Get Back Faster.
Don’t let injuries keep you down. Get back to the field of play faster with an integrative all-encompassing approach to sports injury rehabilitation.
Regardless of the sport or activity, our specialties include shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, and spinal pain or injury.
Our approach is built to not only get you better quicker but to improve your overall movement in the long term so that you’re moving better than before and hopefully reducing the chance of re-injury.
*Remember, we are a cash-only practice which means we don’t accept insurance. The typical injury can take anywhere between 3 – 6 weeks to heal up. Patients should expect to be seen twice a week for at least 2 weeks, potentially more depending on the injury.
"Dr Tyler White is one of the top chiropractors in the country. With many years of experience working with elite high school, collegiate and professional athletes, he’s built a comprehensive process to maximize the physical and mental performance of those looking to gain an edge on the competition. Whether you are returning from injury or looking to take your game to the next level, I highly recommend working with him. He’s knowledgeable, detailed and most importantly he truly cares about the success of his athletes."
- Bradford Scott - Major League Head Performance Coach
We have several techniques that we use to optimize recovery and performance. A few of our techniques include:
Active Muscle Release
Active Muscle Release is a safe and effective way to reduce muscle tension at both the physiologic (muscle) and neurologic (nerve) level. Active muscle release also helps to restore lost motion from muscular tension.
Sometimes the muscle isn’t the reason for lost motion, the underlying fascial system wraps the entire body. Fascial manipulation works on correcting fascial restrictions or distortions that may be restricting motion.
Although similar to acupuncture, dry needling is different in that it’s used at the site of pain or trigger points. Dry needling is used to turn off trigger points or “knots” in a muscle which can restrict motion and cause pain. Dry needling is also used to help heal damaged muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
Cupping is a technique that improves circulation around an area which helps promote healing and reduce pain. Cupping is used over areas fascial restriction or over areas of injury.
Spinal manipulation improves the range of motion of a joint. This improves that overall function of a body segment.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization
DNS is an advanced technique that’s based on the stages of developmental kinesiology. DNS helps retrain your brain to rediscover the phases of stabilization and neuromuscular function to improve overall movement.
Marc Pro Electric Stimulation
Marc Pro is an electronic muscle stimulation device that helps increase blood flow around a joint or muscle. It has been scientifically proven to speed up the healing process without fatiguing the muscle. Marc Pro is effective at helping you recover faster from a hard training session or speeding up the recovery of an injury.