In baseball, hitting for the cycle means that a batter hits a single, a double, a triple, and a home run during the same game. Hitting for the cycle is a rare baseball event, occurring about as of ...View Article
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The majority of sports injuries directly affect the body's musculoskeletal system. These injuries commonly include soft tissue injuries such as sprains and strains, shoulder injuries, patellofemoral pain syndrome (runner's knee), and repetitive motion injuries such as tennis or golf elbow (carpal tunnel syndrome). Sports injuries also sometimes include spinal injuries which are typically incurred in slip and fall accidents or collisions including whiplash and herniated discs. At Cole Chiropractic Clinic, our chiropractor in Tulsa enjoys helping patients heal from sports injuries, prevent future injuries, and improve athletic performance.
We use a variety of treatment techniques and therapies to assist injured athletes with the healing process. Our sports injury treatment in Tulsa includes techniques designed to accelerate healing while limiting the formation of scar tissue to preserve a normal range of motion, flexibility, and improve physiological balance. In addition to spinal manipulation, ultrasound therapy, and nutritional counseling, our comprehensive list of holistic therapies and treatments include:
Athletes at all levels of a performance benefit from our comprehensive menu of sports performance and sports injury treatments and therapies. Sports injuries can happen at any level, and chiropractic care will help you heal more quickly, reduce your risk of re-injury, and improve your athletic performance.
If your spine displays signs of scoliosis, your athletic performance could be affected. Scoliosis upsets your body's natural balance, affecting your ability to perform – no matter which activities you enjoy the most. Using gentle, time-tested chiropractic techniques, our Tulsa chiropractor, Dr. Christopher Cole will help correct your spine's curve, balancing your body, improving your athletic ability, and allowing you to participate in sports with a reduced risk of injury and associated pain. Contact our office at (918) 664-2273 for more information, to schedule a sports injury or scoliosis appointment, or to schedule your free new patient consultation. We look forward to helping you play.