Sports Chiropractic 

Did you know chiropractic provides many benefits that can boost your athletic performance?

Most people know that chiropractors are great at helping people recover from injuries, but there is an aspect to chiropractic care that is much more than mechanical neck and low back pain. Chiropractic adjustments help to improve overall function of the nervous system, which, in turn, improves the efficiency of the communication between the brain and the body.  

With a fraction of a second meaning the difference between gold and silver, many of today's top athletes are adjusted regularly during training and before each event.  But you don't have to be an Olympic athlete to benefit from care.

On any given morning athletes arise with the sun to do what they love. High school swimmers plunge into the pool, moms do yoga to prepare themselves for the day ahead, men meet after work to practice their golf swing and runners head for the horizon leaving their troubles behind.
No matter the age, body 
type, sport or motivation, 
there is one thing that all 
athletes have in common; 
they all want to feel good 
and succeed. Getting 
adjusted keeps athletes 
at the top of their game 
through pain relief, 
accelerated recovery and 
performance enhancement.
At Filter Chiropractic we work with kids, weekend athletes, high school, college and pro athletes.We use extremity adjusting as an integral part of our care.  Extremity adjustments are implemented to care for shoulders, feet, ankles, hips, knees, fingers and wrists. The key in any joint adjustment is to help restore normal motion to joints that have become locked-up or injured. This reduces pain, improves motion, relaxes muscles, reduces nerve interference, and promotes healing. 

Sports Injuries

When it comes to sports injuries, weakness or 
  improper stretching can put you at risk of 
  injury. In addition, an untreated injury may 
  result in further or even permanent damage. It 
  is vitally important to get proper care for any 
  sports injuries to  prevent the development of 
  chronic problems.
  There are two basic types of sports injuries: 
  the first is the result of a trauma inflicted by a 
  collision, a slip or a fall. The second type is 
  caused by the over-use of a muscle group or 
  joint whereby the repetitive movement of the 
  same area causes an inflammation or injury.

  We are trained in treating sports injuries and       can advise you on the best way to heal an               injury and prevent it from recurring.  
If you would like to get your whole team involved in our services, give us a call and schedule an appointment before your next big game!
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