Wimbledon's here - and as is often the case, many people get bitten by the tennis bug!
Playing one of the most popular sports around is a brilliant way to get physically fit. Whether you take up tennis for your health, competitively or just for fun, it's undeniable that tennis is good for both the body and mind.
But as with all other sports, you need to pay a little attention to how you play to avoid picking up an injury. Compared to other sports, the risk of injury from playing tennis is actually relatively low, but can't necessarily be avoided altogether. The most common tennis injuries mostly occur to the knee, ankle and wrist.
There are a number of factors that come into play with tennis:
Tennis injuries generally respond very well to chiropractic adjustments. Chiropractic adjustments aim to increase flexibility, encourage efficient joint motion, improve alignment and reduce muscle tightness.
Why don't you give Chislehurst Chiropractic Clinic a call and come in for a free assessment to see if Chiropractic is right for you.
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