At Kosak Chiropractic and Acupuncture, our West Omaha chiropractor is proud to offer quality care and treatment to athletes who have recently experienced a sports injury. If you've been sidelined by a sports-related injury, our chiropractic team can help by providing you with holistic, drug-free, and non-invasive treatment options that will have you back in the game in no time. Furthermore, because our treatments also focus on restorative care and strength-building, you may even be able to reduce your chances of becoming injured again in the future.
We receive a lot of questions about our sports injury treatment on a regular basis, so our chiropractic team decided to put together a list of answers to some of our most frequently asked questions for your convenience.
We see and treat any number of sports injuries, both acute and chronic in nature. Some of the most common we see and treat include strains and sprains, tennis elbow, knee injuries, and neck/back injuries.
One important distinction we will need to make with any sports injury a patient presents us with is whether it's an acute or chronic injury, as this can affect the course of treatment we will want to take. The main difference between these two types of injuries are that chronic injuries tend to occur gradually over time (often as a result of over-use), whereas an acute injury is one that happens instantly (such as a sprained ankle).
There are many ways that our chiropractic treatment techniques can help you find relief from your symptoms, promote natural healing, and help you get back in the game as soon as possible. From spinal adjustments for back and neck pain to other holistic techniques for conditions like runner's knee and tennis elbow, our treatment options come without the risk of side effects.
If you have additional questions about sports injury treatment not answered here, we invite you to contact our West Omaha chiropractor. You can reach Kosak Chiropractic and Acupuncture by giving us a call at (402) 964-0300. We'd be happy to answer any remaining questions you may have!