Chiropractic Care Helped Chicago Bulls Star Get Back in the Game Fast!

Athletes  of are sidelined in many different sport for back pain related injuries and most times don’t get the opportunity to get the most appropriate care right away.  It is a good thing Derek Rose knew the benefit of getting Chiropractic Care right away to help get rid of his back pain and get back on the court.  Imagine the consequences if he did not take the right course of action?

The key to recovering quickly is to immediately uncover what exactly is causing the problem and begin to correct that problem.  In too may cases athletes are given basic therapy and medications to cover up the problem with the hopes that it will just get better.   In other cases they do nothing and just hope it will go away.  The problem with this approach is that spinal misalignments go uncorrected and can get worse in a short period of time.  A simple chiropractic check up can determine if these subluxations or spinal misalignments are present.  When the spinal misalignments are corrected through Chiropractic Care the body can function more efficiently and take the stress off the problem areas.

See How Chiropractic Care Helped This Famous Chicago Bulls Star.

Here is the Article on  February 20, 2012 by K.C. Johnson for the Chicago Tribune.

Rose returns, leads Bulls past Hawks

After missing 5 games with back spasms, he contributes 23 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds

Derrick Rose had never before sat for five straight games in his NBA career, so the deafening roar that drowned out his name after public-address announcer Tommy Edwards began “From Chicago …” didn’t surprise.

But when close to the same roar accompanied Rose merely dribbling on the Bulls’ first possession Monday, the impact of his absence became more fully felt.

His teammates didn’t cheer, at least publicly. They merely benefited from Rose’s aggressive presence that featured 23 points, six assists, five rebounds and four turnovers in the Bulls’ 90-79 matinee victory over Atlanta.

“It was awesome to watch,” Carlos Boozer said.

Rose, who had been sidelined by back spasms, logged close to 35 minutes and, in an atypical move, didn’t appear in the postgame locker room to address reporters. He spoke to ESPN’s Doris Burke on the court afterward.

“The whole week I was seeing a great chiropractor,” Rose told Burke. “Teammates and fans were waiting for me to come back. I was feeling good and just trying to play the way I normally play — aggressive.

“My teammates followed me. Coach did a great job with the game plan. (My back) feels good. I have to put a little ice on there. I should be all right.”

Boozer added 16 points for the Bulls, who have won 13 straight regular-season games following a loss. Joakim Noah rebounded from his rough outing on Saturday to grab 16 rebounds, helping the Bulls to a 51-41 advantage on the boards and 18-4 edge in second-chance points.

But Rose dominated attention. He survived a hard tumble after drawing a foul on Josh Smith for a three-point play midway through the third quarter.

“You don’t want him to change who he is,” coach Tom Thibodeau said. “You’re always concerned about health. But a guy could get hurt in practice or shootaround. That’s part of the game.

“He’s done a good job with his rehab. Our trainers have done a great job with him. As long as he’s pain-free and feels 100 percent, we felt comfortable. He met all the criteria that we were looking for him to meet before he played again. So we’re good.”

Actually, not everything was. For the second straight game, the Bulls started slow, forcing Thibodeau to burn a 20-second timeout early in which he blistered the starters. They responded with an 11-0 run as Rose scored nine first-quarter points.

But an eventual 21-point lead with just over 4 minutes to play in the third quarter got quickly whittled to nine by that quarter’s close. Former Bull Jannero Pargo heated up with three 3-pointers.

Then the Hawks, who played without Marvin Williams and with an ineffective Joe Johnson trying to battle through knee soreness, pulled within five in the fourth. Rose almost lost the ball before shoveling it to Luol Deng, whose 3-pointer with 2:59 left marked his first points since the first quarter and provided breathing room.

“Derrick’s explosion was there,” Thibodeau said. “His drives were there. Conditioning-wise, he’s not where he normally is. But that’s to be expected. Overall, I’m very pleased. He said he felt real good out there.”

Chiropractic Care helped Derek Rose, and it can help many other athletes even if they are not famous professionals!  Chiropractic Care is for everyone and is all natural.  The key is to get a Chiropractic Check up right away and do not wait for the problem to progress.  See your Chiropractor Today.

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