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Sports Chiropractic

Sports Chiropractors & Sports Massage located in Centennial , CO

Sports Chiropractic
Sports Chiropractic services offered in Centennial , CO

Sports chiropractic helps athletes and other active people feel and move better. It uses non- and minimally invasive therapies to improve performance and prevent injury. At Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab in Centennial, Colorado, sports chiropractor Taylor Ptacek, DC, MS, and his team provide full-service sports chiropractic to athletes 12 and older. Whether you want to prevent injuries in the gym or you’re training for a marathon, the team can help. Call Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab today to schedule a sports chiropractic appointment, or book your visit online.

What is sports chiropractic?

Sports chiropractic is a chiropractic subspecialty focused on mobility issues, range of motion, pain management, and injury prevention. It uses hands-on therapies like active release techniques and sports massage to speed recovery, ease pain, and improve athletic performance.

Which musculoskeletal problems can sports chiropractic treat?

The Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab team uses sports chiropractic to treat various musculoskeletal problems, including:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Knee pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Repetitive stress injuries (RSIs)
  • Strains and sprains
  • Tendinitis
  • Bursitis
  • Swollen and stiff muscles
  • Trigger points (tight muscle knots)

You don’t need to be hurt or in pain to benefit from sports chiropractic. Many athletes visit Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab to lower their risk of sports injuries and improve performance.

What does sports chiropractic involve?

The sports chiropractors at Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab offer various non- and minimally invasive therapies. They could suggest:

Sports massage

During a sports massage, a certified massage therapist rubs and kneads your skin, muscles, and other soft tissues. Massage releases tension, increases blood flow, and promotes healing.

Cupping

Cupping, or myofascial decompression, uses silicone or glass cups to create a vacuum over your skin. Applying suction to specific areas of your body relieves tight muscle knots, increases blood flow, and reduces inflammation.

Dry needling

Dry needling is similar to cupping in relieving tight muscles (trigger points). The difference is that your provider inserts thin, sharp needles into the trigger points rather than creating suction over them with cups.

Placing the needles into specific trigger points relieves pain, promotes blood flow, and speeds healing.

Biomechanical taping

Biomechanical taping uses kinesiology tape to assist with repetitive movements. It helps reduce the load on muscles and other soft tissues during exercise, training, or competition.

Active release techniques

Active release techniques are manual treatments that your Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab provider uses to relieve muscle tension and restore your full range of motion. These techniques can effectively treat muscle, fascia, tendon, nerve, and ligament injuries.

Corrective exercise programming

Some sports injuries affect how you perform specific exercises and workout techniques. Corrective exercise programming teaches you to overcome these challenges. Your Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab provider develops a corrective exercise program that promotes healing and reduces injury recurrence.

Call Kinetic Sports Medicine and Rehab today to schedule a sports chiropractic appointment, or book your visit online.

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Sports Massage
Knee Pain
Shoulder Pain
Back Pain
Sports Injuries
Sports Chiropractic
Dry Needling
Neck Pain