Sports Injury – How Do You Deal With It?

Nearly everyone has been injured while playing a sports or game in their childhood. Even high functioning professional athletes are not immune to injuries.

Injuries can happen due to both external and internal factors.

– External factors include things like getting kicked too hard, getting hit by a ball or malfunction of a sports apparatus.
– Internal factors may include issues like an incorrect alignment of the bones while in motion or putting unbalanced pressure on the limbs.

Traditional treatment may not always help to alleviate the pain and this is a reason Dr. Grant recommends Chiropractic care.

Chiropractic Treatment by Dr. Grant to Recover from Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are very painful and often take a very long time to heal. This is especially true for professional athletes, because they have rigorous regimes to face, and in order to stay on top of their games, they cannot afford to be injured all the time. Nor can they have scenarios where old injuries keep acting up or that the pain refuses to go away.

Dr. James Grant is a National Board Certified Chiropractor who has a working experience of over 30 years. Based in Utah, Dr. Grant’s insight on Chiro care ensures that you can treat your sports injuries easily.

The treatment is both a non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical one.

Here are some tips Dr. Grant tells to recover faster.

Using Class 4 Laser to Heal Injured Tissues

The most common points of sports injuries, according to Dr. James Grant of the Accident and Injury Clinic, are the knees, the back, the shoulders or the ankles.

In the clinic of Dr. Grant, there is state of the art equipment to treat these types of injuries. The latest addition to this ensemble of modern equipment is a Class 4 laser treatment.

The Class 4 laser treatment consists of an electrode that Dr. Grant uses to accelerate the healing process of the damaged or injured tissue.

Sports Injury using Laser Therapy on back Dr. Grant

How Does Laser Therapy Help The Healing Process?

As Dr. Grant explains quite nicely, the laser therapy is very effective. This is because the waves from the laser go deep into the target tissue and stimulate the mitochondria of the cells.

Mitochondria, also known as the “powerhouse” of the cells, produce energy in the form of ATP. Under the stimulation of laser therapy, the mitochondria produce substantially more ATP than ordinarily.

By increasing the rate of ATP production from the target tissue cells, Dr. Grant can speed up the the healing process significantly by 5 to 6 times the normal rate of recovery. Also, with the anti-inflammatory effect of the laser working in the injured tissue, there is an increased supply of blood and oxygen to the affected area, which also boosts the healing and recovery process tremendously.

If you are suffering from a sports related injury, or know somebody who is in pain, then do not hesitate to reach out to Dr. Grant at the Accident and Injury Clinic. You can also visit their website at