The Time is NOW to Prepare for Winter Sports Activities!!
Fall is upon us and winter recreation is right around the corner. Are you ready from a physical fitness standpoint for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling or shoveling snow? Have you had any recent injuries or falls this past summer that haven’t quite healed completely? Now is the time to start taking steps to identify areas of weakness, tightness, misalignment or instability to get ready for physically demanding winter activities and FUN!!
There is a lot more to winter recreation than just hopping on the ski’s, snowboard or snowmobile and going. As important as it is to maintain your skis and snowmobiles, you need to maintain your physical well-being. This is where chiropractic care comes in handy. For both casual and serious recreationists, chiropractic offers a number of benefits. Pain relief, improved muscle tone, better balance, and an increased range of motion can be obtained with chiropractic care. At Back Country Chiropractic & Wellness Center, we have the expertise to help winter sports enthusiasts maintain their alignment and balance over the course of the season -- and it goes beyond spinal adjustments!! The right diet, exercise and nutrition, coupled with chiropractic care, can provide the continued energy and endurance you need for peak performance!
Chiropractic care is much more than pain relief and improved performance – it can also help you to recover from injuries faster. Whether the injury is attributed to sprain/strain or an outside force, we can get you back on the slopes in a shorter period of time than other treatment options. We treat injuries and pain throughout the body – from the back, neck, and shoulders to the hips, knees, and ankles/feet – no matter the ligament or muscle, the ache, pain, or injury, chiropractic care encourages healing and tissue repair. Schedule an appointment today to see how we can help you enjoy the winter sports season to its fullest!
Dr. Irwin Mulnick is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Medicine specialist and has been enthusiastically participating in and treating athletes of all disciplines in Valley County for 26 years.
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