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Posted on 03-04-2014
Whether you're a professional athlete at the height of your game or you simply enjoy recreational sports, you could be suffering from a sports injury that's keeping you from getting to play. If you're experiencing pain, discomfort, or have an old injury that doesn't want to heal, our Portland chiropractor, offers a dynamic combination of physical therapy, massage therapy, and personal training that can treat the injury and improve your overall wellness.
Many athletes report feeling back pain, but think nothing of it until an injury occurs. Dr. Stuart explains that pain is a signal that your body needs alignment. When left unchecked, it can result in chronic health concerns and unnecessary injuries. At the first sign of pain, our caring Portland chiropractor suggests seeing us for a visit.
Massage therapy and physical therapy are two natural complements to regular chiropractic care. Because the body operates optimally when the nervous system and spinal column cooperate with the rest of the body, massage therapy and physical therapy work together with chiropractic care to restore any communication that may have been "interrupted" when your sports injury occurred. Massage helps ease muscles, ligaments, tendons and soft tissues so that Dr. Stuart can create the appropriate amount of movement during your adjustment. Regular physical therapy “restores and reminds" all of the associated structures how to cooperate so you can heal.
We encourage our patients to take advantage of personal training so that workout routines are aligned with how your body should be moving through time and space. Even professional athletes can stand to gain new insight with our personal training techniques.
Don't let pesky injuries, back pain, and neck pain keep you from what you love most. We look forward to being a part of your relief care and personal training routine to keep you performing well!
Are you ready to experience relief now with our Portland chiropractor?
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