Tennis Injuries

Tennis is a demanding sport that puts tennis players at risk of developing two distinctly different types of injuries. Whereas the high speed starting and stopping nature of tennis subjects the player to acute/traumatic lower extremity injuries, repetitive motions, overhead play and the strain of frequent acceleration and deceleration heightens vulnerability to chronic overuse type injuries.

A solid and well thought out regimen of stretching and warm up exercises prior to playing tennis can alleviate a good portion of the injury risk. Wearing the appropriate shoes, and learning good tennis mechanics, as well as selecting a good surface to pay on can help avoid injuries as well.

Should you incur a tennis injury you should seek chiropractic care immediately. Following an injury a doctor of chiropractic can, in many case limit the extent of the injury and then suggest treatment that will provide healing and a return to the game.

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