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Posted on 04-25-2017
An athlete himself, our chiropractor Dr. Karel Lloyd understands that in the game, focus is paramount to performance. An athlete in pain due to injury or repetitive motion, however, cannot focus. Not only does a sports injury affect an athlete's mental game, it also hinders his or her physical performance on the field, the court, the rink, the trail, wherever you play or compete. At Clayton Chiropractic, we strive to be the go-to clinic for Clayton sports injury by staying abreast of the latest in sports injury treatment and rehabilitation and providing patients with high-quality care.
At Clayton Chiropractic, we handle sports injuries seriously, taking the time to assess the injury, how it has affected the patient's body, ability to move, and how best to treat the condition. Our sports injury treatment in Clayton, Garner, and surrounding areas initially focuses on pain management, working to relieve and eliminate pain without the use of medications riddled with side effects or invasive surgery (which could have you off your feet for a long time). We then work with each patient to ensure the injury heals properly. Lastly, using corrective exercises and stretches, our chiropractor works to rehabilitate patients to a normal range of motion and flexibility. We also work with patients, helping them achieve an optimal balance of strength and flexibility throughout their bodies in order to prevent future injury.
If you struggle with pain due to a sports injury such as plantar fasciitis, tennis/golf elbow, runner's knee, a muscle strain, or tendon sprain, we encourage you to contact Clayton Chiropractic at (919) 553-2225 today. In addition to feeling better right away, we also offer new patients a free consultation with Dr. Lloyd (a $50.00 value!). Visit your Clayton sports injury treatment center today, and get back in the game.
How have sports injuries affected your physical and/or mental performance
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