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How Chiropractic Care Connects With America’s Favorite Pastime

Erle V. Painter is just as famous in the chiropractic world as Babe Ruth is in the sports world. For all thirteen years he was on the Yankees’ payroll, he was widely considered one of the most valuable men to the team despite not hitting a single home run. As the team chiropractor and trainer, Painter was responsible for the well-being and peak performance of the team, including Babe Ruth himself. But why was chiropractic care so important to the Yankees?

  • Increased flexibility and Range of Motion – Realignment of your bones and joints during an adjustment creates a foundation for better physical performance. A healthy spine helps ensure that your body’s movement at its peak efficiency.
  • Preventative Care –  Chiropractic care undoes some of the impact your body undergoes while playing sports, decreasing your risk of injury. Strenuous workouts can overwork your muscles as they grow, causing tension to build up between your bones. Chiropractic adjustments help dissolve that tension and decrease the wear and tear on your body.
  • Decrease muscle soreness from intense workouts – Chiropractic care relieves soreness, stiffness and tension in the body that cause sore muscles.
  • Natural pain relief for joint pain – Regular adjustments can reduce inflammation and improve the affected joint and nervous system by realigning the spine.

Chiropractic care is a great way to keep one’s body in peak condition, as regular chiropractic adjustments have been proven to improve joint mobility, function, and overall health. Baseball players such as Babe Ruth relied on chiropractic care to improve muscle strength and long jump distance.

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