Sports Chiropractic

Sports Chiropractor Qualifications

Dele Bamisaye and Danny Adams are your sports chiropractors here at the clinic. 

They have both worked with various sports teams and individuals during their training and postgraduate qualifications. 

 

Chiropractors today are usually part of a multi-disciplinary medical support team. 

 

Danny and Dele are both ICCSP qualified Chiropractors.

 

What is an ICCSP qualified Chiropractor?
The Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (ICCSP) program produces a well-rounded Chiropractor who is qualified to work at major sporting events throughout the world. Events such as the Olympic and World games. It is the best Sports Chiropractic qualification achievable.

 

To see more about sports Chiropractic qualifications:  https://fics.sport/ 

Bristol Sports Chiropractic international body logo

How can Sports Chiropractic help me?

There is nothing more frustrating than not being able to play your sport.

Here at Bristol Chiropractic Sports and Family Clinic, our chiropractors and massage therapists play a range of sports and can understand the need to be back competing A.S.A.P!

What separates Sports Chiropractic treatment from other therapies is a Chiropractors ability to get joints and muscles moving again quickly.

Sports Chiropractors are movement experts, for this reason Chiropractic sports treatment is known for helping athletes overcome a variety of complicated injuries much faster than normal. This is why Sports Chiropractors are now utilised in every professional sport around the world.

 

Treating a sports injury sooner rather than later may help speed up recovery. We also have patients comment regularly on their performance increases, usually through improved balance, movement and coordination.

 

Here are a few of the various sporting injuries we see in clinic; 

  • Joint Pains, muscle cramps, and spasms. 

  • Back and neck pain

  • Elbow injuries/tennis elbow

  • Rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder, shoulder impingements

  • Ankle sprains/strains 

  • Plantar fasciitis

 

During the initial consultation, your Chiropractor will take a full medical history, examine your ability to move and discuss your lifestyle. Depending on the injury, they may want to refer you for an x-ray if they feel this will help with your diagnosis and treatment plan. 

 

What therapy is commonly used? 

The treatment can include ultrasound, massage, manipulation, mobilisation, soft tissue massage, cross friction, and athletic stretching. The treatment used depends on how long it has been there, as well as injury severity and site of injury.

Most importantly, our Chiropractors will build progressive resistance exercises, core exercises, and rehabilitation into your programme to strengthen the area ready for your up and coming match.

 

Advice is crucial in the rehabilitation process and will be progressively given. Advice such as pain relief, when to use ice and/or heat, orthotics, braces, and supports. Each injury is different and requires a different rehab approach.

Dele Bamisaye

Danny Adams

Chiropractors are known as the non-surgical spine experts. However, they can help with much more than just the spine!

Our Sports Chiropractors

Bristol Chiropractic Sports and Family Clinic white logo

Proud members of

  • Bristol Chiropractic Clinic white Facebook logo
  • bristol chiropractic white instagram logo
General Chiropractic Clinic white logo

Opening Hours

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday

Saturday 

9am - 7pm 

8am - 7pm

8am - 6pm

8am - 7pm

9am - 5pm

9am - 12 noon