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Why should an athlete see a sports chiropractor?
Early detection of structural dysfunction using joint play (movement of the joint that occurs beyond the active and passive motion) can only be determined by an examination from a chiropractor who uses motion palpation to assess each joint. Motion palpation is a technique that determines the specific movement of joint play within the joint's structure.
Proper chiropractic diagnosis and care for the athlete can improve range of motion, coordination, balance and muscle function, and result in fewer performance injuries.
Traditional sports medicine practitioners focus on two types of joint movement: active and passive. Sports injuries often receive the classic sprain or strain diagnosis, along with the standard medical treatment. Many athletes, knowingly or unknowingly, have accepted the limitations imposed by this approach. But there are many athletes who have refused to accept the standard orthodox approach and sought treatment from sports chiropractors instead.
The approach of sports chiropractic is different. Many athletes claim that regular and/or specific manipulations by their chiropractor have led to dramatic increased performance levels. That's why athletes are some of chiropractic's most loyal supporters.
Every athlete should have all joints examined for specific joint play early in the training process. Ultimately, sports chiropractic can improve the overall performance of the athlete.
If you have a sports injury or questions about sports chiropractic, send us an email, or call us at (504) 456-9296.
"Provance chiropractic always provides amazing results. I went from pain medicine and muscle relaxers to not needing either one. The staff is great as well as the service provided. Provance chiropractic will always be my first choice."
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