Get Back in the Game with Rochester Hills Sports Medicine

Get Back in the Game with Rochester Hills Sports Medicine

Whether you're a professional athlete or just hitting the gym for exercise, a sports injury can turn you from an all-star to a benchwarmer. Without proper treatment, back pain, neck pain, a strained ligament or a pulled muscle can lead to chronic pain. Worse, if your body fails to properly heal, you will be at risk for future injury. The good news is that chiropractic care and physical therapy from our Rochester Hills chiropractor Dr. Ron Fried can help you get off the sidelines and back in the game.

Rochester Hills Chiropractic Care Helps Sports Injuries Heal

Traditional medical care relies on prescription medication to dull sports injury pain. Unfortunately, medication cannot correct the underlying cause for an injury. This leads many patients to mistakenly believe that their bodies are healing when they are really not-causing patients to aggravate their injuries and create future problems.

Rochester Hills sports medicine provided by chiropractorDr. Fried has been a chiropractor for the Detroit Lions, the Detroit Pistons and the Detroit Tigers. He understands sports medicine inside and out - and knows exactly what to do to help patients recover from an injury. Dr. Fried begins by identifying the underlying cause for pain. Many injuries are the result of a misalignment in the body. A herniated disc, for example, may compress nearby nerves, leading to pain sensations in the shoulder, back, legs or buttocks. Restoring the herniated disc to proper alignment corrects the underlying cause for pain, helping patients heal.

In addition to chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Fried offers physical rehab treatments. These treatments, such as electrical stimulation therapy, naturally complement chiropractic adjustments. For example, electrical stimulation therapy uses a mild electrical current to reduce swelling, treat inflamed soft tissues, and promote internal healing.

Following a sports injury, the body may naturally adjust its movements to compensate for the injured body part. Unfortunately, this can lead to strains on new muscles and tissues. For other patients, a sports injury may leave the body sore and stiff. Corrective care exercises are a safe way to restore a full range of movement and flexibility to the body, and retrain muscle memory.

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