With our current understanding of space-time and SR (presumably, the understanding shared in the Star Trek universe), superluminal travel can lead to incidental time travel into the past. See this and this SE question for information, as well as this PBS video briefly explaining how FTL can be used as an instrument to set up causality-breaking trajectories.
In my experience with Star Trek, time travel is often limited to spatial anomalies and future Starfleet and whatnot, but with easy access FTL, time travel into the past should be a regular phenomenon. (Perhaps it is?)
Is this ever explained in the Star Trek universe? (TV shows, comics, books, etc.)
Just to be clear, I'm not hunting for physics inconsistencies in Star Trek (there are plenty to go around), I'm looking to see if this property of superluminal travel is ever mentioned, addressed, or even utilized (or explained away).