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Chiropractic care is a holistic and natural approach to healthcare. It can help relieve various musculoskeletal issues. Thus, it is of good application for athletes. The special care is especially effective for athletic training or competition.
Pain and tightness can prevent you from moving as you should during a game. The discomfort may come from an untreated injury. That is why the American Chiropractic Association recommends regular sessions with a sports chiropractor. Doing so can improve your performance as an athlete.
It is important to know when to rest and when to build up aspects of your fitness when recovering from a sports injury. Your injury must fully recover before you can resume your physical activities. Here are a few sports injury rehab do’s and don’ts to make your recovery as effective as possible.
Concussions can happen to anyone and occur anytime there is an impact or violent shaking of the head. Most concussions result from falls, auto accidents, or sports injuries. It is best to take such injuries seriously and seek medical attention immediately.
Injuries can be painful and require a long time to heal. During this time, you may miss games and practice. It may mean needing more time to catch up with your teammates. However, chiropractic care will help you recover fast from your injuries. You can get back to the sport you love without losing much time. How does chiropractic care do this?
Whether you play sports for fun or competition, injuries are not a welcome occurrence. They are painful and uncomfortable. They will cost you time off the pitch or track. In some cases, injuries will cost you money. Most injuries happen during training and are avoidable. Therefore, athletes should learn to care for their bodies to avoid injuries.
With many sports injuries, patients can return to their activities when the pain and inflammation disappear and after regaining strength. After a head injury or concussion, athletes should only return to practice under supervision and with the approval of a healthcare provider.
CrossFit is more than just exercise; it is training designed to test the mind and push the body beyond certain limits. The endurance-testing training includes high-intensity workouts that can change the body and mind.
Today we are going to go over “Differences in brain processing of proprioception related to postural control in patients with recurrent non-specific low back pain and healthy controls” written by Nina Goossens, who is part of the department of rehabilitation sciences at KU Leuven University in Leuven, Belgium along with her colleagues.
Today we are going to go over “Active Rehabilitation of Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome” written by John Leddy, MD at the University of Buffalo along with their colleagues.