• Sports Injuries

  • Sports Injuries I Behm Muscle & Joint Clinic

    What are Causes of  Sports Injuries?

    The number one cause for adult sports injuries and non sports injuries is a prior injury. As simple as this may seem, many individuals will not seek care until extensive pain is felt, prolonging the recovery phase and potential symptomatic relief. The old adage, “No pain, no gain” can be held partly responsible for the U.S. spending more money on healthcare than half of the worlds’ countries combined and with limited results to show. If you are working out, lifting weights, training for a marathon, etc. while experiencing pain, your brain will protect your body by decreasing performance.

    What are Symptoms of Sports Injuries?

    Pain is an expression of your brain, created by damaged tissue. Symptoms can vary drastically depending on the damaged tissue. If symptoms are felt, the brain can drastically decrease performance, even if little damage or symptoms are experienced. Because our bodies have different pain receptors, different areas of the body will experience different levels of discomfort. The intensity of pain felt does not have to correlate with the severity of damage or the level of dysfunction.

    Consult Our Doctor if the Following Occur:

    • Repetitive Injuries
    • Pain or discomfort for greater than 1 month
    • Repetitive pain
    • Sprains and strains
    • Knee injuries
    • Swollen muscles
    • Achilles tendon injuries
    • Pain along the shin bone
    • Rotator cuff injuries

    Our Clinical Treatment Approach Towards  Sports Injuries:

    At Behm Muscle & Joint Clinic, we focus on treating the symptoms and root cause of your pain. The body is a dynamic, mobile structure and must be assessed and treated as such to create successful long-term outcomes. We employ the best scientific, evidence-based, treatment procedures by a combination of chiropractic, soft tissue therapy, and rehabilitative exercises. Surrounding all joints, there must be a balance between tension and compression of the ligaments, muscles, tendons, and fascia. When pain is present, it is due to an imbalance of these structures requiring mobilization and release of tight structures, in addition to strengthening weak or inhibited structures of the painful joint(s) as well as the joint(s) above and the joint(s) below. Adult injuries are often the consequence of chronic conditions that appear as acute pain. Our doctors focus on a comprehensive approach, geared toward lasting results.  To schedule an appointment give us a call at 402-292-1459 or schedule online.