Blog : Sports Injuries
Tennis Elbow and Active Release Techniques (ART)…Don’t Let Elbow pain Stop you
As Chicagoans are entering another year of the pandemic and in full swing with winter, Chicagoans are migrating to indoor sports such as pickleball, […]
Sports Chiropractors Treat Many Injuries (Even Ones You Would Not Think About)!
As spring tries to come to an end and moves into summer here in Chicago, many Chicagoans are likely to participate outdoors, including biking and […]
Overtraining Syndrome (OTS)… It’s Real and Affects Performance!
Athletes spend months often training for various events and competitions. They undergo rigorous training preparing themselves to compete at a high level to succeed and […]
Golfers… A Quick Guide to Avoiding Lower Back Injuries!
Golfers playing recreationally will play throughout the spring, summer, and into the fall, depending on where you live. Some of you are more fortunate to […]
Rotator Cuff Tears… Surgery is avoidable!
Athletes may suffer a rotator cuff injury at some point in their athletic careers. The 2 most common age groups include 25-35 year olds and 50-60 […]
Groin Strains… An Athlete’s Nightmare!
Groin strains are common injuries athletes suffer as part of training or playing. Because there are several groin muscles, it is easy for them to […]
Hydrating Properly in Hot Weather – A Must Read for Runners
As one trains for an upcoming race (1/2 or full Marathon, 1/2 or Full Ironman, or duathlon) or goes out for a run as part […]
Why Active Release Techniques (ART)® and Sports Chiropractic Work Well Together
ART® was designed by Dr. Michael Leahy, about 30 years ago to help address soft tissue injuries that other techniques did not treat as effectively or […]
Suffered a Sports Injury… Let a Sports Chiropractor help you!
When playing or competing in sports, injuries can and may occur when you least expect it. Whether you have been training for a 1/2 or […]
Sports Chiropractic addressing PAR-Q for Sports Participation
I treat patients who are considering exercise by going over a PAR-Q first. The PAR-Q, or Physical Activity Readiness-Questionnaire, provides information about the safety of […]