As a new academic year begins so comes a new season of sports — football, lacrosse, volleyball, soccer, cross country, golf, basketball, baseball and softball, just to name a few. As a new school year begins, amateur athletes work tirelessly to train for their sport(s) in anticipation of the first games of the season. This specialized physical activity and training can bring exhilaration, excitement and success and can, at times also lead to a sports injury. St. Paul Chiropractic & Natural Medicine Center of St. Paul, Minnesota specializes in helping athletes in the Twin Cities area with injury prevention and injury recovery, so that you can enjoy the sport that inspires you and be healthy on and off the field. Continue reading
If you are an athlete, you know how much hard work, sweat and even tears goes into preparing for every single athletic competition. No matter what sport you participate in – a team sport like soccer, basketball, volleyball, football or baseball, or an individual sport like running, or tennis, over time, injuries can happen and your body can be pushed to an unhealthy point. Chiropractic care and physical therapy are very often ideal for non-medical treatment of sports related injuries. St. Paul Chiropractic & Natural Medicine Center specializes in providing both preventive care and effective treatment to all types of athletes in the Minnesota area.
St. Paul Chiropractor Who Treats Sports Injuries
There is no question that being active is a critical component to maintaining good health. Injuries can happen during an athletic competition or just in an everyday practice or workout. When an injury occurs, it is extremely important to get treatment quickly, so that the problem can improve, rather than getting even worse. The team at St. Paul Chiropractic & Natural Medicine Center can help relieve your pain, effectively treat your current injury and prevent future related problems or injury. We can diagnose and treat your unique issue and help you find a way forward, without having to rely on surgical intervention or even meditations. Continue reading