Are you an athlete? Or are you just a weekend warrior? Whether it be a sprain-strain or a herniated disc in the neck or the back, chiropractic care can help. You want a certified chiropractic sports physician that spends the majority of their day treating sports-related injuries.

Research points to the combination of chiropractic sports medicine, acupuncture, and rehabilitation exercise as a potent mixture for correctly diagnosing and treating sports injuries. A team approach on and off the field is important.

Chiropractic sports medicine is great for preventing and treating the majority of activity-related musculoskeletal conditions that we see day-to-day at the clinic. However, to be able to handle the full spectrum of sports-related traumas it takes more. It takes more education and more experience on-field.

Our primary clinic Truspine is fully equipped with diagnostics, medical instruments, and many other advanced technologies geared towards treating athletic injuries. We also have a trained staff of sports chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and support staff. Our clinic director Supreet Shah has even been a team doctor for the Olympic Club Rugby Team.

What does a sports chiropractor do? The most important thing when it comes to effectively treating high-impact sports injuries is the right diagnosis and proper treatment protocols. Chiropractic for athlete performance is essential. Most athletes want to get back to their sports training and performing. They require special expertise that not every chiropractor can provide.

Here are some common sports injuries we treat

  • Ankle Sprain or Strain
  • Groin Pull
  • Hamstring Pull
  • Shin Splints
  • Knee Injury: ACL, LCL, MCL, Meniscus
  • Tennis Elbow or Epicondylitis

When it comes to treating sports injuries or traumas in San Francisco we rise above the rest and most of our staff are athletes themselves. This truly does matter. Read about how this one powerlifter uses our chiropractic services to keep his body functioning at optimum levels.

So, if you live or work near the SF Telegraph Hill – North Beach – Financial District and have suffered a sports injury that requires treatment, we would love to meet you. To schedule an appointment with our San Francisco Chiropractor, please call 415–415–1115 or book an appointment online.


Also published on Medium.