Sport Specific Conditions

Tennis is a demanding sport that involves repetitive motions, quick lateral movements, and high-impact jumps. These actions put a significant amount of stress on the body, making tennis players vulnerable to various injuries. Tennis players can experience injuries in their shoulders, elbows, wrists, lower back, hips, knees, and ankles. Some common injuries specific to tennis players include tennis elbow, shoulder impingement, rotator cuff injuries, lower back pain, knee injuries, and ankle sprains.

It is essential for tennis players to seek treatment from a rehab specialist who understands the demands of the sport and can tailor treatment plans to the specific needs of the athlete. At Apollo Performance Chiropractic, we have spent our careers rehabbing and coaching rotational and overhead athletes, including tennis players. Our experience has translated into a passion for treating these specific athletes and helping them get back to playing their best.

As an avid recreational tennis player himself, Dr. Poniros has firsthand experience with several of the conditions that tennis players present with. He understands the mechanics of the sport and the importance of addressing these injuries promptly to prevent further damage and reduce downtime from playing. With our comprehensive approach to care, we utilize chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and targeted strength and mobility  training to help tennis players recover from injuries and optimize their performance.

Tennis-specific injuries can be debilitating and affect a player's performance. Seeking treatment from a rehab specialist who understands the unique demands of tennis is crucial for successful recovery. At Apollo Performance Chiropractic, we have the knowledge and experience to help tennis players overcome their injuries and achieve their best results on the court.

Treatments We Utilize on This Condition: