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Sports Injuries

Sports Injury Treatment 

Sports injuries can be difficult to deal with and they can affect adults, teens, and children. If you're one of the many Americans suffering from a sports injury, you might be wondering what treatment options are available. Sports injuries can quickly turn chronic, and lead to debilitating symptoms such as back pain, leg pain, neck pain, and difficulty completing activities. 

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At Lodes Chiropractic Center, our chiropractors are here to help residents of the Wilmington, DE area find the help they need to recover from a sports injury. Chiropractic care is a 100% natural technique that can help people recover from sports injuries quickly and get back out on the field. 

What Is a Sports Injury? 

A sports injury is any type of injury that is obtained during playing sports. However, you can also obtain a sports injury if you exercise regularly and practice solo sports. Some sports that can cause a sports injury include running, track and field, swimming, biking, skateboarding, and just about any other sport you can think of. 

Unfortunately, these sports can cause common sports injuries which may include: 

  •  Rotator cuff tears 
  • Shin splints 
  • Achilles heel injuries 
  • Tennis elbow 
  • Little league shoulder 
  • Muscle strains and sprains 
  • Knee pain 
  • Lumbar pain 
  • Joint pain 
  • Plantar Fasciitis 

Do I Need Sports Injury Treatment? 

If you do have a sports injury, it's helpful to see a chiropractor to find out exactly how bad it is so you can begin the process of recovery as soon as possible. If you choose to ignore your injury and continue to play without treatment, your recovery time will increase significantly. In addition, the risk of re-injury to the torn soft tissues increases, making it difficult to fully heal from your injury and play sports effectively. 
If your sports injury leads to acute pain or chronic pain that doesn't seem to get better, even if you practice resting, icing, elevating, and compressing the injury, you should contact our chiropractor for help. 

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