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Chiropractic Treatment for Rugby Injuries in Doncaster

Rugby is a sport with a high level of contact, be it professional or amateur levels. Tackling and scrummaging can result in a huge amount of pressure being put on the entire body, while poor technique and inadequate warm-up and cool-down can also lead to injuries. Overuse injuries can also build up over time, causing long term problems if they are not properly dealt with.

The most common symptoms from rugby injuries are:

  • Back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Leg pain
  • Stiffness
  • Tightness
  • Muscle spasms
  • Numbness
  • Limited range of motion

As experts in treating joint and muscle problems, chiropractors can help treat rugby problems, as well as preventing them in the first place.

Through the skilled and effective application of chiropractic manipulation, our experienced chiropractors will help restore the balance of your body and relieve any pain. We will aim to align the spinal bones and ensure the muscles, joints, and ligaments in the back are in perfect condition. This level of prevention will allow the entire body to function at an optimum level, reducing the risk of injury when playing rugby.

Rugby Injuries Chiropractor

At Thorne Road, we can offer chiropractic treatment for the following rugby injuries:

Head injuries

Falls and tackles can cause impact injuries to the head, compressing the neck (cervical spine), which can result in neck and shoulder pain, as well as weakness in the arms. If these injuries are not properly addressed, they can cause long term damage.

Back and spinal injuries

The trauma of tackles can result in back and spinal injuries such as muscle strains, facet injuries, or disc-related injuries.

Knee injuries

Rugby related knee injuries are usually caused by trauma, twisting, impact, or over-use.

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Heel pain

Rugby players commonly suffer from plantar fasciitis, a painful soft tissue swelling caused by overuse or playing on wet ground. The pain is usually sharp and worsens when weight is applied.

Shoulder injuries

Scrums and tackles put a strain on the shoulder joints, causing compression of the joints, sprains, bruising, fractures, and more.

Whatever area you’re experiencing pain in, don’t continue to suffer. Find out how chiropractic techniques can help relieve your pain.

If you are suffering from any of the conditions listed below, you should seek treatment from a Chiropractor in Doncaster

Contact Us

Over the years, we have supported patients with a wide range of rugby injuries, helping them to recover full movement and live free from pain. Many go on to recommend us to their family and friends thanks to our effective treatments and friendly service.

If you are struggling with pain as the result of a sporting injury or you need advice on chiropractic treatment for rugby in Doncaster, please get in touch. Our friendly, professional team is ready to help. Call us on the number below to arrange an appointment.

01302 969 501
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Thorne Road Chiropractic Clinic is fully accredited by the following bodies & associations

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After twenty years of upper back pain, I was out of pain and mobile after two sessions with Peter Oxenvad. Dr R. V-L, Sheffield
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With the support of the clinic, I now manage my back condition rather than let it manage me. Paul W, Management Accountant
I have attended now for four months following my knee replacement, and I must say that I am 100% satisfied with your service, and delighted with my new found mobility! Arnold J, retired, Bessacar
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