Sidney Crosby‘s recovery is back in the hands of Canadian-born chiropractor Ted Carrick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Monday their captain will meet with Carrick this week. Crosby was treated by the founder of chiropractic neurology in August and credited him with helping accelerate his return from a concussion earlier this season.
Read the full article on NHL.com
Chiropractic care is quite prevalent with today’s elite athletes. Here at Raleigh Chiropractic and Wellness we treat athletes young and old, amateur and professional. Those treatments range from general wellness/preventative maintenance to corrective care for severe back and neck pain and mis-alignment. Dr. Hoehle also employs state of the art extremity adjustment techniques to keep athletes on the field and performing their best.
Click for a link to the Palmer Chiropratic article regarding Aaron Rodgers and Chiropractic Care
“Rodgers thinks he might have slept on his neck wrong, but after he received a pre-game chiropractic adjustment, there was no stopping him.”
“The following highlights from the Packers’ win over the Redskins, one of the NBC studio announcers noted that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was less than 100-percent heading into the game. The announcer’s comment was followed by a post-game clip of Aaron Rodgers speaking to the media, in which he thanked his chiropractor, Palmer Davenport alumnus, Michael Zoelle, D.C., for adjusting him.
Check out the Aaron Rodgers clip on YouTube and an article referencing it on GreenBayPressGazette.com.
Chiropractic care at Raleigh Chiropractic and Wellness is immensely helpul in correcting your posture. This will help to relieve and prevent many health issues as one grows older. Below you will find quotes and a link to a CNN.com back pain article.
“(CNN) — Slouching may be fashionable for some red carpet regulars, but it’s one of several reasons why about 80% of us will have spinal problems in our lifetime.
And yet, most of us can cure or even avoid back pain and surgery by taking a few daily preventive steps. Spinal problems can start as early as age 29, so it’s never too early or too late to start.
People tend to forget the spine is part of the central nervous system, along with the brain, and relies on the peripheral nervous system: the millions of nerves that send messages to the brain that control the body’s functions. An unhealthy spine interferes with this entire system, causing a host of unwelcome health issues such as pain, numbness, and weakness in the arms and legs, impaired breathing and digestion and impaired control of the bowel and bladder.”
Click here for a few tips to help you take better care of your spine and back