There is a growing use and acceptance of Chiropractors by sportsmen and women.  Chiropractic offers a balanced approach to the treatment and healing of sports injuries for many premiership footballers and athletes, many of whom would now not be without their Chiropractor.

Chiropractic care helps to achieve maximum health and peak performance.  This is what some of the professionals are saying:

Tim Brabants, Olympic Gold Medalist, K1 1000m, 2008, Beijing – on the road to London Olympics 2012.

“In pursuit of being in the best possible shape whilst training, racing and in the build up to the London 2012 Olympic Games I believe that regular chiropractic treatment plays a vital role. When training hard it is an important adjunct to maintain a healthy body.”

Richie Rees, Cardiff Blues and Wales International Rugby Player

Chiropractic is a regular part of my weekly routine as a professional Rugby Player. I gain instant relief from the pain that i deal with in my lower back through 8 years of playing professionally. A once a week visit to my chiropractor keeps my back relatively pain free and i honestly think without  it my career would be cut short.

Dan Parks, Cardiff Blues and former Scottish International Rugby Player

A friend of mine introduced me to chiropractic care about 4 years ago. I am a professional sportsman and from time to time I have issues with my lower back, initially I did not know much about the chiropractic care and how it could help me, but after seeing the help and the change in my friends health I gave it a shot! It is now a very important part of my preparations before a match and during a training week. I would without any doubt recommend Chiropractic care to anyone.

Evander Holyfield – Heavyweight Boxing champion

“I have to have an adjustment before I go into the ring. I do believe In Chiropractic. I found that going to a Chiropractor three times a week helps my performance. The majority of boxers go to get that edge

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