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By Ma Lillibeth Coper Incipido
Chiropractors encounter common sports injuries on a daily basis. When the so-called weekend warrior does not take time to stretch before a game or cool down after, he or she invites a higher probability of being hurt. Stress fractures occur when a runner does not build up running time slowly, rather than rushing into long distance races immediately. At Edmonton Chiropractic care is provided along with advice on how to avoid these and other injuries in the future.

Straining and overextension may result in erosion of cartilage in a joint. Tendinitis may be caused by overuse of a joint. A high incidence of major and minor injuries occur in athletes who spend long hours training for sports competitions of all kinds.

The chiropractor who sees athletes should respect their need to push themselves during training. A players aspirations should be respected and taken into account. But, the concept of playing through pain can only lead to more extensive damage.

An injury must be evaluated and cared for without delay. This will, in the long run, promote a faster recovery. If it is in the best interest of the athlete to stay off the field for a time, that is what must be recommended. The sports chiropractor must be able to make objective decisions.

The feet, knees and ankles are hurt most frequently on the football field. These injuries happen regularly because the players crash into each other when they tackle. X-rays are useful to the chiropractor who is evaluating an injury and providing the requisite care.

The retired professional football player is bound to feel some residual hurt as the aftermath of his many injuries. Regular chiropractic attention can alleviate his pain. Spinal adjustments and a program of mild exercises that is specifically focused on his needs can be implemented. It is suggested that he schedule regular check-ups and make an appointment to combat his pain as needed.

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