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May 3, 2019

Are you sick and tired of getting injured when training for a major event – be it an Ironman, triathlon or half of full marathon? It’s so frustrating! And, it can easily set your training back. All of that hard work, only to be derailed by an injury! How can you avoid training injuries and if you do get injured, what can you do to help alleviate the pain?

In this episode of Hilary Topper On Air, Hilary interviews Dr. Jon DeGorter of Jonas Chiropractic Sports Injury Care.

Dr. DeGorter's Background

Dr. DeGorter has treated many professional and amateur athletes of almost every sport. His interest in sports rehabilitation and recovery has prepared him to work with all types of athletes such as triathletes, marathoners, swimmers, cyclists, ice skaters, hockey players, body builders and weekend warriors. A Long Island native, Dr. DeGorter graduated from Life University with honors in 2012. He grew up playing almost every sport.

And, he knows many of the mechanics that go into each sport which gives him the knowledge to treat a wide range of injuries. He believes the spine can be the root of many problems, but also that extremity and other nerve entrapments can hinder an athlete’s performance. These must be worked on to reach optimal performance. Dr. DeGorter is certified in Active Release Technique (ART) and Graston Technique.

About the Interview

During this interview, Dr. DeGorter discusses how to avoid training injuries. He also talks about treatments that can help get you back to your sport more quickly. Learn more about repetitive injuries, training injuries, plantar fasciitis and carpal tunnel versus acute injuries. Discover how active release techniques, Graston techniques, and more can help you get back in the game!

About Jonas Chiropractic Sports Injury Care

Jonas Chiropractic Sports Injury Care prides itself in understanding the human body and its movement. They combine chiropractic manipulations, soft tissue techniques such as trigger point work, cross-friction massage, ART, therapeutic modalities, as well as functional and strength training to help you reach your goal.

These can be manipulation, stretching, strengthening, cardiovascular exercise, or any other modalities needed to thoroughly cover all the bases. Their multidisciplinary approach leaves no stone unturned. And their approach is as unique as you are. To contact Dr. DeGorter or Jonas Chiropractic Sports Injury Care visit: