What sports injuries can chiropractic sessions treat?
Chiropractic care at Tyra L Beavers, BS, PTA, DC can help with a wide variety of sports injuries. Some of the injuries they treat most frequently include:
- Tennis elbow
- Golfer’s elbow
- Herniated lumbar disc
- Herniated cervical disc
- Plantar fasciitis
Many sports injuries involve back pain, neck pain, or another type of spine pain. But, you can experience sports injuries nearly anywhere, head-to-toe. The experienced team treats sports injuries involving the musculoskeletal system, which includes nearly all sports injuries.
Can chiropractic sessions treat auto accident injuries?
Yes, and in fact, chiropractors are usually the go-to experts for auto accident injuries such as whiplash and back pain. Chiropractors specialize in spinal rehabilitation as well as soft tissue manipulation and natural healing.
After an auto accident, chiropractic adjustment ignites your body’s natural healing processes. It boosts circulation and nutrient delivery to the injured part of your body, which then diminishes inflammation, irritation, and pain while improving your range-of-motion and function.
Chiropractic care can resolve a whiplash injury in its early stages, which can prevent the injury from progressing into a chronic disability later.
How does chiropractic care for sports injuries work?
With sports injuries, auto accident injuries, and all other types of injuries, including workplace and ergonomics injuries, the team at Tyra L Beavers, BS, PTA, DC creates personalized rehabilitation plans.
Usually, you’ll have chiropractic adjustments in which your chiropractor skillfully shifts your spine and the surrounding soft tissues to restore optimal balance. Depending on your needs, you may also have specialized adjustments that focus on a particular part of the body.
Other forms of therapy, such as massage, yoga, Pilates, and other physical therapy modalities complement chiropractic care well because they focus on non-invasive and natural body wellness.
An integrative approach to injury treatment can improve your strength, flexibility, mind-body connection, and bodywide wellness. It can also boost your immunity levels to encourage faster recovery.
How long will I need chiropractic care for my injury?
It varies by case, but in general, most people with injuries benefit from a series of chiropractic adjustments spread over six weeks or longer. The team outlines a treatment plan during your first appointment so you can plan your recovery and get back to your life.
Tyra L Beavers, BS, PTA, DC relieves pain and restores your function after a sports injury or other type of accident. If you’re looking for non-invasive relief, call the Los Angeles area office or schedule a consultation online now.