Phone: (512) 258-4425

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SPINAL REHAB & SPORTS MEDICINE

Chiropractic Medicine & Sports Injury Rehabilitation Clinic in Austin, TX

Dr. Bob Meyer is an accredited chiropractor at the Spinal Rehab and Sports Medicine clinic and is dedicated to providing the residents of Austin, TX the most advanced chiropractic care & sports rehabilitation services available. Dr. Bob has worked with the University of Texas Athletics Program since 1999, where he has helped world class collegiate and professional athletes quickly recover from common sports injuries as well as chronic and/or acute muscle pain. Dr. Bob has advanced knowledge of chiropractic medicine and sports injury rehabilitation. At the Spinal Rehab & Sports Medicine clinic we will diagnose the cause of your pain and then create a customized treatment plan for your unique condition to ensure the fastest recovery time possible so you can get back to doing what you love.

Chiropractic Services

At our chiropractic clinic you will receive many different treatments in one session. If you are suffering from back pain, neck pain, bulging disc, whiplash, or any type of spinal injury then we can help. We offer spinal decompression and spinal adjustment as well as functional movement screening, active isolated stretching, pulse activation therapy and corrective exercises. We also treat patients with more advanced conditions like sciatica nerve pain, fibromyalgia, migraines and more. If you are suffering from chronic and/or acute pain or have questions about your symptoms then call our chiropractic clinic today. (512) 258-4425

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Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Spinal Rehab & Sports Medicine is an advanced sports rehabilitation clinic in Austin, TX. Dr. Bob Meyer brings his expertise and experience creating custom treatment plans for top athletes at the University of Texas to the residents of Austin, TX. Dr. Meyer will diagnose your condition and implement a customized treatment plan that will ensure that you receive the fastest recovery possible and get back to what you like doing. We have successfully diagnosed and treated many common sports conditions including: plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinitis, tennis elbow, runner’s knee, golfers elbow, tendon pain, hamstring strain, shoulder injuries, shin splints, heel pain, chronic muscle pain and more. Spinal Rehab & Sports Medicine now offers Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Treatment (EPAT) for the fastest recovery time possible from sports injuries. If you have a question about your condition and how we can help give our sports rehabilitation clinic a call today. (512) 258-4425

EPAT | Shockwave Therapy – Faster Recovery from Sports Injuries

Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Treatment (EPAT) is a non-invasive procedure that uses pressure waves to kindle and accelerate the healing of damaged tissue. Shockwave Therapy is similar in that it is non-invasive, but instead uses a high-intensity sound wave that reduces inflammation, stimulates collagen, and dissolves calcium build-up. Both can treat muscle and tendon pain and are very effective with most common sports injuries. Achilles tendonitis and other Achilles injuries can be healed much more quickly when EPAT or Shockwave Therapy is used. Bursitis is a condition where the fluid-filled sacs that cushion your joints become inflamed, can be relieved with Shockwave Therapy to reduce inflammation and help minimize future outbreaks. Golfer’s elbow differs from tennis elbow in that the pain is on the inside of your arm and is closely tied to finger and wrist stress. These therapies are effective in pain reduction and accelerated healing. Heel spurs are calcium deposits on the underside of the heel, can build up over long periods of time and cause discomfort in the heel. Shockwave Therapy helps to dissolve these calcium deposits and relieve the pain they cause. Plantar fasciitis is caused when the band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot is under excessive stress, which will result in small tears that will lead to irritation and inflammation. These therapies can be effective in reducing inflammation and promoting tissue regeneration.