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Why do athletes need a chiropractor.


Why do athletes need a chiropractor.

Bottom Line: 

Preparing, training and competing all collectively make taking part in your sport of choice so much fun. However, the common motions in many popular sports can place a tremendous amount of stress on your neck and back, and while your body is incredibly strong and resilient, it’s important to give your muscles and joints time for rest and recovery. As Chiropractors, we are uniquely trained to assist athletes in preparing for and recovering from the demands of competition. We understand that the stress of training is different from your needs during recovery and we can help you stay on track.

Why it Matters: 

As an athlete, you're pushing and challenging your body to improve your performance. When you're training, we can help you stay on track by using adjustment techniques that can improve your range of motion while decreasing your spinal stiffness. During your recovery, we use additional techniques that can help with tissue repair, inflammation reduction, and accelerating the recovery process.

  • Researchers have found spinal stiffness increases during bouts of back pain. 
  • Adjustment techniques intended to target soft tissue can help break down nagging scar tissue.
  • Improving range of motion in joints can help better facilitate the healing process.

Next Steps: 

Now, you don’t need to be an Olympic athlete to enjoy the benefits of our care. We've taken the most effective and impactful techniques and put them together in a way that retired, active, and even soon-to-be athletes can utilise. Whatever your health goals, we want to be a part of the team that keeps you off the sidelines and actively enjoying the game of life. Schedule your next adjustment with us today!

Does experimental low back pain change posteroanterior lumbar spinal stiffness and trunk muscle activity? A randomized crossover study. Clinical Biomechanics 2016. The Graston Technique: An Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manual Therapy for Back Pain. Spine-Health 2013.


Are you surviving rather than thriving? We will test and measure vital health parameters to determine your baseline and if we can help you regain vitality we will relish the opportunity to help you thrive!

Dr Michael Bloom

Dr Michael Bloom has a wide and varying interest in what it takes to live a healthy and happy life. He has over 20 years experience as a chiropractor in Europe and Australia and has attended over 40 post graduate seminars and courses. Currently he has a particular interest in the declining posture of society and the health implications associated with poor posture.

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