Power-lifter and strongman Bill Kazmaier links his success in world-record-breaking feats of strength to the help of his Chiropractor. The first man to bench press more than 660 pounds, held the title of World’s Strongest Man from 1980 to 1982.
In a recent trip to Palmer College in the U.S.A Kaz said he “was affected in a very positive way by my Palmer Chiropractor in the early 1980s. I wouldn’t be who I am today without him. He helped me win competitions and become the World’s Strongest Man three years running.”
President of the Chiropractic Association of Ireland, Attracta Farrell said “athletes and sports-people all over the world perform better with chiropractic care. While chiropractic treats all parts of the body its main focus is on the spine and its intimate connections with our spinal cord and neurology. This treatment gives athletes full function of their spine, meaning their neurological functions, particularly of their muscles and joints work at their optimum”
For more information on the Chiropractic Association of Ireland please visit www.chiropractic.ie