How Chiropractic treatment at Bexleyheath Chiropractic Clinic can help with sports injuries

One of the main sources of a chiropractor’s work is helping sportspeople overcome various injuries and here at our clinic in Kent it’s no different.

Indeed, if you’re looking for a highly trained and recommended chiropractor then our experienced team of chiropractors have a great reputation in dealing with sporting injuries and getting people back to full fitness.

We also offer help and advice on how clients can avoid repeating similar injuries in the future.

And, let’s not forget, that the types of sports injuries we deal with on a daily basis aren’t just limited to athletes or sportspeople – people doing everyday tasks also suffer similar injuries.

Essentially, we can help anyone who plays sport who has suffered a traumatic injury, such as a slip, fall, or collision. We can also help those with a repetitive stress or overuse injury.

Most traumatic injuries we see are generally dealing with ligaments which is the tissue that connects bone to bone and to muscles.

Ligament damage is called a sprain and the most frequent places for this type of injury are the ankles, knees, and shoulders. You can also injure the lower back and neck.

Treating these types of sporting injuries depends on the degree of damage sustained by the patient. We also take into account the patient’s age and where the injury actually is.

And once chiropractic treatment begins you will be surprised at the rate of recovery. A chiropractor will also give tips and advice on how to manage the injury and avoid further instances from occurring.

A chiropractor can also help in treating overuse or repetitive strain injuries from sports such as golf, tennis and bowling – essentially sports that require the participant to make the same movement repeatedly.

Such a movement will cause a light strain to tissues, usually tendons and muscles but it’s the cumulative effect of lots of repetition which can cause more serious problems.

It has to be said too that the older a person is the more liable they are to such an injury.

Chiropractors can help with treating such sports injuries and give advice such as warming-up properly before exercise as well as advising on things like stress, which can be a major factor on some muscle injuries because the patient is tense.

For more information about what our experienced team of chiropractors in Bexleyheath can do to help your sports injuries and getting back to fitness, then call us on 0208 301 5859 or email as at

Back pain and what causes it – Bexleyheath Chiropractor Kris Krumins Shares His Insight

It’s a fact of life that almost everyone gets back pain at some point, but staying active and with the help of chiropractic, may well be the best solution.

At Bexleyheath Chiropractic Clinic, many of our patients back pain comes from everyday activities and often they may have fallen into bad practices and put stress on points of their body which eventually have a painful reaction.

For instance, many people have poor posture which leads to back pain.

This can be from sitting at desk for many hours, slouching while watching TV or sleeping in a bed that has a mattress that is too hard or soft.

Back pain is also caused by hunching your back and shoulders in stressful situations.

On top of these issues, our chiropractors in Bexleyheath also see patients present themselves with back pain caused by simple things like tying their shoelaces.

Some people may have hurt their back by simply lifting a weight that is too heavy for them or using the wrong technique to lift the heavy object.

Repeated daily activities such as bending, lifting and twisting, as well as other lifestyle factors may result in back pain.

When you attend a chiropractic clinic the chiropractor will make an initial assessment of your pain and its potential causes – which means you will be asked about your everyday activities.

Chiropractic is the treatment of the symptoms of back pain through gentle, specific manipulation of muscle tissue and for treating the cause to help prevent a repeat episode.

This effective treatment is generally painless, although you may feel some short-term discomfort if your back is already very sore.

In addition, a chiropractor will also advise on a course of exercises to be carried out by the patient and tips on a healthier lifestyle as well as information on avoiding future back pain.

If you are looking for a chiropractor in Kent, or would like more information about back pain and what causes it, contact us on 0208301 5859 or email as at