Cycling: Preventing Back, Neck and Joint Pain With Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic Care & Cycling Go Hand-In-Hand Spring is here, and for millions of Americans that signals the start of cycling Read more

Reasons To See A Chiropractor: Chiropractic Care Improves Quality of Sleep

Chiropractic Care Improves Quality of Sleep Common sense tells us that a good night's sleep contributes to good health. How Read more

Consumer Reports Ranks Chiropractic #1 for Back Pain

Chiropractic Named The Top Choice For Back Treatment It's no secret that back pain is one of the most prevalent Read more

9 Reasons To See A Chiropractor: #1

#1: Chiropractic Improves Structural Posture and Enhances Life It's often said that first impressions are the most important. Whether it's Read more

For Athletes, Regular Visits To A Sports Chiropractor Is Essential

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Can Chiropractic Improve Your Game?
The demands athletes place on their bodies require them to work like finely tuned, well-oiled machines. Especially for professional athletes, there’s little time for injuries in their intense training and competition schedules, which is why virtually every American professional sports team has a sports chiropractor on staff to care for its athletes.

milwaukee sports chiropractorSports, whether at the amateur or professional level, require a combination of strength, balance, coordination and flexibility to succeed. To reach the height of achievement in any sport requires split-second reflexes, peak structural strength and stability and a will and determination to keep going when the going gets tough. It requires a body that is functioning at its highest capacity.

As a sports chiropractor in Milwaukee, Dr. Linsay focuses her attention on the function of the spine and the vital nerve tissue (the spinal cord) that is encased in it. When it is in proper alignment, the spine protects the spinal cord from damage, while its 26 separate moving parts (the vertebrae) provide a perfect combination of stability and flexibility to allow for a full range of functional movements. Read more