Sports Chiropractic

Woman stretching before exercising.

Sports Chiropractic

We’re all looking for ways to stay healthy and active. With sports, you get to have fun while you do it!

The problem? Sports injuries that take away your ability to play.

Traditional medical treatment usually includes pain medications, intense physical therapy, and even surgery. However, these treatments come with a high price tag and a long list of side effects. And even then, you’re only treating the symptoms!

Chiropractic care doesn’t just help you live pain free, it addresses the root cause of the problem. Our sports injury chiropractors are well-versed in diagnosing and treating all types of injuries in our state-of-the-art Land O’ Lakes office.

Using a variety of techniques, chiropractic medicine can prevent injuries, improve your range of motion, and–most importantly–help improve your overall athletic performance.

Chiropractic medicine is holistic, which means it sees the entire body, not as a collection of systems, but as a unified whole. By treating a herniated disc in the spine, a sports injury chiropractor can relieve pain in the leg.

Correcting a misalignment in the wrist can improve function of the hand.
Once your body is properly aligned, you can reach your optimal function and your full potential!

But improving performance isn’t just about winning tournaments.

It’s about allowing your body to work the way it’s supposed to so you can prevent injuries from occurring and ultimately live pain free.

Get Off the Bench

Chiropractic care is a non-invasive, drug-free treatment program that can help keep athletes in the game and off the bench.

Elevate Your Game

Athletics put a lot of pressure on your muscles and joints. 

So if you want to keep playing–and enjoying–your favorite sports, chiropractic care can help you stay at the top of your game!

Sports chiropractic and medical massage are a helpful treatments for tennis elbow, muscle tears, overuse injuries, shin splints, and more.

The benefits of sports chiropractic include:

Man stretching his shoulder and arms before exercising.

Sports Chiropractic