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Sports Injury Treatment in Yorkville, IL

Have you been sidelined by a sports injury? Sports injury treatment should start as early as possible. From recurring knee pain to a repetitive motion injury, a sports injury can lead to serious health problems. Without proper treatment, the injury may fail to heal as pain persists. Chiropractic care plays an important role in injury rehabilitation and pain management. By addressing the underlying trigger for health problems, our sports injury chiropractor is able to better manage sports injury pain and reduce the risk for future injuries.

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Rehab & Pain Management for Common Sports Injuries

Repetitive motion injuries are one of the most common sports injuries treated at Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville. These injuries occur from overuse and improper motion. For example, if your spine is out of alignment, your tennis swing will be slightly off. While this incorrect motion may not seem like much, over time it can cause the tendons in the elbow to swell. Ultimately, it may be too painful for patients to even grasp a racket or hold a pen.

Sports injuries in Yorkville may also involve repetitive motion injuries such as tennis elbow or golf elbow, chiropractic treatment is essential to helping this injury heal safely and effectively. The first step is to identify the underlying spinal misalignment that may be triggering your pain. Once this subluxation is diagnosed, our chiropractor will use gentle, hands-on adjustments to restore proper alignment to the spine. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, complementary therapies like therapeutic ultrasound are also beneficial. Ultrasound treatments promote internal healing and reduce swelling and inflammation.

Knee pain is also a common sports injury. Running, soccer, tennis, triathlons and other high impact sports can strain the soft tissue surrounding the knee. This strain triggers inflammation and chronic pain. Our treatment goals are to minimize inflammation (which helps injured joints and tendons heal), reduce pressure on the soft tissues, strengthen the muscles, and minimize pain. A combination of physical therapy exercises can best achieve these goals. Corrective care exercises are also important for strengthening the muscles surrounding the knee. If you have had knee surgery to correct a torn ACL or MCL, our physical therapy exercises are an important part of the rehab process. Together with chiropractic care, our rehab care will help your heal faster following an injury.

Back, neck and shoulder pain are also common while playing sports. This pain is most commonly caused by a pinched nerve. For example, while playing contact sports like football, it is not uncommon to sustain an unexpected slip and fall. The force from this sports injury may cause a disc to slip out of alignment. As long as this disc is compressing nearby nerves, you will experience pain. Adjustments are essential to correcting this mechanical problem and managing pain. Physiotherapy and rehab exercises also help to reduce swelling while restoring natural movement to the body.

From pain management to injury rehabilitation, our sports injury chiropractor is here to help your body safely heal after sports injuries in Yorkville. Contact us today to learn more or visit our Sports Injury FAQ for answers.

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