It is important to get the sports injury treatment you need to recover after a sports injury. At South Lake Wellness & Injury Center in Clermont, FL, our treatment team of Dr. Peter Brockman, Dr. Robert Ostheim, and Dr. Michael Callahan works with a wide range of patients throughout Clermont, FL, and the surrounding areas to provide sports rehabilitation for those who have been injured. When you are trying to recover from an injury, it's time to see how a chiropractor can make a difference.
How a Pain Management Chiropractor Helps
Our pain management chiropractor in Clermont, FL, will evaluate your condition to determine what is causing your pain. The goal is to identify the root cause of your pain and to come up with a treatment plan specific to your needs. With gentle chiropractic adjustments and support for your soft tissue, you will get the sports rehabilitation treatment you need to heal your body. Once your initial consultation is over, you can begin treatment with the chiropractor to address problem areas.
Treatment With a Chiropractor
When you see a chiropractor for sports rehabilitation, consistency is essential to your progress. If you are trying to optimize your performance, or you are currently not able to play, working with a chiropractor for sports rehabilitation allows you to heal faster. Chiropractic treatment does not interfere with other treatment modalities, and it is safe to see other providers for the same sports injury. You can expect to be scheduled several times a week when you begin chiropractic care for sports rehabilitation.
Modalities Used in Sports Rehabilitation
A pain management chiropractor will use chiropractic adjustments, electrical muscle stimulation, ultrasound, hot or cold therapy, decompression techniques, stretching, and exercises to help you recover from a sports injury. Chiropractic adjustments get your spine into alignment, while muscle stimulation and ultrasound increase the circulation of blood to your soft tissue for it to heal. A home exercise program will be taught to you so that you will strengthen your body over time to recover fully. Understand that your home exercise program is progressive, and any exercises that you do at home should not cause you additional pain.
Call for a Pain Management Chiropractor Today
If you are searching for a pain management chiropractor to provide sports rehabilitation, Dr. Ostheim, Dr. Brockman, and Dr. Callahan are ready to help. Contact South Lake Wellness & Injury Center in Clermont, FL, by calling (352) 241-4111.