Sports Performance for Individuals
It’s Not Going To Go Away By Itself.
Good Thing You’ve Found The Best Partner To Fix That.
You’re not giving up. But you know that something is impacting your performance on the golf course, the tennis court, during your run or at the gym. Heck, after enough activity, you’re even feeling it at your desk now.
Something’s got to change. And it will when you invest in your health by turning to Queen City Chiropractic & Sports Performance.
You don’t have to know the exact source of your pain before you walk in the door. That’s what we’re here for.
From Quail Hollow to Northstone, you can’t be a Charlotte resident and not have a love for the game of golf. Unfortunately, with that grand game, there are plenty of injuries that accompany it over time, such as back pain, elbow tendonitis, rotator cuff pain, shoulder pain, knee pain and wrist injuries. If you’re hurting in any one of those areas after a round, you’ll find we can create a custom treatment regimen designed to address your pain at the source so you can get back out there and enjoy 18 holes – or more – every week, all over again.
Running is terrific for your heart and lungs…but it can really stress your joints. The Charlotte area offers many settings for long-distance runners and we’ve been around long enough to know that knee pain, back pain and neck pain are customary complaints of runners. You may tend to hunch over too much while running or perhaps need greater flexibility in your ankle, both of which can lead to compensatory spinal pain. If so, don’t ignore the pain you’re starting to feel. Let’s take a closer look at the issue today.
The elegance and grace of ballet and modern dance can’t mask the pain of an ankle sprain, hip impingement, patellofemoral pain, Achilles tendonitis inflammation or another injury. So if you’re noticing pain at the start of a dancing activity or you’re compensating in your movements to avoid further pain, talk to Queen City Chiropractic. We’ve had great success treating professional dancers in the past.
You don’t have to lift 400 lbs. to experience a weightlifting injury. In fact, in most cases, it can come from incorrect form or just an inadvertent tweak while lifting. Rather than heading back to the gym and further aggravating the injury by lifting weights or contributing to a permanent complication, talk to us today, so you don’t set yourself even further back in your routine.
What’s The Next Step?
Make an appointment with Queen City Chiropractic at 704.940.3670. The doctors will review your concerns & complaints with you to identify when the pain tends to occur more often and ultimately provide a guided program that is designed to consistently bring you back to participating in the sports you love without pain.
In turn, that may unleash a new level of performance you never knew you had.