Sports Chiropractic in Dillon, Montana
If you are looking for an exceptional level of care in Dillon, MT you need to seek out a sports chiropractor. It doesn’t matter what level of athlete you are, or if you aren’t an “athlete” at all, a sports chiropractor is uniquely trained to asses and rehabilitate a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries.
So, what is a sports chiropractor and why are they different?
First of a certified sports chiropractor is just that, certified. There are two levels of certification through the American Board of Chiropractic Sports Physicians and both require extensive training in the topics of sports injury, physical fitness, emergency medicine, and functional biomechanics (how the body moves). The CCSP (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician) requires 100 hours of post-doctoral course work and board exam. The DACBSP (Diplomat American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians) requires over 300 hours of post-doctoral coursework, 100 hours of on field experience, and extensive written and practical examinations.
What else sets sports chiropractors apart?
• They possess specialized knowledge in the are of sports injury and physical fitness.
This means that they are perfectly suited to help and athlete not only during the rehabilitation phase of an injury, but also play an integral role in optimizing sports performance.
• They are experts in the how the body functions during movement. Whether you are an elite athlete are just need help with everyday activities, a sports chiropractor needs to be on your “team.”
• They offer individualized care that extends far beyond “standard chiropractic.” With a vast understanding of the soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia) a sports chiropractor will utilize cutting edge, evidence informed, methods designed for faster recovery, increased performance, and lasting results.
• They are informed of the latest research and methodology in the field of sports medicine, rehabilitation, and performance. This allows them to seamlessly integrate with other sports medicine providers (physical therapy, athletic trainers, orthopedic surgeons, etc…)
On some level all of us are athletes in our own way. It doesn’t matter if you are setting world records or just trying unload your car after a big Costco run, you need a sports chiropractor on your team. Dr. Jeff Feenstra is a certified sports chiropractor and has extensive experience working with a wide variety of injuries as well as helping all types of people achieve high levels of performance in sport and in life. Whatever your game is he is here to serve. You can get more information on sports chiropractic at acbsp.com or call Pursuit Chiropractic at 406-570-6368.