What Can Sports Injury Care Treat?

Our San Francisco chiropractor treats a wide range of acute and chronic sports-related injuries. We understand that when you play sports, you physically push your body to its limits, which can sometimes result in an injury, like a sprain, strain, or tendinitis. Sports Injury Care may help improve the following:

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How Sports Injury Care Works

Chiropractors have taken on a more advanced role in sports science since understanding the neuromusculoskeletal system can help increase performance and prevent the breakdown of an athlete's body. Any physical trauma, on or off the field, can produce physical stress and shift the spine's vertebra. These shifts are called subluxations and significantly impact pain, fatigue, recovery, performance, and overall health. If left untreated, a misaligned spine, even the slightest kink, or a postural issue can cause aches, low energy, and other severe conditions throughout your body.

Our sports injury chiropractor in San Francisco utilizes a variety of non-invasive methods and techniques to help you get relief and get back to your athletic activities more reliably than ever before. Once you have healed from your sports injury, it's a good idea to have ongoing aftercare and maintenance. Whether a professional or amateur athlete, regular treatments and follow-ups are a great way to maintain your physical conditioning, improve your mobility, and keep acute injuries under control.

If you're interested in restoring and improving your performance and well-being through natural, non-invasive chiropractic care, contact Benson Chiropractic today at (415) 933-7788 to schedule a consultation.



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