Professional sports figures are consistently reaching new heights in their professional careers. With each passing year, new records are shattered and the human body is pushed to its limits. Everyday athletes follow suit by pushing themselves harder, choosing rigorous training patterns, and taking their diets to a new level. Despite the meticulous care and training that athletes take, they experience musculoskeletal injuries. Here at
, we specialize in treating these injuries.
Chiropractors are to athletes, just as Cardiologists are to those who suffer with cardiovascular disease. Chiropractors have specific training in evaluating and treating the injuries and ailments of athletes. In addition to treating athletic injuries, the chiropractor is skilled in aiding the athlete in injury prevention.
It has been said that chiropractic care most closely relates to the needs of the athlete because special attention is given to the spine, joints, muscles, tendons, and nerves. Chiropractic ensures that all pieces of the musculoskeletal system are working in harmony and in their healthiest, most natural state.
Professional athletes see such a great value in chiropractic treatment that they regularly have chiropractic well visits to prevent injuries. If you are an athlete or weekend warrior, chiropractic care will enable you to reach peak performance, without breaking yourself.
Success Speaks For Itself
From his son's first "stingers" to various neck, back and other injuries resulting from playing football, Dr. Ed Rodgers, father of championship Green Bay Packers' winning quarterback Aaron Rodgers, was always there to make an adjustment. It was the care he received following a college football injury that led the Super Bowl MVP's father to pursue a chiropractic career.
"The structure of the human body, especially the spine, and its relationship to function can be impacted by the physical nature of accidents, falls, poor posture and injuries." says Rodgers. "That's why chiropractic care is so valuable for many acute and chronic health problems."