What Makes Addison Sports Clinic Different…
Specialized Treatments & Services:
• Pain Treatment:
Sports Injury, Workplace Injury, Auto Accident
Physical Therapy, Corrective Exercise, Rehabilitation
Increasing Endurance, Specialized Evaluations, Personal Training
Sports Medicine F.A.Q.
I have an injury from playing sports.
Can I use Active Release Techniques for better rehab?
Active Release Techniques (ART) are a unique way to treat soft tissue injuries that benefit muscles and tendons in the healing process. ART have been known to relieve pain from sports injuries and increase mobility. They are used in physical therapy and with sports medicine.
How can Active Release Techniques help sports injuries?
ART can help with many types of injuries. They have been known to treat muscle spasms, sciatica, shoulder injuries, back pain, knee pain and more. Because the technique treats the tendons and muscles as well as the nerves, many patients see immediate pain relief and experience better sports performance.
What is the FAKTR technique?
FAKTR (pronounced factor) is a soft tissue concept that stands for Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab. FAKTR is a cutting-edge approach to treating muscle, ligament and facial injuries with the use of special medical instruments and the hands of the practitioner. The FACTR techniques can be used in addition to Active Release Techniques, depending on the injury and the treatment that they require. Only specialists can perform these techniques.
*Dr. Jason Addison is a full-body certified practitioner of these techniques with extensive experience in treating professional athletes, college and high school levels.
I have a sports injury that may need an operation or cortisone shots.
Would Cold Laser therapy work for me?
Cold Laser therapy can be used as a non-intrusive option to surgery. Cold laser treatments can provide pain relief without having to use strong pain killers or shots. It provides a non-addicting treatment that eliminates the complications of long-term drug treatment programs. Cold lasers are FDA cleared and widely used for treatment of:
• Acute and chronic pain
• Ligament sprains
• Muscle strain
• Soft tissue injuries
• Tennis elbow
• Back pain
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Each patient is different and the treatment is built around the injury. We have many types of treatment plans available, because we treat and practice specialized pain management. We will suggest the treatment that we anticipate as being the best for you and your injury or sports therapy plan.
I have a pain in my neck and back. How can Chiropractic care help me?
An experienced chiropractor can assist you with pain relief, increased range of motion and better health. By giving you an individualized pain management program or physical rehabilitation directive for an accident
or injury, you will begin to feel better after each visit!
Chiropractic adjustments work by the identifying misalignments of the joints or spine. By treating the areas that need to be adjusted, Dr. Jason Addison can help relieve pain, headaches, muscle spasms and more. Each treatment is specialized and focused on the patient to meet each individual’s clinical needs. If you are experiencing pain or loss of mobility, call Addison Sports Clinic to begin a plan for your health and wellness, today.
I have pain in my lower back and heard about Decompression. What is Decompression used for?
At our office, we use spinal decompression as a type of traction that can help relieve back pain. spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine and changing its position. Many people say it gives instant relief!
Decompression takes pressure off the spinal disks (the cushions between the bones in your spine), by creating negative pressure in the disc. As a result, bulging or herniated disks may retract, taking pressure off nerves and other structures in your spine. This will help promote movement of water, oxygen, and fluids into the disks so that they can heal. Decompression is commonly used as an alternative to surgery for neck and low back pain, sciatica, disc herniation, and numbness and/ or tingling.