Sports Chiropractic

CSU Athletics Team Chiropractor Ryan Schleisman

Why choose a Certified Sports Chiropractor vs. a “regular” Chiropractor?

Certified Sports Chiropractors are the best in chiropractic for people of all activity levels – high caliber athletes, recreational athletes or those seeking to feel great engaging in daily activities.

10 things you should know about Certified Sports Chiropractors:

  1. Possess specialized knowledge of sports injuries and physical fitness.
  2. Are experts in the function of the body during movement, from high-level athletics to everyday activities.
  3. Can help optimize performance enhancement by applying an advanced understanding of musculoskeletal function and athletic training.
  4. Offer individualized care that extends beyond spinal adjustment to include direct treatment of muscles, joints and connective tissues.muscles, joints and connective tissues.
  5. Focus on total body wellness and reaching optimal functioning, not just reducing pain.
  6. Are immersed in the latest sports medicine research, trends and treatment techniques.
  7. Can integrate seamlessly with other healthcare practitioners to optimize your medical care.
  8. Are passionate proponents of physical fitness and skilled sports medicine
  9. Will help you achieve YOUR peak performance with a breadth and depth of
    knowledge found only in their specific training.
  10. Compromise the top tier of the chiropractic profession.

The Benefits Fort Collins-Area Residents are Experiencing:

for athletes

  • Faster recovery from injury – get back to play sooner
  • Access to wider range of treatment tools
  • Expertise in high-performance athletics and preventive strategies
  • Guidance for athletic training
  • Sports nutrition consulting
  • Individualized treatment and specialized chiropractic techniques
  • Sports-specific treatment and preventive exercises
  • Ability to integrate treatment with training

Chiropractic Associates Specialties

Sports injury Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention

  • Rehabilitation exercises
  • Emergency procedures
  • Pre-participation examinations
  • Sports nutrition
  • Joint supports and taping
  • Exercise prescription / Sport-specific athletic training