Common Sports Injuries and How To Prevent Them

Posted by Advanced Injury Care Clinic on Apr 13, 2020 5:12:03 PM

Playing a recreational sport as an adult can be a great way to stay fit and social. 


An afternoon in the park playing a pick-up game of basketball or flag football can help you relieve stress, have fun, and stay in shape.


But organized sports can come with a risk. Every year, 8.6 million Americans sustain a sports or recreation-related injury.


Many of these injuries heal on their own over time, but some can be more serious. 


A torn ACL, for example, often requires surgery that can cost upwards of $20,000 to $50,000 without insurance.


It's not always possible to prevent an injury, but you can be smart about the way you train and play sports. 


Related post: 7 common sports injuries and how your chiropractor can help.


Taking a few precautions today might help you to avoid an injury down the line, which your body, and likely your wallet, will thank you for.



Below are the most common injuries adults get while playing an organized sport, and how to prevent them so you can stay active and healthy.


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How A Chiropractor Can Help After A Sports Injury

Posted by Advanced Injury Care Clinic on Mar 31, 2020 1:36:35 PM

If you're an athlete, the numerous demands of participating in sports such as running, jumping, tackling, and other activities put your body through a lot of wear and tear. 


These activities can result in painful tears, sprains, and strains, but seeing a chiropractor can help you when you've suffered sports injuries.


It can also help prevent them. 


Here are some common sports injuries and how to prevent them.


The experienced chiropractors at Advanced Injury Care Clinic can treat and can help prevent injuries of the neck, back, shoulder, knee, and ankle due to sports injuries. 


They specialize in adjustments of the spine, ensuring bones are lined up and balanced, which helps relieve tension in the body. 


This will allow your body to function better and become less susceptible to injury. It can also enhance your athletic performance.


The goal of all chiropractic techniques is to restore or enhance joint function while resolving joint inflammation and reducing pain. 


The hands-on therapy of chiropractic care is best known for treating neck or back injuries but also relieves pain throughout the joints and muscles in the body, sometimes due to sports.


In the article below, we will talk about the benefits of seeing a chiropractor after a sports injury.


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At Advanced Injury Care Clinic, our Nashville Chiropractors are experienced when it comes to the physical recovery process a person needs to take to get out of pain quickly. In our blog, our Doctors and Medical Professionals share valuable insights on how you can recover from injury faster, feel better and move better. Lets live life better together!

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