When you need examinations and evaluations for a sports injury, trust Dr. Nicholas Circolone, FACO. Whether you were injured from simply shifting a heavy object or exercising with incorrect posture, sports injury examinations and evaluations are available at our office.
What to Expect
When you visit Dr. Circolone, FACO, he will speak with you to determine the probable cause of your injury. This assessment will help us to evaluate the possible severity of the injury and the location of the pain or discomfort.
From there, Dr. Circolone, FACO will determine the next steps for chiropractic treatment. Because every person and every injury is completely unique, there is no standard, one-size-fits-all process. Your situation will be evaluated as an independent circumstance and you will be given focused attention based on what you and the doctor discuss.
The Benefits of Sports Medicine
There are a tremendous number of benefits of visiting Dr. Circolone, FACO. The first is that you will be examined by Dr. Circolone, FACO who understands that your condition is special and needs immediate attention. Chiropractic injuries can be exceedingly painful and, in many cases, the person finds it impossible to return to work and other activities until the condition has been resolved.
Another benefit of working with a sports injury chiropractor is that the patient can avail of a customized chiropractic treatment plan that takes into consideration the nature of the injury as well as the condition of the patient before and after the injury.
What do Examinations & Evaluations Include?
When you come in for a chiropractic examination and evaluation, your physical chiropractic condition will be examined to determine what is out of alignment and what specifically might be causing the pain and discomfort. You will receive a professional medical assessment, which you can use for your own personal use, for your insurance company, or for your legal team.
Finally, you’ll be presented with a professional recommendation of treatment options designed to alleviate pain or discomfort and to facilitate the recovery process.
For more information about examinations and evaluations contact us at (423) 855-7376.