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Active Sport & Spine Therapy

Active Sport & Spine Therapy is a state of the art Chiropractic Care, Physical Therapy, Spinal Injury & Pain Management Clinic serving Bergen County NJ, Hudson County NJ & Rockland County NY. The team performs a comprehensive examination that will help with designing a specific treatment plan with Chiropractic adjustments and Physical Therapy Rehab. This includes handson manual therapy, percussion therapy and shockwave therapy. Our skilled providers treat many conditions from back pain, neck pain, muscle pain, foot & ankle pain and much more.

A typical sport chiropractic Active Sport & Spine Therapy Chiropractic Care assessment at SEMI will include a period of history taking, movement pattern analysis, handson manual therapy, education and individualized treatment plan. Depending on the injury or condition, SEMI sport chiropractors may incorporate soft tissue treatments (including Active Release Techniques and medical acupuncture), spinal manipulation and rehabilitation exercise prescription as well as bracing and athletic taping such as Kinesiotaping.

Other treatments a chiropractor may use include soft tissue therapy, which is used to ease spasms and tension in the connective tissue that surrounds muscles (fascia). They can also perform joint bracing and taping, such as kinesio taping, and provide heat or cold therapy. They may also refer their patients to integrative medicine experts for guidance on diet and nutrition.

A chiropractor can also provide acupuncture, which is used to alleviate pain and increase circulation. In addition, they can help with arthritic joint functioning and relieve the pain, numbness, or tingling associated with sciatica. They can also treat musculoskeletal problems caused by car accidents, such as whiplash, as well as other injuries, such as torn ligaments and rotator cuff tears. In fact, a study published in 2017 showed that chiropractic care reduced the need for medical interventions, such as prescription pain medications and surgery, in people who were injured in a motor vehicle accident. The researchers found that chiropractic treatments, such as spinal manipulation, significantly improved outcomes in the short term for these patients. However, the study did not analyze long-term results. Moreover, the research was limited by its small sample size and lack of control group. More research is needed to assess the effectiveness of chiropractic treatment for injuries sustained in automobile accidents.