“I would estimate that at least 90% of world class athletes use Chiropractic on a regular basis to prevent injuries and to improve their performance” says Sean Atkins PhD Exercise Physiologist.
Here is Usain Bolt receiving treatment from the Jamaican team Chiropractor:
Usain Bolt was at 95% at the end of July and it appears his Chiropractor and the rest of the Jamaican medical team have got him firing back on all cylinders. Shown most recently following his thrilling Gold winning and Olympic record breaking 100 metres final at the 2012 London Olympics on August 5th. There is still more to come! With the 200 metres final at 20:55 BST on the 9th of August 2012. The whole world will be tuning in to see if Usain Bolt can beat team mate Yohan Blake once more in another thrilling final, you would be mad not to watch it.
The fastest man on a bike, the Multi Olympic gold medal winner and 2012 Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins from Great Britain also swears by Chiropractic:
Here he is speaking about his Chiropractor Matt Rabin:
“I first started working with Matt at the end of 2008 following my success at the 2008 Beijing summer Olympics. After years of struggling with minor niggles that I had learned to live with, and having never really found the answer to my problems despite having sought numerous treatment options with no great success, I went to see Matt.
From my first session with him I had great results that were not short lived. That followed up with regular sessions I saw improvements that I had never seen before and that reflected in the way my body held up on a day to day basis which eventually saw me achieve 4th place in the 2009 Tour de France under his supervision.
Matt will undoubtedly remain an integral part of my medical support in the forthcoming seasons and lead up to the London 2012 Olympic Games.”
After just adding the Tour de France and 2012 London Olympic time trial gold to his list of medals and also for becoming the most decorated British athlete ever, I would like to say a huge Congratulations to Bradley Wiggins. It has been incredible year for him, absolutely dominating his sport, us British should all be very proud.
Quote taken from: http://theperformancechiropractor.com/says-who/bradley-wiggins/