Sports Medicine

Sport Medicine Therapy


At Menner Chiropractic, Dr. Dave and Dr. Alan are both board certified as Chiropractic Sports Physicians (CCSP®specializing in treatment of sports injuries. They strive to help people improve their athletic performance, recover from injury and prevent future injuries. They focus on both treatment and prevention of illness, as well as injuries to help people of all ages maximize function, minimize disability and time away from sports, work, or school. 

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Cupping Therapy

What is cupping therapy?

Cupping Therapy is a specific set of movements that Dr. Menner and Dr. Broering use in different combinations to quickly facilitate elimination of debris and release of rigid soft tissues. This therapy, like massage, creates space and separation in the tissues that allows the doctor to work more effectively and comfortably on his patients. Almost every area of the body responds to this unique treatment.

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How does the Bodyblade® Work?

The key to Bodyblade® is the rapid contraction technology which automatically contracts your muscles up to 270 times a minute. With over 600 muscles in your body, Bodyblade® automatically contracts the right muscles at the right time, every moment you’re exercising for a fast, effective and intelligent workout. The harder you drive the blade back and forth, the greater the flex, and the more resistance you receive resulting in a strong, reactive and stable body.

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Athletic Tape

 How does athletic tape work?

Athletic tape is a revolutionary sports medicine solution for treating and preventing common sports injuries such as ITBS, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, knee pain and more. Ultra-light, elastic, and strong, athletic tape is highly effective at providing pain relief, stability & support, & faster recovery for injured or sore muscles and joints-without sacrificing comfort or freedom of movement.

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A VooDoo Floss Band

How can a VOODOO Floss Band help?

The Voodoo Floss Band is an essential performance tool and should be a staple in the gym bag of every athlete looking to improve range, restore joint mechanics, or unglue matted down or previously injured tissue. Compression tack and flossing (Voodoo Flossing) works on many levels; including re-perfusing tissues that have become stiff or gone cold after injury, and by compressing swelling out of tissues and joints. Because the Voodoo band can be used while performing the movement the athlete is trying to change, its effect on sliding surface and restoration and tissue mobilization is unmatched.

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American Chiropractic Association
Illinois Chiropractic Society
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