When I was a little girl, my mom took me to an ice skating rink. After my first time skating, I wanted to do it again and again. Mom worked hard to get me lessons, and over time, I became a champion skater. Now that I am 50 years old, I no longer compete, but I still love to get out on the ice. What slowed me down was a bad fall that kept me in bed on too many days. I looked for relief with the help of a San Jose chiropractor and it worked.
When I was young, I really did a number on my body with all the falls I had on the ice. But I was young, so I was often able to heal and get better very quickly. Bruises were no big deal to me. If I wanted to win a trophy or a medal, I had to ignore the pain, get back up and keep training. I was no wimp. Continue reading