Sport Specific Conditions

Lacrosse is a high-intensity, fast-paced sport that requires a combination of strength, endurance, and skill. However, like any other contact sport, it carries a high risk of injuries. Lacrosse-specific injuries can occur due to a variety of factors, including collisions, falls, and contact with equipment such as sticks and balls. Some common injuries seen in lacrosse include ankle and knee sprains, various muscle strains (hamstring, oblique, groin, etc.), fractures, dislocations, concussions, and overuse injuries like tendinitis.

The pathophysiology of these injuries can vary depending on the specific injury. But regardless of how or when the injury happens, lacrosse players all have the same goal; to get back on the field quickly and safely. Traditional rehab has a tendency for being slow, simple and drawn out. But at APC, we prioritize full hour long, 1-on-1 appointments with our patients, ensuring that you not only get the best care, but that you’re pushed to the limit that an athlete needs to be pushed to adapt and heal. 

It is essential to address these injuries with a rehab specialist who understands the rigors and mechanics of lacrosse. At Apollo Performance Chiropractic, we have spent our careers rehabbing and coaching rotational athletes, including lacrosse players. We understand the unique challenges that lacrosse players face and the types of injuries they are most likely to sustain. Our passion for the sport has translated into a commitment to helping lacrosse players recover from their injuries and get back on the field as soon as possible.

Treatments We Utilize on This Condition: