Dr. Scott Yorker has worked to treat numerous sports injuries for athletes at all levels of competition– from amateur sports players to professional athletes. Dr. Yorker excels in helping patients recover from a variety of sports related injuries including:
– Knee Injuries
– Lower, Mid, and Upper Back Injuries
– Foot and Ankle Sprains and Injuries
– Whiplash Injuries
– Shoulder and Arm Injuries
– & More
SPORTS AND EXTREMITY ADJUSTING
Extremity Adjusting involves adjusting joints besides the joints in the spine, such as the jaw, ribs, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, fingers, hip, knee, ankle, foot, and toes. The use of extremity adjusting in conjunction with the adjustment of the spine is a powerful tool when working with athletes. Typically, when the joints of the arms and legs are out of alignment some muscle imbalances will occur. When these joints are adjusted these weak muscles becomes strong and the athlete has a marked improvement in performance. In addition, the athlete is less likely to be plagued with injuries caused by imbalanced movements.
KINESIO TAPING METHOD
Kinesio Taping Method enhance the body's natural healing process and provide support to the muscles without restricting range of motion.
These taping methods work on two levels:
- Provides support to muscle structure
- Rehabilitates the affected area
By lifting the skin on a microscopic level, Kinesio Tape effectively relieves pain through facilitating lymphatic drainage in the affected muscles. This lifting power also serves to decrease any inflammation that may be occurring. Many factors are taken into account upon application, such as position, strip shape, and the amount of stretch with which the tape is placed. Dr. Yorker has years of experience in the application of Kinesio Tape, assuring an accurate and effective placement and treatment.
We understand that for an injured athlete, getting back to workouts and competition quickly is the #1 goal. Dr. Yorker works one on one with every patient to set reasonable timelines in order to help each athlete reach his / her recovery goals!