Legacy Clinic of Chiropractic

NFL and Chiropractic

Legacy

NFL and Chiropractic

Did you know that all 32 teams in the National Football League provide all their player’s chiropractic healthcare as part of their medical team for managing and preventing injuries?

If all 32 NFL teams and owners trust their athletes in the hands of chiropractors and elite athletes trust chiropractors with their entire career, how powerful must chiropractic care be?

Tom Brady: “Chiropractic just makes you feel so much better. When I walk out of the clinic, I feel like I’m about three inches taller and everything’s in place. And as long as I see the chiropractor, I feel like I’m one step ahead of the game.”

Reggie Bush: ”I look at chiropractic care as important to keeping me healthy and at the top of my game.”

Jerry Rice: “I believe in chiropractic, and I know it works. You probably know about my long and successful career in football. I’m flattered by the testimonials to my durability. Football is a very rough and vigorous sport. Chiropractic was the key to keeping me in the game.”

Terrell Owens: “Those are the guys that put me on the field when I didn’t think I had a chance to be on the field. These are professionals, and God put them in my life for a reason.”

Chiropractic care can help you play longer and harder and stay in the game. The power of chiropractic has been proven through decades of athletic performance. Chiropractic care works with the body’s natural ability to heal resulting in feeling better but more importantly performing at your best.

If you take a look at the benefits professional football players receive from chiropractic care, then you’ll find these same benefits can have a positive impact on non-football players too (you know, the regular folk like us). Some of the benefits include:

Increase Mobility

  • In sports medicine, chiropractic adjustments help to minimize pain from movement and increase flexibility. This is obviously important for professional athletes, but it should be important to everyone else, too. Increased mobility through flexibility can help keep you from getting injured from something silly, such as walking down the stairs or picking up your teacup poodle.

Ease General Pain

  • In football, hulking beasts of men smash into each other – on purpose. This can lead to a lot of soreness, aches, and pains. Even though you may not spend a great deal of time crashing into other people on purpose, regular exercise can cause the same problem. Chiropractic care can help to keep your body working as it should in order to perform better and ease aches and pains along the way!

Prevent Injuries

  • Studies have found a direct link between regular chiropractic care in athletes and fewer sports-related injuries. The above-mentioned increase in flexibility and mobility plays a big role in injury prevention for athletes as well as weekend warriors. This is because it helps to keep the body strong, and a strong body is a body that is more injury resistant.

Better Endurance and Strength

  • It’s easy to see why professional athletes benefit from better strength and endurance, but it’s good for normal people too. I mean, you never know when the zombie apocalypse might happen and in that case, you’ll need all the endurance you can get. Zombies aside, increased endurance and strength are really helpful in increasing your ever-important mobility. As you age, mobility will help to keep you strong and less prone to accidents and injuries that can have a huge impact on your health.

At Legacy Clinic of Chiropractic, our team https://legacyclinicofchiropractic.com/our-team goes beyond conventional medicine by offering services and techniques which can relieve symptoms while at the same time addressing and resolving the underlying causes of your particular dysfunction.

If you have been experiencing low back pain and/or other related spinal symptoms such as neck pain, headaches, migraines, mid back pain, rib pain, carpal tunnel, sciatica, disc herniations or protrusions, neuropathy, pain/numbness/burning/weakness in your arms, hands, legs or feet.

Call our Office Today (352) 259-0024

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *