orthopeadic & Blood Pressure Tests
- Spinal Scans
- Digital Foot Scans
- Postural Analysis
- X-Rays (if necessary)
- A Detailed Verbal Report of our Findings and a thorough explanation of the X-Rays
After this, you should know more about your body and the problems you are experiencing.
Whether you go ahead with treatment is as always entirely your decision. If the care you require is outside of our scope, we will recommend you to the relevant healthcare professional.
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