If you’re an athlete or active individual dealing with a sports injury, advanced chiropractic care may be just what you need to get back on your feet. Our skilled chiropractor uses the latest techniques and technologies to provide personalized treatment plans that can help you recover faster and more effectively. Learn more about how our advanced chiropractic care can benefit you.
Advanced Techniques for Treating Sports Injuries
At Balanced Livermore Chiropractic and Rehabilitation, we specialize in providing advanced techniques for treating sports injuries. Our experienced chiropractor uses a variety of methods, including spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and rehabilitation exercises, to help athletes recover from injuries and improve their performance. We also offer cutting-edge technologies like muscle stimulation and ultrasound to speed up the healing process and reduce pain and inflammation.
Our chiropractor has years of experience working with athletes of all levels, from weekend warriors to professional athletes. We understand the unique demands that sports place on the body, and we tailor our treatments to each individual’s needs. Our spinal adjustments can help realign the spine and improve joint mobility, while our soft tissue therapy can help reduce muscle tension and improve circulation. We also offer rehabilitation exercises to help athletes regain strength and flexibility after an injury. And with our advanced technologies like muscle stimulation and ultrasound, we can provide even more targeted and effective treatments. Don’t let a sports injury keep you on the sidelines – contact us today to schedule an appointment and get back in the game.
Active Release Technique (ART) for Sports Injuries
Active Release Technique (ART) is a soft tissue therapy that is commonly used to treat sports injuries. ART is a patented technique that involves the use of pressure and movement to release tight muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. This technique is often used to treat overuse injuries such as tennis elbow, runner’s knee, and shin splints.
During an ART session, the chiropractor will use their hands to apply pressure to the affected area and then move the muscle or joint through a range of motion. This helps to break up scar tissue and adhesions that may be causing pain and limited mobility. The pressure applied during ART can sometimes be intense, but the chiropractor will work with the patient to ensure they are comfortable throughout the treatment.
ART is a highly effective treatment for sports injuries because it can target specific areas of the body and provide immediate relief from pain and discomfort. This technique is often used in conjunction with other chiropractic treatments, such as spinal adjustments and rehabilitation exercises, to provide a comprehensive approach to healing and recovery.
If you are an athlete or active individual dealing with a sports injury, ART may be just what you need to get back in the game. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about how ART and other advanced chiropractic techniques can benefit you.