Even a relatively minor sports injury typically needs more than just rest and ice or heat to heal correctly. So, whether your sports injury is minor or severe, chronic or acute, the doctors at our clinic will design a treatment plan tailored to your needs.
We offer non-surgical treatments for sports injuries
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Our doctors offer the most advanced therapies available for treating sports injuries. Regenerative medicine can provide incredible results for both pain relief and rebuilding your damaged tissue, so you can get back up and running again as quickly as possible.
We also offer more traditional therapies, such as chiropractic adjustments and physical therapy, which many of our patients combine into an overall recovery plan.
Some of the common sports injuries that can be treated with our non-surgical treatments include:
- ACL tear
- Tennis elbow
- Shin splints
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Plantar fasciitis
- Disc injuries
- Herniated disc
- Sprains and strains
- Torn labrum
- Torn ligaments
- And more
Chiropractic Care After a Sports Injury
After a thorough examination, the doctor will explain the different treatment options available to you and clarify any questions you may have.
For sports injuries, our doctors frequently recommend one or more of the following treatments:
Chiropractic adjustment: A healthy spine is essential to overall health. Whether or not your sports injury is directly related to your spine, a chiropractic examination and adjustment can go a long way to restoring your body’s natural state of balance.
Spinal misalignment can interfere with the body’s ability to heal, even if your injury is in a seemingly unrelated area. Chiropractic adjustments are safe, non-invasive, and often deliver immediate relief.
- Spinal Decompression: Decompression therapy is a chiropractic treatment that gently stretches the spine to relieve pressure on the discs, allowing them to regain their natural shape. Spinal decompression can be highly effective for injuries involving the lower back or the cervical section of the spine.
- Physical therapy: Therapeutic exercises and functional training are essential parts of physical therapy treatments for knee pain. By implementing fitness and wellness programs under the direction of our physical therapists, we can help you prevent loss of mobility and increase strength in your knees.
Regenerative Medicine Treatments for Severe Sports Related Injuries
After a thorough examination, the doctor will explain the regenerative treatment options available to you and clarify any questions you may have.
Human Cellular Tissue
Our clinic uses young mesenchymal cell tissue for our cell therapy treatments. Mesenchymal cells are collected from carefully screened donors from the umbilical cords of newborns during scheduled cesarean births.
These young cells are superior to those commonly used in stem cell therapy — since those stem cells are from the patient’s own body, extracted from bone marrow or adipose tissue, and thus, are the patient's age.
As we age, our cells become less efficient. Young mesenchymal cells deliver a powerful regenerative boost when injected into your injured tissue. They can provide immediate pain relief by soothing inflammation, and then they begin to rebuild your damaged tissue right away.
Platelet-rich plasma injections work under the principles of regenerative medicine. Platelets contain many growth factors that stimulate healing. When they are concentrated into platelet-rich plasma and injected into your injured tissue, they stimulate the body’s healing response.
Platelet-rich plasma is made from a small sample of your blood. Our doctor draws just over a teaspoon of blood and uses precision technology to spin and separate the platelets from the other blood components. The plasma is then injected into the site of injury, where it promotes tissue regeneration.
All our treatments are effective for virtually any sports-related injury involving the knee, foot, shoulder, elbow, hip, shin splints, torn ligaments, and others.
If you are in pain due to any type of sports injury in Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, or any city in Palm Beach County, call us today at (561) 926-9494 to schedule a consultation.