Sprains and Strains Treatment in Miami
What is the Difference between Sprain and Strain?
One notable difference between sprains and strains is that strains occur when there is a partial tear of the muscle or tendon, while sprains occur when there is a partial tear of ligaments. Despite these initial differences, both can cause similar symptoms.
Some Common Sprains and Strains Symptoms include:
- Restricted Range of Motion
Whether you think you have a sprain or strain, consult a doctor first to determine which one it may be.
At Silverman Chiropractic, we can pinpoint your injury and give you the best treatment for sprained or strained muscles. As a leading chiropractic care provider in Miami, we have been helping injured patients manage their pain for years.
Sprains and Strains Treatment
While there are many ways to classify injuries, they can be generally categorized as pulls, tears, sprains, strains, and fractures. Strains and sprains affect soft tissues such as ligaments and tendons. Injuries to ligaments refer to stretching or tearing of the ligament itself, while a sprain refers to a stretch or tear of a ligament with a partial or complete tear or rupture of the ligament fibers. The location of an injury is also an indicator of what kind of tissue damage was experienced.
We offer various chiropractic treatments to help relieve sprains and strains. Some of these include:
- Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Neuromuscular Electronic Stimulation
- Physical Therapy
- Chiropractic Manipulation
Mild sprains and strains may feel better in a few days. However, stress from work, sports, or other physical activity often aggravates injuries, leading to discomfort even after the initial pain has subsided. Get a diagnosis at Silverman Chiropractic today before any serious complications arise.
Relief for Strains and Sprains
Strains and sprains are common overuse injuries that can sideline you from your favorite activities. You may have an injury to your muscles or tendons, which can cause mild to extreme pain depending on the degree of injury.
If you are experiencing pain in any area of your body, consult our physicians to help you identify the cause. A few treatments are available for treating this pain, including chiropractic treatments, physical therapy, exercise, or even painkillers.
At Silverman Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center in Miami, you will receive immediate treatment to reduce pain from both biological and physical sources of injury. Our caring and expertly trained professionals will work with you on a personal level to give you your much-needed relief.