Sports-related injuries are common, and they result in health complaints like concussions, back pain, and muscle strain. Besides these, sports-related injuries can contribute to or worsen cervical bone shifting—a problem that many patients learned the hard way after receiving NUCCA chiropractic in Redwood City.
Discover the secret to combat sports-related injuries and the best techniques to speed up tissue healing and restore balance in the body.
Nothing relieves sports-related injuries faster than cold therapy. It’s a decades-old first-aid technique that helps people deal with swelling or tenderness in their affected body parts. It also works well with heat therapy, another first-aid method designed to improve blood circulation in damaged tissues.
Needless to say, these two techniques can help your body cope and recover quickly. The only challenge is to know when to use them while you recover from your injuries.
Simple lifestyle adjustments like eating a tissue-repairing diet and giving your body enough time to heal can help speed up recovery from a sports-related injury. These two come in handy because they allow you to rebuild damaged tissues and re-condition your body. We suggest talking to your physician to plan your patient care and get referrals for additional procedures that might help you during your recovery period.
Sports-related injuries can come in many forms. Some might deal with a muscle strain that lasts for a couple of days, while others might develop mild traumatic brain injury (concussion) and other worse problems. Thankfully, you can take advantage of remedies like NUCCA chiropractic in Redwood City.
NUCCA care is scientifically proven to help sick people by fixing the C1 and C2 bone alignment. The technique has been used for decades and serves as an all-natural and holistic approach to helping people with severe problems after suffering from a sports-related trauma.
Once restored, the misaligned bones in the neck will no longer impinge or compress tissues that perform critical functions like stimulating your body’s self-healing capabilities. It will also help you maintain proper spinal structure to prevent the onset of issues like nerve compression and uneven shoulders, hips, and legs.
Explore this promising option to managing sports-related injuries by booking your first consultation with Dr. Tsiglieris here at Advanced Spinal Care. You may also call us at (650) 595-0500, so we can address quick questions or concerns.
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