OUR OFFICE HOURS
Mon : 8AM-7PM
Tues : 8AM-7PM
Weds : 8AM-7PM
Thurs : 2:30PM-7PM
Fri : 8AM-6PM
Sat : 8:30AM-12:30PM
Sun : CLOSED
Athlete’s Choice for Care and Injury Prevention
Concept Chiropractic and Rehab utilizes a conservative therapeutic approach towards athletic injuries which effectively embraces the needs of the sports participant. In most cases, Concept Chiropractic will help guide an athlete toward their therapeutic goals without major disruption to their chosen sport. However, avoiding medical help can exacerbate an existing injury and provoke a more serious and debilitating one, possibly leading to long term exclusion from sporting activities.
Most Common Athletic & Sports related injuries:
For obvious reasons, athletes inherit greater risk of suffering a back injury due to physical activity. Whether the sport is golf, soccer, basketball, tennis, football, running, baseball, or cycling, the spine takes a lot of stress, endures pressure, twisting, turning, and in almost all cases, bodily impact. Accumulation of increased strenuous activity puts a stress on the back that may lead to injury to even the most
A neck sprain is simply an injury to a ligament, while a neck strain is an injury to a muscle or tendon. When a strain of the neck takes place as a result of an injury, athletes and coaches might refer to it as a crammed neck or ‘stinger’. In golfers and tennis players, neck strains are more likely due to overuse injuries. With athletes who engage in contact sports, a neck strain occurs when a player gets hit and the neck is suddenly and forcefully bent forward or hyper extended backward. Getting clipped from behind is a specific risk and may cause the athlete to suffer a whiplash-type injury.
Knee injuries are one of the most common injuries suffered by athletes in all sports. These injuries are often debilitating enough to take athletes out of their respective sports, often for extended periods of time. Athletes frequently seek treatment at Concept Chiropractic and Rehab for purposes of rehabilitating their knee injuries efficiently and effectively, with the goal of returning safely to sport. Knee injuries are caused by overuse and trauma which all athletes in every sport endure on a daily basis.