Athletes

Being physically active is one of the most important and best things you can do for the human body. Athletes strive to achieve their body’s maximum performance by participating in numerous training regiments consisting of strenuous exercises and physical activity and making sure they meet all of their body’s nutritional requirements. To master a specific sport, proper fitness, nutrition, and conditioning are required.  Our training programs are designed for athletes that look to gain a competitive edge in their sport.

We provide sport-specific services to help increase an athlete’s performance through mobility, strength, and endurance. However, some athletes who do not take the correct amount of rest or push their body too far can suffer injuries, inflammation, or underlying joint conditions. Dr. Alex Jimenez’s chronicle of articles for athletes displays in detail the many forms of complications affecting these professionals while focusing on the possible solutions and treatments, including health coaching, to follow to achieve overall well-being.

Internal Abdominal Injuries Athlete Health

Children, teens, and adults participate in organized and recreational sports activities for fun, exercise, and social benefits. Individuals and parents are used to scrapes, bumps,…

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GERD and upper cross suyndrome

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Herniated Disc Decompression Health

Older and elderly individuals have an increased risk of developing a herniated disc/s. The age of the intervertebral discs/cushions causes deflation, drying out, and shifting,…

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Sports Strength, Balance, Core Decompression Clinic

Injury Medical Chiropractic Decompression Clinic focuses on the whole body, realigns the bones and joints, and helps strengthen the muscles. This helps prevent pain and…

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Body Flexibleness: Decompression

Body Flexibleness: The body loses a small amount of flexibility during normal aging. Decreased body flexibility can negatively impact everyday life by preventing normal function.…

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Healthy Sleep, Physical Activity, and Muscle Recovery

Healthy sleep plays a vital role in the body’s overall health, as it ensures muscle growth, recovery, and illness prevention. This is especially true for…

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Body Stretching Fundamentals

 Stretching Fundamentals: Stretching benefits the body by keeping the muscles flexible, strong, healthy, and able to maintain optimal physical performance. As with any other discipline…

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Tremors and Spinal Cord Compression

Tremors are extremely rare, but they can result from spinal compression and not necessarily a brain condition like Parkinson’s disease. Tremors are abnormal, involuntary body…

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Sports Specific Performance Training

Sports-specific performance training is an approach to develop an athlete’s full potential in their sport. This involves three different factors: physical, technical, and experience. Physical…

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Post Spine Surgery Physical Therapy

Post spine surgery physical therapy or PT is the next phase after a discectomy, laminectomy, fusion, etc., to gain optimal mobility and ease the transition…

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Ankylosing Spondylitis

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Sports Chiropractic Athletes

Sports chiropractic athletes: A sports chiropractor is a specialist that works with athletes to improve their performance. These doctors specialize in assessing and treating sports…

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Flexibility and Range of Motion

Flexibility and range of motion are essential elements for an individual’s overall health, physical fitness, and quality of life. Healthy flexibility helps the body: Maintain…

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