Dr. Meyer at Meyer Chiropractic can help you as an athlete in more ways than one, including by lowering the risk of injury. There is a direct correlation between the state of your alignment and your body’s ability to withstand the rigors of exercise. Getting regular chiropractic adjustments can help keep the body in its optimal position, decreasing the likelihood of strains, sprains, and tendonitis.
Chiropractic therapy has been shown to aid in the recovery of injured athletes by enhancing joint function and reducing the likelihood of future injuries. When a player suffers an injury, it throws off the body’s normal cycle of repair and recovery. Chiropractors are trained to assist restore normal function after an injury, which can hasten recovery and bring the athlete back to training or competing sooner.
We can also assist in performance enhancement and injury rehabilitation through a variety of methods. Therapeutic methods are widely used, and some of the most prevalent are spinal adjustments, massage therapy, and exercise. Adjustments to the spine are performed by manually exerting a little amount of force to the back in order to realign the vertebrae and restore normal function. Through easing muscle tension and boosting circulation, massage treatment aids in the recovery process and boosts efficiency. Performing therapeutic exercises regularly can help strengthen and stretch muscles, which in turn can increase range of motion and decrease the likelihood of injury.
There is no silver bullet when it comes to treating neuromuscular diseases, but chiropractic care has shown to be helpful for many. What benefits one athlete may have no effect on another. It is crucial to find a chiropractor who has expertise working with athletes and can tailor a treatment plan to the patient’s unique requirements.
To sum up, we know that chiropractic therapy is worthy of consideration as part of your overall health maintenance program. We know you can benefit from regular chiropractic care because you will be able to see an increase in your range of motion, decreased pain, and faster up recovery time after injuries. Come visit us in Southlake today!