Dr. Michael McCoy
(Sports Rehab Chiropractic Specialist)
Our patients have access to an
elite sports chiropractic specialist
for their every day injuries..
About Dr. McCoy
Dr. McCoy specializes in sports injuries and treatment through soft tissue techniques and rehab
exercises so you can return to activity as soon as possible. This DOES NOT mean you have to be an
athlete to receive this type of treatment or to see Dr. McCoy. People can suffer the same injury,
whether they are an athlete, a parent playing ball with their child, or a weekend warrior,
regardless of what you were doing to cause that injury,
Dr. McCoy can help you not just with your injury
but help you obtain your personal goals and getting you back to the activities you enjoy.
We feel privileged and grateful that he is part of our team of expert chiropractors.
Because of Dr. McCoy, our patients can have access to an elite sport's specialist for their every day injuries.
to schedule with us today!
IF YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM A SPORTS INJURY,
Dr. McCoy Is The Sports Rehab Chiropractor You Are Looking For!
If you are suffering from one of the following conditions or pains you may benefit from the soft tissue techniques and rehab exercises prescribed by our expert, Dr. McCoy:
- Pain with running
- Golfers or tennis elbow
- Rotator cuff injury
- Tendinitis in upper or lower extremity
- Hip/knee pain when running/squatting
- Pain when lifting weights over head
- Trouble with form when performing Olympic lifts
- Squat assessments for compensation
- History of multiple ankle sprains
- Stability weakness when dead-lifting or shoulder presses
- Diaphragm assessment for breathing dysfunctions in core
Dry needling is a trigger point therapy using acupuncture needles inserted into tight muscles and triggers
point then attached to electrical stimulation to clear the tension and bring new blood supply to the area to increasing
healing the tissue. CLICK HERE to learn more about dry needling.
Active release technique (ART) involves pinning and stretching tight muscles through
movement patterns to decrease muscle tension.
Cupping therapy is a treatment that uses suction cups to lift the skin to allow metabolic waste to clear from the muscle. To learn more about cupping, CLICK HERE.
Functional Movement Assessment:
Function movement assessment uses a series of movement patterns to find compensations that may be causing your pain or hindering your
performance in a certain activity. It helps us determine how to better correct your aberrant movements, so when you move through out the day, you will not impair your healing progress. You have to move well to heal well.
Movement Specific Rehabilitation Exercises:
Movement specific rehabilitation exercises are specific stability, mobility, and or strengthening exercises designed for whatever movement or activity goals you may have. When you get examined by Dr. McCoy, you will receive an e-mail within three days with a list of exercises that will facilitate your recovery. To watch a video on what your Report of Findings will entail, CLICK HERE.
to schedule with us today!
Tips for getting back in shape:
Does running cause you pain? Want to be able to run again?
Information for Golfers
If you are a golfer, you know you drive for show and putt for dough. But it still feels amazing to hit the sweet spot and drive further than you ever have before. To better your golf game, improving the flexibility of your spine will help. To better your putt, then you need to better your balance. Your feet are the foundation on which you stand. If you have a foot that collapses more than the other, then your body's "foundation" is un-leveled, un-leveling your entire body. How can you be expected to putt straight if your body is not standing straight? Par Flex orthotics can help! Call to today for a free foot scan to see how your feet are affecting your golf game!
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Chiropractic is helps all athletes!
Professional athletes are constantly reaching new heights in their professional careers. With each passing year, new records are shattered and the human body is pushed to its limits. Competitors train rigorously and take their diets to a new level every day. Yet despite the conscientious care and precautions that athletes follow, most experience musculoskeletal injuries at one time or another.
Chiropractors and Sports Injuries
A chiropractor is to athletes as a cardiologist is to those who suffer from cardiovascular disease. Athletes who receive treatment from a medical doctor find themselves frequently benched and on the sidelines. Others play and then spend hours after the game icing their injuries and taking pain medication. This is because medical doctors do not treat the body as an integrated system, but rather treat each injury individually. Meanwhile, chiropractic treatment offers a balanced, holistic approach, by using spinal adjustments and physical therapy techniques to help the patient’s muscles, tendons, and ligaments return to their normal function.
Chiropractic care meticulously tends to the needs of the athlete because special attention is given to the spine, joints, muscles, tendons, and nerves. Additionally, chiropractic care ensures that all pieces of the musculoskeletal system are working harmoniously in their healthiest, most natural state.
Professional athletes recognize tremendous value in a good chiropractor because they realize that it helps them maximize athletic performance. Whether you’re an athlete or weekend warrior, receiving chiropractic care will enable you to reach an optimum level of achievement without breaking yourself.
This includes the young athlete. Our sports chiropractor, Dr. McCoy, can examine the young athlete and address imbalances now, to minimize risk of injury later. We are part of the CPOYA program (Concerned Parents of Young Athletes). To learn more, check out: cpoya.com
We have early morning, evening and weekend hours!