What kind of Athletes do we work with?
Any and all. Despite both Dr. Jack & Dr. Peyton’s personal experiences with a plethora of sports – the key to working with all athletes is understanding the fundamental biomechanics required for any movement.
In humans, there are no bad movements when we train for full range, dynamic, controlled, and precise actions. By uncovering many of the common deficits in athletes, their performance is going to improve instantaneously.
There are of course benefits to a specialist coach for teaching proper form in any sport; although, our job is to make sure your don’t have any limitations in movement and that your tissues possess the capacity for work loads you wish to put on them.
Sport specificity training is best utilized in the context of a mechanically stable structure. That is our goal.
Why come here for injury?
OUR ATHLETES GET BETTER FASTER
Our integrated approach prepares an athlete as a whole.
Acute or Chronic – we have helped so many athletes with sport injuries to get back to playing and at their highest levels!
Our fast track rehab protocols determine exactly which movements and exercises should be utilized to develop a strong and resilient athlete.
Visit our Muscle Release & Rehab page to learn more about treatment of sports related injuries.
You name it – and if we don’t treat it then we’ll tell you who can.
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Our Methods of Treating Sports Injuries
We use several techniques at Cross-up Chiro, depending on our patient’s needs. One or more techniques may be used to provide the best results for you.
Active Release TECHNIQUE (ART)
This is the use of a weighted roller on larger muscles – mainly of the lower body. This is excellent for working tension out of the hamstrings, quadriceps, and gluteals, while improving the reliance of those muscles. Temper means to prepare the muscle for heavier loads.
These tools are often used in conjunction with movement. The vacuum created in the cup creates suction against the skin to open the underlying tissues and facilitate circulation.
A gua sha tool with a beveled edge is used to glide along the muscles to promote fluid exchange and break up contracted tissues. This is great for accessing deeper tension in areas with more layers of muscle.
This is the use of a thick resistance band around joints and soft tissues of the upper and lower body. The band grabs hold of the skin and underlying connective tissue, and then movement is used to floss and release the muscles, nerves, and vessels below.
Strength & Conditioning
Proprioceptive (Balance & Coordination) Training
Proprioception is a sensory feedback system in the body that is continuously sending signals to the muscles about where they area in space. This type of training is essential in injury prevention because it teaches the muscles to respond to unexpected forces.
Spinal Stability training
In cases where spinal pain in unaffected by soft tissue release, there is a clear case for spinal instability that leads to shearing of the vertebra. This causes reflexive spasms in the surrounding musculature. Stability training off loads stress from the spine onto the girdle of support musculature.
Principles of the following:
Donnie Thompson (World Record Powerlifter), Kelly Starrett (PT, Crossfit Trainer, Mobility Coach), National Academy of Sport Medicine, Ben Patrick (Knees Over Toes Guy/Athletic Training Group Founder), Dr. Stuart McGill PhD (Backfit Pro Inc), Mark Bell (Super Training Gym/Powerproject Host), Stan Efferding (Vertical Diet & Training), Thomas Myers (Fascial Trains)
“Our focus is on finding and fixing the underlying problem – not just masking it.”
Sports Medicine – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Which joint in the body is most susceptible to sports injuries?
The most commonly injured joint is the knee. The structure of the knee is very complex and often subject to injury in athletes of many sports.
How much does a Sports Injuries Doctor session cost?
The cost of Sports Injuries Doctor depends on the extent of care and time of services. Most of the services we offer are covered by your insurance. Check with us for details about your plan. Prices for some services are shown in the table below.
|Initial Exam & Treatment||125-240|
|Follow Up Treatment with Adjustment||75-160|
What is the best treatment for acute sports injuries?
The first line of treatment recommendations have changed in recent years and it is now recommended to facilitate the inflammatory process rather than stunt it: THEM
- Exercise (progressive movement accompanied by compression)
Call our clinic to make an appointment, as seeing a doctor is very important in acute pain. If you have suffered contact trauma, it is especially important to seek emergency medical care.
Does insurance cover sports medicine?
Yes – We accept the following PPO Insurance Plans:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Health Care
We also accept Medicare.
Cash visits are subject to appropriate time of service discount.
What sports have the most injuries?
According to the latest 2022 sports injury data – a large number of injuries, serious injuries, are caused by Men’s soccer. Statistically, nearly 22 percent of injuries require more than a week of recovery. But if you go to our clinic on time – your injury will recover properly and the chance of re-injury will be reduced.
Why can’t I heal a sports injury on my own?
You can treat minor sports injuries yourself, but self-treatment is not recommended due to the epossibility of missing important details. Because of the high risk of re-injury, and improper treatment, it can happen again and again. To avoid repeated injuries to the same area, it’s better to be treated by our doctors and keep you healthy.
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It is our goal to provide you with the highest quality of care and a successful experience. Our family taking care of yours!
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