Sport Injury FAQs in Sioux City, IA

You are engaged in a sport, whether it is a solo or team one. You may feel pain - it may be sudden or it might show up later. Is it a sports injury? There are a lot of things for you to contemplate. Don't worry. We are here to help you with that by answering some questions that you may have. 

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How Will I Be Able to Tell I Have a Sports Injury? 

When you are injured playing a sport, you may have one of two types: 

  • Acute - This is the sudden one of the two injuries. You may have twisted an ankle, for example. Your symptoms, like swelling, pain, or possible bleeding will start to show up immediately. 
  • Chronic - These injuries are the ones that show up over time. You might notice that if you run for a certain amount of time, it might stiffen up. There might be inflammation. 

In either case, you should see a doctor to rule out certain things, like a fractured or broken bone. 

Can I Just Rest It Off? 

There are injuries where you can apply the RICE method. It means Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. If you notice that the pain is not subsiding or has worsened over that time, even with your level of inactivity, then you should head to the doctor to ensure that you have not had a more severe injury than you first thought. 

What Kind of Sports injuries Do Chiropractors Treat? 

We can treat everything from sprains to tendonitis to stress fractures. Come see us so that we can diagnose the best course of treatment for you. We want to relieve your pain and/or inflammation. 

When it comes to preventing sports injuries, the best thing you can do is try to prepare yourself ahead of time, like warming up and stretching. That can get your body ready to play the sport. There are still freak incidents, but you can tilt the odds in your favor. 

Schedule an Appointment with Our Chiropractor in Sioux City, IA

Do you live in Sioux City, IA, and have a sports injury? You can see Dr. Brad Chicoine, an expert chiropractor at The BAC Clinic of Chiropractic and Spine Rehabilitation. Call us today at (712) 252-0633 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our chiropractor. 

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