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October 10, 2019

How Chiropractic Care Can Address Back Pain in Sports

Professional athletes deal with rigid training, extensive workout, and high-level performances that they have to use much of their physical strength and power. When training goes overboard or when you make one single mistake, it can lead to potential injuries and body pain. That’s why it is common to see sports injuries, such as an ankle sprain, a hamstring strain, or knee injury, among others. 

One thing that can’t be ignored and neglected, however, is back pain. Many people develop back pain after overexerting their bodies through training and performance for many years.

With chiropractic care, it helps every athlete deal with back pain and other types of injuries. In fact, a chiropractic regimen has to be incorporated into sports, as it serves as preparation for performance and prevention for any possible injuries.

Keep on reading to know how chiropractic care can help treat and alleviate back pain common in almost sports.

Problem: Back Pain in Sports

In most cases, sports enthusiasts, elite athletes, regular gym-goers, and even ordinary sports enthusiasts usually suffer from back pain. Back pain is said to be associated with different types of sports, which include gymnastics, diving, weight lifting, football, and rowing. Back pain can also be attributed to muscle strains, ligaments sprains, and soft tissue contusions, among others.

Some athletes, however, fail to incorporate chiropractic care as part of their training routine. Chances are they’ll only do so when they start having muscle aches and severe back pain. It’s essential to consider having sports massage to keep your body in good working condition. This is also for body maintenance to reduce possible injuries and improve overall performance. 

Solution: Chiropractic Care for Back Pain

Part of chiropractic care is the sports massage. It is a firm, body-focused type of massage, specifically designed to reduce muscular tension, address minor injuries, and ease deep muscular pain and discomfort. It can be used for body maintenance in sports and rehabilitation from an injury. The goal is to improve performance during sports. Here’s how it works:

First, it assists in restoring mobility to injured muscles. It can help reduce stress, tight muscles, and pain. Second, it can help restore flexibility and a full range of motion. This can be done through massage-stretching. With this massage, the muscle can be stretched cross-fiber as well as longitudinally. Finally, sports massage can release any tension or pressure that has built up from exertion. This is performed by stretching the fascia that surrounds the muscle. 

To initiate and perform a sports massage, a therapist will focus on a particular muscle group and the surrounding tissues associated with the injury using a combination of varied techniques. They help the patient move to a position where they won’t experience discomfort or have a limited range of movement. Generally, a program that includes stretching exercises is incorporated to assist with the whole treatment and correct any muscular imbalances.

Chiropractic Care for Sports

Ultimately, chiropractic care aims to identify and address disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. It promotes healing and alleviates pain by providing the best possible support for injured athletes.

Apart from chiropractic adjustments and spinal manipulation, sports massage is one facet of chiropractic healthcare that can be integrated for your sports regimen. Doing so will help you address back pain, alleviate your condition, and improve your performance. 

If you have pulled muscle injury, book a therapy appointment with Launchfit now. Our qualified staff will evaluate your injury and determine the best course of action to launch you back to fitness.

If you’re looking for chiropractic care in NYC for your back pains, get in touch with Launchfit to see how we can help!

September 12, 2018

Back Pain, what is it?

What Causes Back pain

Back pain can be divided into non-radicular pain and radiculopathy. Radiculopathy occurs when there is irritation in the nerve root, causing neurologic symptoms, such as numbness and tingling. Disk herniation and foraminal stenosis are the most common causes of radiculopathy. Non-radicular back pain is most commonly caused by injury to the spinal muscles or ligaments, degenerative spinal disease, or a herniated disk. Spondylosis, or spinal degeneration, occurs when the intervertebral disc undergoes degenerative changes, causing the disc to fail at cushioning the vertebrae. There is an association between intervertebral disc space narrowing and lumbar spine pain. The space between the vertebrae becomes narrow, resulting in compression and irritation of the nerves. There is a weak association between low back pain and facet osteoarthritis, which has been considered as a primary reason for compression of spine nerve roots as they exit the intervertebral foramen.

Back pain can also be due to referred pain from another source. Referred pain occurs when pain is felt at a location different from the source of the pain. An abdominal aortic aneurysm and urethral colic can both result in pain felt in the back.

Back pain is a common symptom that could manifest along the delicate tissues of the backbone, such as the muscles, nerves, bones, and joints. Internal structures such as glands, pancreas and the aorta, may cause referred pain in the back. When treating back pain, health care professionals often attempt to achieve a decrease in the level of the individual’s back pain so as to reestablish their ability to function in everyday activities, to help them manage symptoms and also to evaluate the effects of therapy choices. The objective is to manage back pain with rehabilitation for long-term pain relief.

 

Back Pain Non-Medical Treatment:        

 

Back pain is generally treated with non-pharmacological therapy first, as it typically resolves without the use of medication. Superficial heat and massage, acupuncture, and spinal manipulation therapy may be recommended.

  • Heat therapy is useful for back spasms or other conditions. A review concluded that heat therapy can reduce symptoms of acute and sub-acute low-back pain.

 

  • Regular activity and gentle stretching exercises is encouraged in uncomplicated back pain and is associated with better long-term outcomes. Physical therapy to strengthen the muscles in the abdomen and around the spine may also be recommended. These exercises are associated with better patient satisfaction, although it has not been shown to provide functional improvement. However, one study found that exercise is effective for chronic back pain, but not for acute pain. If used, they should be performed under supervision of a licensed health professional.

 

 

  • Massage therapy may give short-term pain relief, but not functional improvement, for those with acute lower back pain. It may also give short-term pain relief and functional improvement for those with long-term (chronic) and sub-acute lower back pain, but this benefit does not appear to be sustained after 6 months of treatment. There does not appear to be any serious adverse effects associated with massage.

 

  • Acupuncture may provide some relief for back pain. However, further research with stronger evidence needs to be done.

 

  • Spinal manipulation treatments. After a complete examination a personalized clinical treatment program is put together & implemented. Your treatment is monitored so your program can be updated so you receive the maximum benefit.

      is a widely-used method of treating back pain, although there is no evidence of long-term benefits.

At Clinicube we offer these After a complete examination a personalized clinical treatment program is put together & implemented. Your treatment is monitored so your       program can be updated so you receive the maximum benefit.

 

 

 

August 3, 2018

Low Back Pain Relief with Chiropractic care

Lower Back Pain Relief

Many times, the underlying causes of a back problem can be subtle, but these are some of the factors that can contribute to back pain:

  • Fatigue & Strains –

even a strong back can suddenly become afflicted with pains strains and general weakness. When an especially heavy object

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 is hoisted, the body distributes the weight and pressure evenly through the bones, joints and muscles. The back takes the brunt of this pressure and if the back were slightly misaligned for some reason, it can react unexpectedly and this can be painful.

  • Automobile Accidents –

Even though symptoms after a car accident can take minuets, to hours, to even days to show up you should  always go for a checkup at your local car accident chiropractor.

  • Latent Injuries and Other Conditions –  

You may think sufficient time has passed to rule out your high-school football injury as the source of your pain, but not so. The truth is, without an ongoing plan for complete and total rehabilitation, these conditions can cause the body to compensate with imbalance.

  • Bad Posture –

those who spend many hours at their desk or in other relatively inactive postures, such as studying, gaming, etc. can begin to develop structural changes in the back and neck. When muscles are weaker they allow the body to collapse into the most natural form, this can cause flaws in your structural balance and muscular integrity.

As the body adopts improper positions for long periods of time, more pressure is placed on specific bones or spinal discs and muscle strain is greater in one area. If this is not corrected it may cause back pain in itself as the spine is left resilient to sudden injuries.

  • Lower Back Pain Relief in a Chiropractic Setting –

With proper spinal alignment being the ultimate goal of your chiropractic treatment, your first visit to the chiropractor

will begin with an evaluation like you would expect in any other medical setting. Depending on the results of your initial examination your chiropractor may require X-Rays to ensure a precise diagnosis and treatment.

After this, you and your chiropractor will develop a plan of ongoing treatment to address your spinal conditions. When working with the spine it is essential that adjustments are small, gradual and gentle. A complete treatment for pain management may require several visits over a specific amount of time to complete.

During the course of your treatment, proper balance and spinal health will be improved through pressure applied to specific regions of your back and body. This will work to correct any flaws in your spines balance and begin a path to better spinal health and reduced occurrences of pain.

Chiropractic treatment is based on the importance of the spine and its correct positioning in addressing back pain as well as enjoying a healthy and pain free life. The central focus of the chiropractic profession is on spinal alignment and manipulation to keep the body’s own regenerative capacities to function optimally.

This pressure used to adjust the spine is always delivered in small amounts with relatively small impacts. Certain massage practice may aid in the adjustments and pain management. It will be important to discuss the techniques applied by your chiropractor with them before beginning your treatment.

In addition to regular the spinal adjustments, your chiropractor may make a few other recommendations for a comprehensive treatment plan for back pain. This may include:

– A change in diet

– Recommendations for physical activity

– Hot and cold packs

That’s where Cliniccube comes in and help make your recovery a quick and easy one!

September 4, 2017

The Launchfit™ by Clinicube®

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From the heart of the city arises a new healthcare facility that will restore, remediate, and improve your quality of life, with the help of our professionally dynamic  team.

We are dedicated to rehabilitating, alleviating pain and healing impairments in a cost-efficient way. The Clinicube makes reinventing your body worry-free, pleasurable, and meaningful.

Chiropractic and Physical Therapy 

 Our chiropractic services will benefit people who have musculoskeletal issues and we specialize in helping with spinal problems. Effective manipulation of soft tissues and joints is key in providing maximum relief.

Physical therapy is a more diverse approach to body restoration. We are fully equipped – from manual therapy, various physical therapies to electrotherapy; making sure that you recover immediately without compromising the program’s quality.

Computerized Testing and Training

In physical therapy, motivation is crucial. And there’s no better way to motivate yourself than to see improvement in your condition. Our facility offers you a performance tracker so you can assess your weak points as well as your strengths.

This computer assisted functional evaluation and training program will give you real time accurate results and along with the supervision of your healthcare practitioner, you can adjust your program according to your needs.

Medical Massage

Our Medical Massage makes the perfect pair to our innovative physical rehabilitation and wellness programs. Offering treatment to specific concern areas through a soothing massage is the ideal treat for you after a day of hard work.

Physical Rehabilitation

Our healthcare providers are driven with the passion to rehabilitate physical impairments and disabilities in order to restore your body’s optimum capacity. Our main focus is full restoration or optimization of one’s quality of life with the help of our certified medical team.

Medically Supervised Fitness

 Completed your rehabilitation program yet hesitant to work out on your own? This fitness program is best for you. Our trained medical staff will provide the guidance, techniques, and supervision that you need throughout your transitional period.

Acupuncture and Dry Needle

 Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine that relieves body pains through needle insertion in certain body points. It can help relieve pain and an important factor in physical rehabilitation.

Be more. Do more. Live more.  Let our team stop whatever’s stopping you. Book an appointment now and reinvent yourself  at the Clinicube.

 

 

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