Professional athletes in every sport rely on chiropractic care to stay in peak physical condition so their athletic performance remains at the highest level. Aaron Rodgers, Vernon Davis, Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth all view chiropractic as an essential part of their overall health and wellness routines. Most NFL teams employ on-staff chiropractors. So do 72% of PGA golfers and the majority of NBA, MLB and NHL teams, even Cirque de Soleil! For decades, world-class athletes have used chiropractic on a regular basis to prevent injuries and to improve their performance.
Many of our weightlifters/powerlifters experience immediate strength gains because they are maximizing their biomechanics. Runners who are properly adjusted will have a truer stride (their feet do not track outward instead of forward). This increases the distance covered per stride and decreases their times over a race. When applied to a 10K race, or even a 100-mile race, this can add up to minutes and/ or hours off of a finishing times.
Whether you are a sand volleyball player, a marathon runner, a golfer or a gym nut, your training creates impact on your body, which in turn affects biomechanics. Regular chiropractic care complements your training by relieving strain, returning flexibility, maintaining joint stability and thus prevents many common athletic injuries.
Schedule an appointment with Dr. Zuber today to stay at peak physical performance.
“I didn’t know how much I could improve until I started seeing a chiropractor. Since I’ve been in chiropractic, I’ve improved by leaps and bounds both mentally and physically.”
- Michael Jordan
“I found it was better to go to a chiropractor before you get injured. We are a perfect team, the world of fitness and the world of chiropractors."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger
“Performing at my best is important to me and should be to everyone. Getting adjusted regularly along with practicing other good health habits that my mom helped me to establish – are all part of my goal to win in life and on the field.”
- Aaron Rodgers