Chiropractic and Sports Injuries with Active Release Technique
We serve many local athletes because of our knowledge and specialty in sports injuries and chiropractic. Dr. Kevin Sherman's enhanced knowledge of the body's biomechanics complemented with combination advanced soft tissue treatments provides relief to many athletes who have struggled with injuries. We use many of these same treatments and knowledge to help patients with traditional neck and back pain injuries.
Overuse and wear-and-tear injuries damage muscles and soft tissue above and below the injury area. Often plantar fasciitis, IT band syndrome, or knee pain is the result of alter mechanics from soft tissue restrictions elsewhere in the body. Your body has compensated for the longstanding dysfunction but eventually tissues becomes injured.
Scar tissue or soft tissue adhesions are areas of bad healing, and removing scar tissue improves performance and function in the muscles. Many chronic injuries "finally heal" with Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, sports massage therapy, proper stretching, strengthening, and chiropractic.
We offer all of these services to keep you running, riding, swimming, or jumping. We strongly believe in keeping you active during your treatments and recovery. We believe the statement "stay off it until it doesn't hurt" is said by someone who doesn't have a marathon or Ironman event in six weeks.
Dr. Kevin Sherman
Dr. Kevin Sherman is a Chiropractic Sports Physician and Board Certified to perform Physical Medicine and Rehab modalities. He is an instructor for Active Release Techniques and coordinator of the ART Ironman Performance Care team for the Arizona Ironman. He is also a member of the ART team for the[…]
Chiropractic and Sport Injury Treatments
We see more athletes and sports injuries than most clinics because of our combination of chiropractic, soft tissue treatments, & rehabilitation therapies.
A.R.T & Graston Technique for Neck Pain
Muscle spasms and scar tissue contributes to many people's neck pain. People feel "knots" in their shoulder and not realize the knots are accumulations of scar tissue in muscles. Slouching increases strain on muscles and leads to formation of scar tissue.
Learn more on neck pain treatment.
Scar Tissue in MuscleChronic muscle and joint pain responds to active muscle therapy treatments, especially Graston Technique and A.R.T. Scar tissue is also known as fascial adhesions, which alter how muscles perform.
Watch the video to learn more.