We want our athletic patients to have the best possible performance in their chosen sport. We can help provide relief from all sports related injuries. Chiropractic care offers a balanced approach to the treatment and the healing of sports injuries. Dr. Abosh uses both chiropractic adjustments to return spinal and extremity joint segments to their normal mobility and physical therapy to help the supportive tissues (muscles, tendons and ligaments) regain normal strength and flexibility. At White Marsh Health & Wellness, we help the injured areas return to normal function. After treatment, better strategies for exercise and stretching will be discussed with the athlete to help stay on the straight and narrow path to better enjoyment of life and sports activities.
What Sports Related Injuries Do We Treat?
Sports injuries usually involve damage to the musculoskeletal system including muscles, bones, and other tissues such as cartilage. Common sports injuries include muscle strains and tears, ligament tears, tears to tendons, dislocated joints, and fractured bones. Some specific injuries we treat are:
• Sprains & Strains • Muscle Tears & Pulled Muscles
• Knee Injuries • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Compartment Syndrome • Rotator Cuff Injuries
• Shin Splints • TMJ (Jaw) Discomfort/Injury
• Achilles Tendon Injuries • Hip and Shoulder Bursitis
If you have pain from a recent or lingering sports injury, please schedule an appointment!
Do You Crossfit?
Since taking the world by storm, Crossfit style fitness programs have helped many active people train their body to perform as efficiently as possible. However, certain Crossfit injuries sometimes force the body to compensate in other areas and this can result in further injury or chronic pain.
At White Marsh Health & Wellness, we can get you back in the Crossfit game fast. We offer chiropractic therapies, kinesiotaping and general evaluative techniques to reduce the risk for injury and improve your training performance.
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