Exercise and Sports Injury Relief in Walnut Creek, CA

Effective Exercise & Sport Injury Relief

Embracing the benefits of regular exercise and sports, we understand the risks involved. Minor aches to significant injuries can impede your daily activities and athletic performance. Dr. Cancel, an experienced sports chiropractor, offers specialized care in manual therapy and rehabilitative strength training to keep you active and injury-free.

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Neck PainHip PainFoot, Ankle, and Leg PainMuscle Tension HeadacheElbow PainForearm & Hand/Wrist PainKnee PainShoulder ProblemsBack PainPost-Surgical Rehab

Neck Pain

Strains, “Whiplash,” Joint dysfunctions (Chiropractic Subluxations), Myofascial Pain

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Hip Pain

Hip Flexor Tendinitis, Gluteus Medius Syndrome, Trochanteric Bursitis

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Foot, Ankle, and Leg Pain

Ankle Strain, High Ankle Sprain, Shin Splints, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendinitis

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Muscle Tension Headache

Elbow Pain

Golfer’s Elbow, Tennis Elbow, Triceps Tendinitis

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Forearm & Hand/Wrist Pain

Early Carpal tunnel Syndrome, Instant or Repetitive Use Strains

Knee Pain

Meniscus Tears, ACL, MCL, Osteoarthritis, "Runner's Knee," Chondromalacia Patellae, I-T Band Syndrome

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Shoulder Problems

Osteoarthritis, Impingement, Tendinitis, Rotator Cuff Syndrome, Throwing/Weightlifting Injuries

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Back Pain

Strains, Disc Related Issues, Facet Joint Dysfunction, Posture Related Imbalances

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Post-Surgical Rehab

Knee, Hip, Shoulder, Arthrofibrosis (tightness), Full Strength Restoration

Remember, physical activity, while beneficial, carries injury risks.

Precautions like warming up, exercising within limits, and gradual intensity increases are crucial. Most sports injuries stem from overexertion, poor preparation, or accidents, affecting muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, joints, and cartilage.

Injuries can be sudden, like sprains from an awkward movement, or gradual, like overuse injuries from repetitive actions. Dr. Cancel’s holistic approach targets musculoskeletal dysfunctions, ensuring optimal tissue, muscle, and bone health. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a recreational athlete in Walnut Creek, Concord, Pleasant Hill, Danville, or Lafayette, Dr. Cancel’s 30 years of experience in treating musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries will help you maintain peak performance.

Why Choose Performance Sport Care?

  • Expertise: Dr. Douglas Cancel brings years of experience in sports chiropractic, ensuring high-quality care.
  • Community Focused: Serving Walnut Creek, CA, and surrounding areas like Concord, Pleasant Hill, Danville, and Lafayette.
  • Patient-Centric: The focus is always on the patient’s well-being and recovery.

You don’t have to be a pro to receive professional care.

Dr. Cancel’s personalized approach caters to your unique needs, helping you regain your best form. For expert care in sports-related injuries, contact us at (925) 945-1155 or schedule an appointment online. Stay active, stay healthy, and let Dr. Douglas Cancel guide you to swift and effective sports injury relief.

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**Addressing the Shortcomings of High School Weight Training Programs**At Performance Sport-Care in Walnut Creek, Dr. Douglas Cancel, a dedicated sports chiropractor, offers expert manual therapy and rehabilitative strength training to help young athletes thrive. We understand that while high school weight training programs have their benefits, they also have several shortcomings that can impact student athletes' performance and safety:1. **Lack of Proper Supervision and Instruction**: - Many high school programs lack certified strength and conditioning coaches, leading to inadequate coaching and improper lifting techniques.2. **Insufficient Individualization**: - One-size-fits-all programs fail to address the unique needs, fitness levels, and goals of individual students, potentially leading to overtraining or undertraining.3. **Safety Concerns**: - Without proper supervision and technique instruction, the risk of injuries increases significantly.4. **Lack of Comprehensive Education**: - High school programs often miss out on essential education regarding nutrition, overall fitness, and the importance of warm-up and cool-down routines.5. **Equipment and Facility Limitations**: - Outdated or insufficient equipment and limited space can hinder the effectiveness and safety of training.6. **Motivation and Engagement**: - Not all students are interested in weight training, and a lack of a supportive environment can further discourage participation.7. **Inconsistent Programs**: - Irregular training schedules and variable program quality can disrupt students' progress.8. **Focus on Aesthetics Over Functionality**: - Emphasizing appearance over functional strength and overall fitness may not align with students' true needs.At Performance Sport-Care, Dr. Douglas Cancel is committed to addressing these issues by providing personalized, safe, and effective rehabilitative strength training. Our goal is to help young athletes achieve their peak performance and stay injury-free.If you're concerned about your child's high school weight training program or want to enhance their athletic performance, contact us today. Together, we can build a stronger, healthier future for your young athlete! 💪📞#performancesportcare #sportschiropractor #rehabilitativestrengthtraining #youthathletedevelopment #injuryprevention #walnutcreekfitness ... See MoreSee Less
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