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Chiropractic Care for Sports & Auto Accident Injuries

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

sports-injuriesChiropractic Treatment for Sports and Auto-Accident Injuries

Each of us experiences different kinds of physical injury once in a while.

While most of them can be managed without taking it to a medical doctor, there are those types that should not be taken out of serious consideration as they might further deteriorate and could cause more complications.

Of so many types of injury, auto-accident and sports injury are among the most familiar. Each can be further break into a number of classifications and some of them are the following:

car-accident-injuriesFor auto-accident injuries, they can be…

Middle and lower back pain – another type injury that can be obtained in auto accident, most especially when a sudden external force hit your car.
Whiplash – this is common in auto accident; a type of injury that one can get when hit from behind and suddenly and forcefully projects your head or neck forward and then back.
Joint injury – a type of physical injury that is common not only in auto accident but in sports as well; this is all about injury to any joint in the body, which could involve damage to the bones, ligaments, or other tissues.

tendonitis-elbow-painSport injuries can be…

    Joint dislocations – a type of injury where bones in a joint are displaced or misaligned, which is usually caused by a sudden impact to the joint.
Concussions – this is another type of injury common in sports; this is a type of traumatic brain injury that is often caused by a blow to the head or body, a fall, or any other circumstances that shake the brain.
On-the-field injuries – those that are obtained while in the game; injuries from accident while playing
Sprains and strains – sprain is a type of injury caused by a stretch and/or tear of a ligament, the fibrous band of connective tissue that connects the end of one bone with another. On the other hand, strain is another common sport injury that is caused by muscle and/or tendon damage.

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