Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Dr. Anthony Criscuolo works with Amateur & Pro Athletes

Sports Chiropractor in Wall, NJ – Monmouth County
Dr. Anthony Criscuolo: Active Release and Chiropractic Center

Sports Injury Rehabilitation in Monmouth County, NJ: Athletes understand the numerous demands of participating in a sport. Putting the body through these activities, such as running, jumping or tackling, can result in painful tears, sprains and strains. Seeing a chiropractor can help athletes heal faster after suffering a sports injury and can prevent them.

Sports injuries can limit performance and cause pain:

The main reasons athletes suffer sports injuries include forceful impacts, repetitive motions, over-training and failure to warm up properly. This can happen in countless ways, depending on what activity they are doing or what sport they are playing in. It is important to take precautionary measures, but sometimes injuries can happen to the most physically active and experienced people. Often these conditions are a result of injuries suffered years or even decades ago that did not heal properly.

Children and teens tend to ignore what seem to be small injuries when they are active. But if an injury is left untreated, this can lead to chronic pain in other areas, that may not even be directly related to the focal point of the injury, such the knees, hips, back and neck. Many sports injuries are insufficiently treated and allowed to rest and heal, increasing the odds that they will cause chronic pain later in life. This can lead to pain, frustration and a decrease in athletic abilities.

Sports or training injuries can cause the following symptoms:

  • Swelling
  • Burning, dull pain
  • Headaches
  • Muscle Pains
  • Inflammation
  • Muscle Spasms

Sports injuries can cause further injuries if left untreated:

Although many people think that chiropractic is solely limited to the spine, Dr. Criscuolo treats and helps prevent injuries of the neck, back, shoulders, knees and ankles. When the spine is perfectly aligned, this can alleviate tension in the body, decreases inflammation and allows the nervous system to function optimally.

When the spine is aligned, vital nutrients, water and body can travel throughout the body easily. It can also increase the immune system, which is ideal for anyone with a busy and active lifestyle. This allows the body to function better and become less susceptible to injury.

Dr. Criscuolo can help athletes by relieving their pain and helping them heal faster after an injury. Many athletes try to mask pain with medication, but this can lead to further risk and damage to the body. At Active Release and Chiropractic Center, Dr. Criscuolo will perform a full evaluation. He will construct a customized treatment plan to get athletes feeling their best and back to doing what they love.

Cold laser therapy for sports injuries

The application of cold laser therapy reduces short-term inflammation. Additionally, laser therapy significantly lowers the risk of arthritis frequently resulting from sports injuries. Laser therapy is used by professional sports teams and athletes to treat inflammation, provide deep-tissue therapy, and accelerate pain relief to help athletes minimize downtime. For the past decade, deep tissue laser therapy has revolutionized treatment in the professional sports world including NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL and USA Cycling athletes, as well as Ironman triathlon competitors, competitive runners, college athletes, former Olympic athletes, and elite cross-fitters.

Active Release Techniques for sports injuries

Active Release Techniques (ART®) is a massage technique that focuses on soft tissue movement in order to treat pain associated with muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Athletes who utilize this form of treatment range from recreational runners to professional football players and Olympic competitors.

ART® is different from traditional massage techniques, through the massage, the therapist feels for any damaged tissue or nerves and addresses it on the spot. This allows for a speedier recovery time and restoration of the damaged tissue’s function.

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