The Central Austin clinic, led by Dr. Bob Meyer, has updated its therapeutics treatments for active individuals and athletes suffering from chronic or periodic and acute knee pain. The center treats all knee-related injuries, including ACL tears, MCL/LCL strains, and Iliotibial Band Syndrome. Jumper’s knee, for example, refers to inflammation and tears in the patellar tendon while runner’s knee is a common name for PFPS, a syndrome caused by incongruent movement patterns.
More information can be found at https://spinalrehabsportsmedicine.com
With advanced therapies and custom rehabilitation programs, Spinal Rehab Sports Medicine is now able to help active people recover better and more quickly from crippling injuries that cause chronic and acute knee discomfort, limiting their mobility. As a leader in sports medicine technology with an extensive range of equipment, the clinic provides cutting-edge treatments, such as Halo Magnetic Resonance Therapy and Tissue Regeneration Therapy (TRT).
A September 2022 survey of American adults who have been treated for chronic knee pain and/or osteoarthritis in the knee found that almost four in ten individuals were under the age of 50, pointing – in part – to the prevalence of sports-related injuries to the knee. Aside from the expected consequences – poor sleep, difficulties at work, for example – over 90% of respondents claimed that the debilitating pain made them shun social events altogether.
As a consulting chiropractor to the University of Texas Athletic Department since 2003, Dr. Meyer – ‘Dr. Bob’ as he is known – is intimately familiar with all sports-related injuries, and knows that effective treatments depend on an understanding of the patient’s entire case history. Accordingly, the clinic performs a thorough physical and biomechanical exam before developing a therapy program in consultation with the patient.
Spinal Rehab Sports Medicine approaches each patient with the goal of healing him or her in both the short term and the long term. To mitigate joint inflammation, reduce pain, and expedite soft tissue healing the clinic may employ laser, ultrasound, and/or regeneration therapies. Additionally, the rehabilitation program will help patients improve their strength, endurance, and balance – allowing them to return to their active lifestyles and prevent future injuries.
One patient a couple of weeks ago commented: “Dr. Bob and his staff are incredibly knowledgeable and efficient. Guided me step by step on the what and why of the treatments being done and how to work together to fix it. I would highly recommend to not only athletes but to all to see.”
Interested parties can learn more at https://spinalrehabsportsmedicine.com
Spinal Rehab Sports Medicine
1301 S Capital of Texas Hwy
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