Sports injuries are common. Whether it's your high schooler complaining of a twisted ankle, or you pulled a muscle on the racquetball court, you'll find relief when you visit Lake State Chiropractic. Our chiropractic team provides quick pain relief for most common types of sports injuries, including:
- Tennis elbow
- Injury to the knee
- Pulled hamstring
- Pulled groin muscle
Mostly any type of sports injury that doesn't involve broken bones or bleeding is easily treated through chiropractic care. If you or your loved one has recently suffered a painful sports injury, make an appointment with a member of our experienced chiropractic team today.
Chiropractic Solutions for Common Sports Injuries
Chiropractic care is non-invasive and can help alleviate pain in as little as one visit. During your exam, Dr. Kevin Sundberg will perform diagnostic tests, such as x-rays, to see where the problem is and what's causing it. Afterward, Dr. Sundberg will devise a care plan to help heal damaged muscle and tissue and bring you fast pain relief. The type of treatment you may receive from your chiropractor includes:
- Deep tissue massage
- Spinal adjustment
- Application of heat or ice
In as little as one visit, you may begin to feel relief from pain, though some injuries may require multiple visits. Chiropractic care is a safe, non-invasive alternative to surgery, and may help you see improvement almost immediately.
What to Expect at Your Chiropractic Appointment
When you arrive for your chiropractic appointment at our facility, you're always met with a smile. Our team is friendly and professional and always willing to accommodate any special needs you may have. We'll get you in and out again in a timely fashion without delay, and you'll be home and feeling better again in record time.
When you need treatment for common sports injuries, give our chiropractic team a call. We'll book an appointment that's convenient for your schedule, and we'll do our best to make sure your experience is pleasant and convenient. Contact us today to learn more.