At Gibson Chiropractic, our dedicated sports chiropractor in Sacramento is committed to providing the highest standard of care to all patients, many of which are athletes and “weekend warriors!” If you lead an active lifestyle and enjoy playing sports, either professionally or recreationally, there is unfortunately always a risk of injury. The good news is that if you’re injured, you can rely on our team to provide non-invasive and drug-free treatment.
Common Sports-Related Injuries
There are many common sports-related injuries that our very own Dr. Gibson sees and treats in his office on a regular basis. Shoulder pain is among the most common and can be caused by over-use in sports like baseball and tennis, though it can also occur due to acute injuries as well, such as falls or impacts with other athletes. Shoulder pain is sometimes accompanied by back or neck pain, but this is not always the case.
Concussions or another common sports injury we see in our office; these occur when an abrupt force causes the brain to shift within the skull, resulting in symptoms like confusion and fatigue.
Some other common sports injures include:
- Elbow injuries
- Knee injuries
- Foot pain/plantar fasciitis
How Our Chiropractor in Sacramento Can Help
If you’re suffering from any symptoms of a sports injury, our chiropractor in Sacramento can assist you. We offer a wide range of natural, drug-free treatment options, including spinal adjustment therapy, massage therapy, and corrective exercises to help you find relief from your symptoms and strengthen your body to improve your range of motion and reduce your chance of future injuries.
Request an Appointment With Our Sacramento Chiropractor
Begin your journey to healing and get back in the game by scheduling your consultation with our Sacramento chiropractor, Dr. Gibson, today! You can reach Gibson Chiropractic by calling (916) 925-2225. We would be happy to find an appointment date and time that works with your busy schedule!
Are you suffering from any symptoms of a sports injury?