Sports Injuries Care

Proactive Chiropractic provides expert Sports Injuries Care in San Francisco.

We have certified sports medicine physicians, exercise physiologists, and athletic trainers for your care. All of them will work together to get your injury taken care of, make sure that it heals properly, and get you back to your sport as soon as possible.

Do you suffer from a spinal condition that causes chronic back pain that prevents you from performing your day-to-day activities? Is your pain unbearable? Do you fear it will worsen as you age, and you won’t be able to get it under control?

It’s okay; you’re not the only one! Due to sports injuries, many people suffer from chronic back pain. According to the research, 500,000 people suffer from sports injuries every year.

Many people with chiropractic disorders feel frustrated, confused, and helpless about their conditions. You can alleviate your worries and fears by learning more about your condition.

At Proactive Chiropractic in San Francisco, we would love to work with the patient’s condition symptoms, diagnose the treatment, and give you various services.

The list below covers the most common back and neck conditions and areas of spine-related pain.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative disc disease typically causes chronic low-level back pain, occasionally worsening and becoming severe.

Neck Pain

Neck pain can also torment a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, whiplash, muscle stress, and other conditions.

Knee Pain

A knee injury occurs when the knee joint’s cartilage that cushions start to wear away. Three bones make up the knee joint: the femur (thighbone), the tibia (shinbone), and the patella (kneecap). Inflammation and joint damage can occur when the cartilage that lines these bones breaks down, regardless of whether it is caused by aging or overuse.

Degenerative Joint Disease

An indication of spinal arthritis is the breakdown of cartilage between the facet joints in the spine, causing low back pain or leg pain.

Ankle & Foot Pain

Any bones that make up the ankle joint can break, resulting in an ankle fracture. Ankle joints are the contact points between the tibia, fibula, and talus.

Shoulder Pain

The shoulder capsule becomes frozen when the ligaments that comprise it begin to form scar tissue (due to age, injury, or disease). Scar tissue accumulates over time, and the connective tissue that forms your shoulder capsule becomes tighter. In the case of too much stiffness in the capsule, your range of motion is limited, and you may also experience pain.

Hip Pain

Labral hip tears may occur due to capsular laxity, hip impingement syndrome, or sports injuries. Hip pain is generally felt as a C-shaped swelling from the front to the back.


Various reasons can cause headaches, such as cranial fixations, neck, dehydration, fixations in the jaw, shoulder and neck stiffness, and more.

Back Pain

The back pain of children and teens can result from something as simple as an overstuffed backpack or something more severe like a tumor or infection.

Sports Injuries

Repetitive motions and additional stress on the spine contribute to specific sports and activities, causing and aggravating back pain.

Pain During Pregnancy

A woman’s body undergoes a lot of strain during pregnancy. Her spine, legs, and even feet suffer from the pressure. As a result, she may suffer lower back pain during pregnancy.

If you’re not sure about your chiropractic condition, then check out our condition checker!