A repetitive motion injury (or overuse injury) involves doing an action over and over again, as with a baseball pitcher throwing a baseball, a tennis player hitting a tennis ball, typing at a comp ...View Article
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Posted on 09-04-2018
If you have recently experienced a sports injury, you may have many questions, like what are my treatment options and how long will it take for my injury to heal. Our chiropractor at Bolz Chiropractic in Topeka, KS can answer your questions, examine your injury and develop a sports injury treatment program.
Sports injuries generally occur while you are playing a sport, working out at the gym or participating in a physical activity. There are two types of sports injuries, including acute and chronic. Acute sports injuries happen suddenly, which mean you will feel pain and see swelling and/or bruising right away. Chronic injuries happen over time and pain and inflammation may only occur when you use the injured body part.
Our chiropractor in Topeka treats many different types of chronic and acute sports injuries, including sprains, strains, frozen shoulder, Achilles tendonitis, runner’s knee, shin splints and tennis elbow. If you suspect you have a sports injury, we are here to help you feel better.
Here at Bolz Chiropractic, we offer spinal and extremity joint adjustments, corrective exercises and nutritional counseling. These treatment options are designed to restore your joint function, lower inflammation and swelling, help you rebuild lost strength and flexibility and improve your rate of healing while reducing your symptoms naturally.
To see if you would benefit from chiropractic sports injury treatment, contact Bolz Chiropractic in Topeka KS us at 785-272-2090 to schedule your initial consultation. Our chiropractor would be happy to talk with you about your sports injury, treatment goals, and long-term health and wellness goals.
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