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Sports Chiropractic

better practices to keep you moving

  • 03 Apr 2017

    Core Insight to open at noon today

    Core Insight will open at noon today.  If you have any questions regarding chiropractic, massage therapy or acupuncture appointments, please give the office a call....

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Sports Chiropractors specialize in treating all regions of the body including injuries of the shoulders, knees, elbows, wrists, hands, feet and hips for both injury management and performance enhancement. Many of today’s athletes utilize a sports chiropractor to prevent injury and to improve biomechanical and neuromuscular function with the ultimate goal of enhancing performance. In fact, Chiropractic Sports Specialists are recognized as the primary providers of spinal and peripheral joint manipulation and adjusting techniques in the world of sports.

 
Sports Chiropractor Techniques
Using chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue therapies (primarily Active Release Technique, Graston Technique® and myofascial release), modalities (such as acupuncture, microcurrent and ultrasound), athletic taping (including Kinesio taping), custom orthotic and bracing and rehabilitative techniques, sports chiropractors aim to restore and enhance the body’s neuromusculoskeletal system for peak performance.

At Core Insight, Dr. Janice Drover is ideally suited to help athletes handle these challenges and reach their full potential in today’s competitive environment. In August 2002, she completed her two-year postgraduate residency program at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, which included a six-month research placement in the Human Performance Lab at the University of Calgary. In February 2003 she obtained fellowship status with the college. During her time at the college she was also a service provider for the Canadian Sport Centre Ontario from 2002-2006, and is currently a service provider for the Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic. Most recently Dr. Drover was a member of the Host Medical Services team for the 2010 Vancouver Paralympic Games.