Training, preparing, and competing are all part of what makes sports so much fun.
Wait - what about rest and recovery?
After all, the majority of motions commonly seen in many popular sports can place a tremendous amount of stress on your neck and back.
And while our bodies are incredibly strong and resilient, rest and recovery days are necessary for athletes at all levels.
You don’t have to take an all or nothing approach when it comes to what you do on a rest or recovery day compared to a training or game day.
Your needs during training and your needs during recovery depend on a wide range of factors.
Chiropractors understand this and are uniquely trained to assist athletes in recovery both before and after competition.
So, why do athletes need a chiropractor?
During training, you’re pushing and challenging your body with the goal of improving your performance.
As part of that process, you may encounter some level of back pain.
And with that back pain often comes spinal stiffness.
That’s just one example of an area where chiropractic care shines for athletes.
Chiropractic adjustments can help you keep your training on track by actively improving your overall range of motion and flexibility.
Likewise, during rest and recovery, the use of soft tissue therapy and other techniques can help with tissue repair, inflammation reduction, and recovery acceleration as a whole.
Through training and recovery, we have your back!
Don’t get the wrong idea!
You don't need to be an Olympic athlete to enjoy the benefits chiropractic has to offer.
Former athletes, current athletes, soon-to-be athletes, amateur athletes, weekend warriors - everyone can benefit from chiropractic care.
That’s no exaggeration.
When you move better, you feel better, and you heal better.
Regardless of 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.
So, if you enjoy getting up and getting active and are looking for a chiropractic sports therapy clinic in St Charles IL you know where to go!
Does Experimental Low Back Pain Change Posteroanterior Lumbar Spinal Stiffness and Trunk Muscle Activity? A Randomized Crossover Study. Clinical Biomechanics. 2016.Schedule an Appointment