Letter: Consider chiropractic treatment

By on November 21, 2012

Earlier this year Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls injured his lower back and missed quite a few games without finding any pain relief. He finally received chiropractic treatment from a chiropractor in Bannockburn, Ill., and received great benefit. More recently, Jonathan Toews, captain of the Chicago Blackhawks, suffered a severe concussion prior to the 2012 NHL playoffs. Without finding relief, he went to the Carrick Institute at Life Chiropractic University in Merietta, Ga., where he was treated by a chiropractic neurologist. He stated he is “feeling really good now” and the treatment got him “back to ground zero.”

As a doctor of chiropractic who has practiced over 30 years in Elburn, I am very happy with these results. My only regret is that I did not get a chance to treat either of these gentlemen in my own office.

On behalf of the thousands of chiropractic physicians who provide effective care on a daily basis to the citizens of Illinois, it would behoove many patients to strongly consider chiropractic care as a first choice, even for conditions that are not associated with the spine.

It is my great hope that both of these athletes can now surpass these injuries and be able to excel at the pinnacle of their sports.

Dr. Kenneth Baumruck, D.C.
Elburn Chiropractic and Accupuncture

One Comment

  1. whiskeymac

    November 26, 2012 at 8:31 AM

    Is it now the editorial policy of the Elburn Herald to allow free advertising in “Letters to the Editor” to the paper?