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Top 5 Reasons Athletes Should See A Chiropractor

Apr 10, 2019

  1. REDUCE WEAR AND TEAR
    • Increased activity that involves high velocity, repetitive and aggressive movements take a large toll on the body often leading to joint and muscle dysfunction.  Minimize the effects by getting adjusted and promoting proper joint mobility

2.  VARIETY OF TREATMENT OPTIONS

  • Along with traditional spinal manipulation we offer a number of other techniques and treatments to aid in the recovery of other sports injuries.

Active Release Technique – movement based soft tissue therapy to decrease stress and tension to injured muscles.

Cupping – Improve circulation, range of motion,  and flexibility

Dry Needling – treatment used to eliminate pain and movement impairments caused by muscle trigger points.

 

  1.   ENHANCE PERFORMANCE
    • Preventative or supportive care to help eliminate movement dysfunction in the body before injuries occur
    • Keeping the body in peak condition
    • Treating minor injuries early before they develop into larger more widespread problems
    • Allowing athletes to have a competitive edge

 

  1.   DECREASE POST GAME PAIN
    • Athletic activity can cause joint and muscle soreness
    • Improve joint motion reducing stress on surrounding soft tissue and nerves throughout the body

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  1.   INCREASE FLEXIBILITY
    • Many athletes use chiropractic to keep joints and muscles limber
    • The maintenance of flexible joints helps to prevent injuries

 

“Thanks for helping to keep me on the field during my career. I appreciate your friendship.”

 

“Thanks for the many adjustments during my career in Cincinnati. They helped keep me on the field!”

The Doctors at Rohlfs Chiropractic Care are fortunate to be able to work with athletes of all ages and levels.  Many treatments include one or more of the services listed above. The important thing to remember is that each athlete’s needs are different and therefore requires a unique course of treatment in order to get the best results.  If you have questions please feel free to contact us at one of our office locations in Sharonville, Ohio, Anderson, Ohio, or Wilmington, Ohio.