San Diego Padres players, Tony Gwynn, Trevor Hoffman and Woody Williams were featured in Chiropractic Products magazine. Two hours before a game several players receive chiropractic adjustments. U.S. Olympic speed skater Derek Parra, holder of three American records is a chiropractic patient. The ACA officially sponsors Parra who says, “I’ve always believed in chiropractic care. I’ve used a lot of other treatments for injuries and pain, but the problem doesn’t get fixed until I go to a chiropractor. I tell other athletes about chiropractic care, too.”
Three-time Tour de France winner, Lance Armstrong is a chiropractic patient. According to USA Today, after a Tour stage, he’ll get fluids and amino acids, take a shower, get a massage and get a chiropractic adjustment.
Singer Janet Jackson is a chiropractic patient. An article in the Chicago Tribune reports that Janet Jackson credits chiropractic for helping her to handle pressure.
Chiropractic is widely used by NFL players. According to JMPT, 77% of NFL trainers have referred a player to a chiropractor. Thirty-one percent of NFL teams have a chiropractor on staff. An additional 12% of teams refer to chiropractors but do not have one on staff.
To quote Arnold Schwarzenegger, who praises the chiropractic profession, “Chiropractic is about health and fitness. Chiropractic is about natural, preventive health care. I have experienced this for the last 30 years myself on my own body, that whenever I have a problem or even if I don’t have a problem and I go to a chiropractor, my problems are gone for a long time.”
If chiropractic is good enough for these elite stars and athletes, shouldn’t you give it a try?