The Importance of Proper Posture: Top Bay Area Chiropractor Explains Why It Matters

Ever wonder why proper posture is so important? San Francisco chiropractor, Dr. Adam Jacobs, explains how correct spinal posture can prevent a variety of potential problems and improve your overall health.

Let’s admit that we all are guilty of neglecting the importance of good posture in our overall health, time and time again! We all are repetitively at fault when sitting in an office chair, sleeping and so on. While the side effects may not be visible initially, a bad posture definitely takes a toll on our overall health.

Proper posture is as important as eating a nutritious diet. In fact, at our San Francisco chiropractic offices, we often tell our patients that perfect posture trains your body to place the least strain on supporting muscles and ligaments during movements or daily activities. It helps maintain the wellness of the nervous system and the spine.

Why having a proper posture is so necessary?

Besides presenting a good appearance, there are various advantages of a good posture. These are:

  •         Prevents the spine from getting fixed or stuck in abnormal positions.
  •         Lowers the stress on the ligaments that holds the spinal joints together
  •         Maintains the correct alignment of the bones plus joints for the proper use of muscles and nervous system
  •         Reduces the abnormal wearing of the surfaces of joints that may cause arthritis.
  •         Prevents backaches as well as muscular pain
  •         Opens up the lungs for allowing more oxygen supply inside the body that moves into the muscle and brain cells and augments your overall energy level.

Keeping a good posture means maintaining an alignment of every body part with its adjacent parts. A proper posture restores the balance and support of all parts. When standing, your exact standing posture should look similar to sketching a straight line from the earlobe, over the shoulder, knee, hip and right into the middle of the ankle.

However, what actually happens if you fail to flaunt a proper posture? Let’s find out.

How bad posture might interfere with your health?

One of the most serious problems involving bad posture can be developing a kyphosis or scoliosis spinal curvature which slowly impacts the spine to alter its normal positions. The human spine has four natural curves that create an “S” shape in the coronal plane. Too much curve in the mid back can lead to a condition called hyperkyphosis, or a buffalo hump.  Too much curve laterally in the sagittal plane can lead to scoliosis. Since bad posture alters the spinal alignment, the resulting motions are negatively affected leading to subluxations that result in less blood supply and altered nervous system response. 

Bad posture leads to serious problems within the skeletal system as skeletons are the support system of our entire body. Slouching or slanted postures lead to rib compression and curving of the spine. The rigidity of the rib cage makes your lungs to not expand fully. This leads to a lack of oxygen supply that impacts your entire body’s systems.

The cervical spine or neck tends to feel the burden from bad posture first. Neck pain leads to tension that radiates lower to the shoulders and upwards causing headaches. Our muscular system works in tandem with the skeletal system to facilitate movement and posture. It helps us to maintain our body positions against the force of gravity and allows us to generate movements.

·         Posture and your digestive system

Ever thought that a bad posture can impact your digestive system? Well, yes, it can! An imperfect posture accompanied by a lack of exercise and, in some instances, obesity can weaken the stomach muscles that generally hold the pelvis in its exact position. Weak muscles denote that the pelvis is tilted forward which aggravates poor posture and causes pain while standing erect.

An abnormal slouched posture has been found to be a contributing factor to digestive issues like acid reflux or hernias. The most convenient way to strengthen the abdominal muscles and provide back support is through perfect posture.

·         Posture and your cardiovascular health

Your breathing becomes easier and deeper with good posture. You will feel less fatigued as a good posture gives you higher oxygen levels and greater energy boost.

With all that being said, how would you know what a proper posture is? Let’s find out.

 

How should the proper posture look like?

·         The proper sitting posture

A good sitting posture comprises of an erect spine and head with the maintenance of the three natural back curves. A slumped sitting posture and a slouched position with head forward reflect a bad posture.

While sitting in an office chair, keep your back aligned against the office chair back. For lengthy sitting make sure that the chair is ergonomically crafted to provide back support and is custom fit. We also recommend Intelliskin (which can be purchase through our shop page) if you find it hard to have good posture on your own while sitting at your desk.

·         The proper standing posture

Always stand with your weight placed mostly on the balls of your feet and not on the heels. It is highly recommended to position your feet slightly apart, approximately at shoulder-width. Let your arms hang naturally down adjacent to your body. Always stand straight and tall with your shoulders upright and refrain from locking the knees.

Tuck a bit your chin to maintain the head level and make sure that the head is square above the spine and not pushed out ahead. If you are standing for a lengthy period, then rotate your weight from one foot to the other or move from heels to toes. While standing it is important to keep your ears, shoulders, hips, and ankles in a vertical line. Generally, by raising your chin up you help to resolve standing postural problems.

·         The best posture for your knees

A proper knee posture safeguards your thigh and lower leg bones. While sitting keep your knees bent at a right angle slightly above than the hips. Your ankles should be placed slightly ahead of your knees. While driving also, your knees should be slightly higher compared to your hips.

How to determine if you have a good posture?

Simply, have a self-examination called ‘mirror exam.’ Stand in front of a full-length mirror and observe whether:

  •         Your shoulders are at level and your head is straight.
  •         Your hips are level and your kneecaps face directly ahead and you have straight ankles.
  •         Also, see that the spaces between your arms and side appear equal.
  •         Ideally aligned feet and ankles would face forward instead of turning inward or outward.

 

Various integrative therapies are also employed to reduce pain through healthy posturing. The Gokhale method created by Esther Gokhale employs the procedure of perfect posture and movement to eradicate back, muscle or joint pain and return back to a pain-free life.  It also helps you to tackle muscle and joint degeneration and augments your stamina and flexibility. The tools help you to regain your natural posture.

Over to You – Is it times to schedule an appointment with a local San Francisco chiropractor?

We hope that the above-mentioned points were successful in letting you know the importance of a good posture. It is thus highly recommended to visit a chiropractor if you spot any posture issues.  If you are in the greater San Francisco Bay Area and would like to book and appointment with one of our specialists, contact us here .

Treating Muscle Knots: Advice from San Francisco’s Leading Chiropractors

San Francisco, CA

In this day in age of over work, over stressed, poor posture humans it is an anomaly to find someone that doesn’t have muscle knots rather than finding someone that does. Luckily there are effective ways to treating them and most of these tried and true ways can be achieved at a SF Custom Chiropractic location.  

If you do have a painful muscle knot or any kind of stiffness, here are a few ways in which it can be treated.

1. Massage

Massage is not only an occasional luxury that you need to save for your vacations or spa but is also a therapy in itself. Massage therapy can help a lot in treating muscle knots. A good masseuse will know how to deal with areas of tension and muscle knots by applying the right amount of direct pressure on the grain of the muscle till the knot is located. Once the muscle is isolated, it is massaged outwards from the knot till it is broken down.

2. Active release technique

Treating muscle knots using the gold standard active release technique is another reliable way that chiropractors around the world help patients feel better. ART treatment is like a deep tissue massage with motion which works by breaking up adhesions in the soft tissues of the affected area. This technique is very popular amongst athletes for performance and sports injuries. Each ART session is specially customized depending on the severity and location of the muscle knot.

3. Heat

Heat increases the flow of blood in the affected area. It may also reduce the pain and muscle tension by helping you relax. Taking a hot shower for a few minutes, or using a hot pack to treat the muscle knot can help you in fetching quick relief. Place a towel between your skin and the hot pack in order to prevent your skin from burning. Heat therapy can be used three to five times a day till the knot disappears. It can definitely give you temporary relief in acute cases.

4. Stretching

Gentle stretches can help in reducing muscle tension and pain from pulled muscles or knots. Stretching keeps the muscles pliable. Including stretching in your daily routine can prevent muscle knots. Yoga or tai chi combines exercise with stretching. To treat muscle knots, one could practice this for an hour every day.

5. Heat and ice

Contrast therapy can also help you in fetching relief from muscle knots. A heating pad or cold compress can ease some of the pain that comes with muscle knots. It is important to use a cooling spray in coordination with stretching. Start with cold for 10 minutes then use heat for 10 minutes and finish with cold for 10 minutes. Never put ice or hot packs directly on the skin.

If you you like to try any of these treatments for your muscle knots, feel free to give us a call at 415-788-8700 or book an appointment here.

 

5 Yoga Poses for Upper Back and Neck Pain

Blog Contributor: Colleen Bolland

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Does this look familiar?!

If you’re like neck shoulder painmost Americans, you suffer from some form of back pain. And, if your job requires you to sit at a desk throughout the day, chances are that you’re feeling it all over. There is a lot of accessible information online for treating lower back pain, but what do you do about the burn in your neck and shoulders? Below are five simple yoga poses that you can do almost anywhere to help relieve upper back and neck pain.

cow face pose

  1. Cow Face Pose (Arms Only):

Reach your right arm up, palm facing forward, and reach your left hand down, palm facing backward. Bend both arms at the elbow, the right arm bent behind your head to find your left between your shoulder blades. If your hands cannot meet, grab onto your shirt for the stretch. Breathe deeply, lift your chest, and sit up tall (try not to tuck your chin). Stay in this position for 5-7 long breathes.

  1. Eagle Pose (Arms Only):eagle pose

Extend both arms straight out from the shoulders, parallel with the floor. Cross your right arm over your left, and bend both, hinging the elbows. From here, you can place your hands on your shoulders if you’re already feeling a stretch. You can also extend your hands toward the ceiling, and cross the left wrist over the right to place your hands together. Hold this position for 5-7 breathes.

  1. Cat Pose & Cow Pose:cat pose

Come to all fours. Stack your wrists under your shoulders and your knees below your hips. Using your breath to guide your movement, inhale, and draw your shoulder blades together. Lift your chest and chin, and relax your belly. Next, exhale, and tuck your chin. Round your shoulders to spread your shoulder blades, and round your upper back. Move through 8-10 rounds of breath (each pose 4-5 times).

  1. Supported Fish Pose:

If you don’t have a yoga block, you can use a towel or blanket, rolled up tightly. Let the top of the block or towel rest just under the base of the skull so your head drapes over the top. Use your forearms and hands to support supported fish poseyourself. Relax, and take 7-10 deep breaths in this posture while letting your head hang heavily.

 

This routine only takes five minutes of your day yet can make a difference worth a lifetime.

 

Common Injuries for Triathletes

 

Triathlete Injuries SWIM:

Rotator cuff strain or impingement: Pain on the front or outside of the arm. Common found with repetitive overhead activities (swimming). The group of four muscles mainly responsible for stabilization of the shoulder is collectively called the rotator cuff. Impingement = compression of the rotator cuff tendons between the bones of the shoulder.

BIKE/RUN:

Cervical Strain: Pain at base of skull or along sides of neck. Common with biking because of prolonged extension – May need to have bike fit assessed or posture on bike- use eyes more than neck to look ahead. Frequent stretching helps.

Lumbar Strain/pain: Pain around lower back. May be due to tightness, weak abs, or improper positioning on the bike. Seek medical attention if pain radiates down leg or if you have numbness/tingling.

Patellofemoral Syndrome: Pain in front of the knee or under the kneecap. Can feel pain running, biking, and descending stairs or with prolonged sitting or squatting. Can be caused by anatomic malalignment, poor bike fit or strength imbalances and tightness.

Patellar Tendinitis: Pain below the kneecap. Usually aggravated by jumping and mid to full squat. May feel pain with biking/running. Often associated with decreased quad strength and can co-exist with patellofemoral syndrome.

Hamstring tears or strains: Can occur with running or cycling. Usually caused by tight hamstrings due to overtraining or muscle imbalances. Pain can be sharp and persistent. Gentle stretching, massage, ice for acute injury.

RUN:

Achilles Tendinitis: May have pain, swelling and tenderness to touch at heel cord. Can be due to calf weakness or tightness, poor footwear, overtraining (running) will affect running and possibly cycling.

ITB Syndrome: ITB is a fibrous band that runs down the side of the leg from the hip to the knee. Usually pain is localized to the outside of the thigh, just above the knee and is sharp/stabbing. If the band becomes tight it rubs over bony areas and causes irritation and pain. Pain can be with running or bending the knee with cycling.

Plantar Fasciitis: Pain in heel and can be along the arch. Worst first thing in a.m. Common with pronated feet (low arches) and aggravated by walking/running. May need orthotics or motion control shoes.
Shin Splints: Pain, tenderness, and mild swelling next to the medial (inside) lower half of the tibia (shin bone). Common with overpronators, running on hard/slanted surfaces, or downhill, worn out or inappropriate footwear, tight calves.

All the doctors at SF Custom Chiropractic are sports chiropractors and can always help assist you with your healing process with injuries. Just give us a call to find out more 415.788.8700!

Meet Dr. Mike Grossman!

Dr. Mike Grossman

WHY CHIROPRACTIC?

Dr. Michael Grossman’s passion for chiropractic began when he suffered a neck injury at the age of 16, falling off his bike, leaving him in agonizing pain for weeks. He had difficulty with sleep and performing his daily activities, until he decided to try chiropractic care. After a few treatment visits he was able to achieve a restful nights sleep and could function in his everyday life without pain. This was the spark that lead to his chiropractic career. Dr. Grossman attended San Jose State University graduating with a degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Complimentary and Alternative Health. After graduating he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic West located in San Jose, CA. While attending chiropractic school he was involved with the sports council working events such as the Sea Otter Classic and Turkey Trot. He also participated in clinic aboard traveling to El Salvador and Fiji delivering chiropractic care to impoverished areas that had poor access to health care. He performed his internship at SF Custom Chiropractic facilitating patient care. Following his internship he was hired on as an associate doctor at SF Custom Chiropractic. Dr. Grossman is certified in Applied Kinesiology, Sacral Occipital Technique, full body Active Release Technique, Fascial Movement Taping, and Tecnica Gavilan. He resides in Cupertino, CA where he takes advantage of the beautiful Bay Area outdoors engaging in activities from camping, biking, hiking, and music festival events.

EDUCATION

Dr. Grossman attended San Jose State University and received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology with a minor in Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic West for graduate school in San Jose, CA.

A LIFELONG LEARNER

Dr. Grossman is certified in Full Body Active Release Technique, Sacral Occipital Technique, Applied Kinesiology, and Fascial Movement Taping.

INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY

Dr. Grossman has contributed to the community delivering chiropractic care to outreach facilities in San Jose. He also delivers talks on chiropractic care and the benefits at local boot camps, schools, and sporting events.

Meet Dr. Delghi!

Dr. Delghi UrubshurowWhy Chiropractic?

Dr. Delghi became interested in chiropractic from a young age after experiencing how chiropractic care helped her through a shoulder injury that positively affected her successful academic and collegiate swimming career thereafter. That’s when her passion to help others remain active and pain free first began.

Education
Dr. Delghi completed her undergraduate degree at Columbia University before she received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer West College of Chiropractic in San Jose. She chose to attend Palmer West because of its well-established reputation for training practitioners in both traditional and sports chiropractic. During her time at Palmer West, she did her internship with Dr. Jacobs at SF Custom Chiropractic.

A Lifelong Learner

Dr. Delghi is certified in the Webster Technique, which is a chiropractic technique used to restore balance to the pelvis of pregnant women throughout their pregnancy. She continues to further her education with a focus on the treatment of extremities and the TMJ.

Involved in the Community

Throughout her chiropractic training at Palmer West, Dr. Delghi participated in its community outreach programs that treated athletes all over the San Francisco Bay Area during various sports events. She was also part of the sports medicine team at St. Mary’s College in Moraga, where she provided chiropractic care to the student athletes. Additionally, she enjoys helping moms discover the many benefits associated with chiropractic care during and after pregnancy.

Ergonomics

Ergonomics It’s 2 o’clock on a Tuesday afternoon; you feel the bags under your eyes getting heavier, but you are determined to meet your deadlines. You look around the office and your fellow employee to your left has her hand around the back of her neck, rolling her head from left to right and back; the employee to your right has both hands above his head and leaning as far back as possible; the employee across from you is massaging her shoulder. Now you have the sudden urge to stand up and walk around to find relief, being aware of the body aches from sitting too long and staring at the same screen for so many hours.

This might not always be the case in your daily work routine, but we all know the feeling; whether in the workplace or at school, we’ve sat in chairs that hurt our back, looked at computer screens that were in positions that strained our neck, and used other work equipment and furniture that made it difficult to focus and get work done.

The workplace should be safe and healthful; however, work-related mucsculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) account for one of the leading causes of lost workday injury and illness. MSDs include pinched nerve, herniated discs, sprains/strains, pain, and carpal/tarsal tunnel syndrome. These conditions can create worker’s compensation claims, sick days off, lost productivity, and decreased performance. Ergonomics, or the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment, can be applied to reduce the risk of developing MSDs.

What is ergonomics?

Ergonomics is a real scientific discipline that involves research for design improvement of office equipment and systems and anything that will enhance the ways in which a person works in the workplace.

Ergonomics Process

  • Management Support and Worker Involvement: A critical aspect in the overall success in the ergonomic process is the communication between management and staff. Management should be committed to educating the workforce on issues pertaining to ergonomics and clearly address responsibilities that include reporting ergonomic problems.
  • Proper Training: Training the workforce, whether it be training them to properly use equipment or by simply educating them about ergonomics and its benefits, ensures that the workers become aware of potential ergonomic problems, making them more inclined to report ergonomic problems that can cause MSDs.
  • Identify Problems: Being able to identify and assess ergonomic problems is an important part of the ergonomic process as recognizing an ergonomic problem when it arises prevents MSDs.
  • Implement Solutions: Modifying existing equipment, making changes in work practices, and purchasing new equipment can serve as solutions to reduce, control, or eliminate workplace MSDs.

Evaluate Progress: Periodically assessing corrective actions and checking to see if those corrective actions are improving or limiting work efficiency ensures long-term ergonomic success.

What Can Our Chiropractors do to Help?

Our chiropractors can assist with the ergonomics process by coming in to your workplace and conduct ergonomic assessments. During an assessment, our chiropractor will inspect your work area and analyze you, your posture, and movements while working. From his inspection, he will write up a report that includes recommendations for corrective action as well as recommend ergonomic products that will enhance worker productivity and reduce MSDs.

SFCC can now come to your work place and give you an Ergonomic assessment! 

Sources:

www.osha.gove/SLTC/ergonomics/

www.apa.org/about/gr/issues/workforce/ergonomics.aspx

 

Neck Pain: Prevention and Treatment

Neck PainAt the base of your skull, begins the first section of the spine known as the cervical spine.  There are seven delicate bones providing stabilization for the neck, as well as support for the head.  Important functions of the spine include, rotation, flexion, and extension.  It  houses the spinal cord and many nerves.  Blood is present throughout the spinal cord and flows up into the brain from the heart.  Sometimes these muscles supporting the neck can be stressed from injuries or accidents.  Straining the muscles in our neck can cause frequent pain.  For example, whiplash is a common acute injury that can be treated.  These injuries may inhibit full range of motion in the neck and will continue to cause constant pain if not treated. Chiropractors specialize in treating these injuries without a surgical regimen; cervical manipulation is the process performed to patients suffering.  Chiropractors effectively work with their hands to adjust the neck in a swift motion to alleviate pain in the targeted areas.  After adjustments are made, patients most often feel immediate relief.  Only professionally certified chiropractic practitioners should perform cervical manipulation, because the spinal column is very fragile.

Some tips to prevent neck pain: 

Maintaining good posture whether you’re at the dinner table or in the office.

Exercising; Strengthening the abdominal core muscles such as the obliques, abdominal, and upper back muscles to help allow good posture. Here are some neck stretches to possibly help you. 

Meditation to relieve daily stress

People now more than before are reaching out to chiropractors to seek help for many health needs.  If this condition sounds like something YOU need fixed.  Make an appointment with one of our chiropractors at SF custom chiropractic today to start your path to relieving unwanted pain.

How Chiropractors Can Help With Crossfit Injuries

CrossFit InjuriesYour reasons for getting involved in training are many, and include your desire to strengthen your body, burning more calories, and enjoying enhanced aerobic fitness. However, it is important to begin any program with full understanding of the risks involved. Crossfit injuries are possible, and yet there are ways that you can prepare and protect yourself – even if an injury occurs. In this brief piece, we’ll discover how chiropractors can help with Crossfit injuries.

After all, any WOD (Workout Of the Day) is going to target your muscles, cardiovascular system, flexibility, power, balance, and more. In doing so, it is going to require that you have joint stability and mobility, and that your core areas can sustain the demands you place on them. Think about your Crossfit workouts for a moment – you use your hips, abs, arms, and shoulders in addition to the legs and lower body. Total body workouts are part of the game, and yet you benefit most when you do them with precision, as well as power and intensity.

Good Form and How Chiropractors Can Help With Crossfit Injuries 

Often, you hear the words “good form” because form is essential to protecting all of these areas of the body as you perform intense workouts that put them to use. Good form is holding the right postures, aligning the body in ways that protect the joints and muscles, and enabling yourself to increase strength without injury.

This is one of the best reasons to visit a chiropractor before and during your years of Crossfit workouts, and particularly if you have sustained any sort of injury. A good chiropractor understands the biomechanics behind Crossfit and will enable an athlete to recover from any injury, and help them to avoid one again in the future.

After all, among the more common Crossfit injuries are lower back injuries. As one expert writes, “An injury to the lower back should come as no surprise to most CrossFit athletes. When you are lifting such heavy weights, all it takes is one lift with bad form…” This can harm the vertebrae, the abs, and the shoulders too, and a chiropractor is an ideal person to rely on to help you overcome such injuries.

This is because chiropractors specialize in the spine and how it relates to movement. Their job is to keep your spine in top condition, enabling you to perform the repetitive and intense movements required for Crossfit success. Don’t play through the pain when doing Crossfit, and particularly if you have Crossfit injuries. To discover how chiropractors can help with Crossfit injuries get in touch with them and ask how they can help you enhance your form, grow stronger, and overcome challenges. Don’t wait to learn how chiropractors can help with Crossfit injuries until you have actually been injured!

The chiropractors here at SFCC are sports chiropractors that are certified to help you in a variety of ways including all your possible sport injuries, new or old.

Source:

InjuryClinicDallas.com. Top 5 Crossfit Injuries.

http://injuryclinicdallas.com/chiropractic/top-5-crossfit-injuries-chiropractors-dallas-

Know About the Top CrossFit Injuries

Top Crossfit InjuriesThey say that knowledge is power, and when you are someone who practices Crossfit, your best protection is to know the most common types of injuries that you can sustain.

There are actually several commonly treated top Crossfit injuries, and they are:

  • Lower back injuries – This one is probably no surprise to regular Crossfit athletes, as it takes only one bad movement or a second of poor form for the heavy weights to cause a lower back problem. Naturally, the key to overcoming these top CrossFit injuries is to work on obtaining the best form, strengthening the core, and working with a good chiropractor if you have concerns about your spinal strength, alignment, or even with the biomechanics of your movements.
  • Knees – Again, probably not a big shock to those experienced with Crossfit simply because you call on your knees to perform many functions. The heavy weights and the need for good form can work against the knees, and it is imperative that any knee injuries are dealt with properly and fully. They are among the largest joints in our bodies, and so you cannot “work around” them. Full of different tendons, muscles, bones, cartilage, veins and more, knees can perform tremendous feats of strength, but only if taken care of properly.
  • Shoulders – Almost anyone can damage the many components inside the shoulder, and it is most often the rotator cuff where Crossfit athletes sustain an injury. This can lead to what is described as entrapment syndrome that gives you the feeling of a “catch” in the shoulder when you try to raise a weight over your head. Never try to work through a shoulder problem; you cannot overcome it. You can heal and build strength, or you can over-use this important joint and end up needing surgery.
  • Wrists – From “burpees” to lifting, Crossfit athletes put constant and changing demands on their wrists. They must be flexible and mobile to remain in good condition and yet when you push these joints too hard they are easily injured. Wrist care is a huge part of Crossfit training, so be sure you don’t overlook this part of your body as these are some of the top CrossFit injuries.
  • Elbows – Imagine being in position for a front squat. The bar is ready and you are in the front rack position. You go to life and all you feel is pain in the elbow burning up to the shoulder. You cannot do the movement and you wonder what has gone wrong. This is a common occurrence when the bar is in the wrong position and the elbow pays the price. Recovery is possible with rest and therapy, and any elbow damages cannot be ignored.

A good physiotherapist and chiropractor are your best resources when facing top CrossFit injuries. Don’t play through with Crossfit injuries as they will not heal properly and cause you to struggle with all of your exercises in the future.

Don’t let these injuries scare you from trying or continuing Crossfit. Check out Crossfit at Alinea!

Source

InjuryClinicDallas.com. Top 5 Crossfit Injuries.

http://injuryclinicdallas.com/chiropractic/top-5-crossfit-injuries-chiropractors-dallas-richardson/