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Sports Injury FAQ

Common Sports Injury Questions and Answers

Many people have questions about sports injuries and the various sports injury treatment options available for them. For the most thorough discussion, you should see your chiropractor. At a facility such as ours in Dayton, OH, we are qualified and possess the knowledge necessary to address these questions. Our resident expert is Dr. Brian Briggs and he would be happy to talk to you. For right now, we will jot down a few of the most common ones and their answers.

What Sports Injuries Occur the Most Frequently?

There are two main answers to this. One is the repetitive motion category. This involves issues from playing golf or tennis too much. Runner's knee and shin splints are also part of this category. The other answer is acute pain, most often in the lower back or muscles throughout the body. This pain may get worse over a time span or appear suddenly in the patient. Either way, a chiropractor should be seen at once.

Why Should I See a Chiropractor for a Sports Injury?

This type of treatment is mandatory. Additionally, a chiropractor who specializes in sports injury treatment is a must. This is because a chiropractor is an expert in this field and is knows exactly what to do. A chiropractic care facility not only can offer you the specific care you need but is licensed to administer that care. His treatments are non-invasive, nor do they involve potentially addictive medicines. An ordinary medical doctor may not have such options available.

What Can I Do to Prevent Reinjury?

Our chiropractor, Dr. Brian Briggs, will give you all the guidance you need on how to keep this injury from recurring. Not only that, but he can recommend a multi-purpose maintenance program for you to participate in.

Your doctor knows, not only do you want to prevent reinjury to the same spot, you want to stop new injuries from happening. He can suggest many ways to accomplish these tasks. It is even possible that your doctor can recommend a suitable and reputable personal trainer who employs the same philosophies. This can assist you in preventing sports injuries. Talk to your chiropractor today!

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