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Athletes and Chiropractic Care

Discover how Chiropractic care can give you the competitive edge.


If you know anyone out there that is an athlete at any level, whether it be high school, college, weekend warrior, or beyond, I’m sure you know they are very competitive.  A leg up on the competition is something they are always looking for.

One area that can slow athletes down is injuries. Injuries can hinder progress, and improper healing can lead to more problems down the road

By assessing the nervous system, and biomechanics of the body, we can find healthy ways in order for the body to heal as best as it can. Everything is connected, and by allowing your nerves function at their best, the body can function much better as well.


Misalignments and fixations in the vertebrae in the spine cause the body to compensate and adapt physiologically and biomechanically in order to maintain its best function.


Over time, these compensations, whether they be large or small, can accumulate into bigger issues along the body’s kinetic chain. This can alter the body’s natural ranges of motion, flexibility, and balance, decreasing its capacity to work and compete at its best.


Getting your spine and nervous system checked is a vital component to determining how successful you may be in your athletic endeavors. It can not olnly help you succeed, but consistent Chiropractic care can help your body heal faster from injuries, too.

College, professional, and Olympic level teams have seen the importance of Chiropractic care to the success of their athletes, so how about you? From my own experience as a competitive gymnast throughout elementary high school, I attribute much of my success to being under consistent Chiropractic care.

To your health,

Dr. Kyle Klim

For more information, you can visit
our website at www.swedefamilychiropractic.com,

call us at 610-831-1650

visit our office at 130 West Main Street PMB 312 Suite 144

Trappe, Pa 19426

Or “like” me on Facebook at “Dr. Kyle Klim”



 



 

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MaxOut Strength Studio February 19, 2013 at 03:04 PM
I couldn't agree more! As a runner/cyclist and adventure event addict (LOL), you and Dr. Doug keep me going :-)

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