Causes and Effects of Sports Injuries
Sports injuries happen and more than not the injuries that occur are not severe the first time that they happen. The knee and the ankle are both quite stable when the brain can communicate with the muscles that support the knee and the ankle. When the hip and pelvis, as well as the spine, are kept in alignment and free from subluxation then the severe injuries that either end or diminish an athlete’s carrier can be avoided. For this reason, it is very important that when the back or the hip is sore you get that problem checked immediately. Furthermore, if you are involved in a sport that has a lot of impact such as running or jumping it would be a good idea to get checked and adjusted more frequently, on that note if you are in a sport like football which is best defined as a collision sport it is very important that you get regular perhaps weekly if not by weekly adjustments to ensure your joints and spine are in the proper position and everything is stable.
Dr. Hansen played sports all through college, and is very familiar with the a majority of types of sport injuries. From the ankle, knee, hip, or shoulder… If it was caused by activity, Dr. Hansen has probably worked on it. Dr. Hansen is known throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area as an expert in sports rehabilitation. Dr. Hansen helps with the care of some local Professional Sport teams all the way down to High School or Middle School.
Gymnastics, Dance, Football, Golf, Tennis, Basketball, Soccer, Lacrosse, and Hockey are just a few of the sports Dr. Hansen has helped injuries from. Each sport can cause a unique stress on specific muscle/tendons. It is always best to be pro-active in dealing with any imbalance before a tare happens.
Contact us at Infinity Wellness and ask about our Free Sports Evaluation. Dr. Hansen will diagnose any imbalance and make specific recommendations to your specific sport. 469-516-2225