Sponsored athletes programme

It’s no surprise that approximately 90% of all world-class athletes use chiropractic care to prevent injuries and increase their performance potential. Athletes (past and present) such as Usain Bolt, Michael Jordan, Rhonda Rousey and Arnold Schwarzenegger all received chiropractic care during their athletic careers and have publicly praised their chiropractors for supporting them in their sport.

But whether you consider yourself a serious athlete or someone who exercises every now and then, one thing is true – chiropractic care can help improve your performance.

How?

The state of your spine and nervous system will affect how you perform. Structure dictates function, and better structures will give better chance at functioning at a higher level. Effective and timely chiropractic care may play a key role in improving the function of the spine and nervous system. This in turn may aid in the successful preparation for athletic events and can speed up recovery afterwards.

Chiropractic Care may:
 

  • Increase flexibility and improve movement

  • Improve strength and stability

  • help avoid drugs and surgery

  • Improve body awareness

  • Create better balance

Providing Chiropractic Care for Local athletes

At Complete Chiropractic Care we are very passionate about supporting our local community and dedicated to helping local sportsmen and women improve their performance and excel in their sport. Through our innovative Sponsored Athlete Programme we give a number of local athletes the opportunity to access our chiropractic services free of charge. We aim to support them through their sporting journey, whether that be injury prevention, performance enhancement, preparing for life after sport and/or health and wellness education.

Sponsored athlete

Name: Ali Mack

DOB: 25.04.2004

Sport: Tae Kwon Do

How long have you been training Tae Kwon Do?

5 years.

 

How many days a week do you train? How many hours?

I train 5-6 days a week, 2-4 hours a day.

 

Where do you train?

Martial Art and Spirit Centre, Prestons.

 

What level are you at?

I just received my 2nd Dan black belt and had my 1st test for my 3rd Dan.

I’m also part of the development team at my club and train at an elite level in sparring

 

What are your goals and aspirations?

My goals are: representing my country and club at world championships and the Olympics and to be the best I can be.

And in the long run I would love to become a sport doctor and hopefully that will allow me to travel the world and hopefully help other taekwondo athletes achieve their goals.

 

What are your achievements so far?

I have achieved my world approved black belt certificate; I have represented my club at numerous competitions and represented Australia in many overseas taekwondo competitions.

 

But my biggest achievement was winning my silver medal in the Korean Open in July this year. On this day I had the chance to fight some great fighters and some of Koreas best, and resulting in winning silver missing out on the gold by golden point.

 

Thailand open received the silver medal with one point different

 

Nationally:

3 X State champion 2015, 2016, and 2017

2 X Australian national champion of 2015 and 2017.

 

What are your biggest challenges?

My biggest challenge is maintaining a balance between school work and training as well as overcoming injuries.

 

What are your other hobbies and interests?

Hobbies: Soccer, playing the piano

Interest: reading books, sport cars, photography and gaming

 

Who are your biggest influence/inspirations? Why?

My biggest inspiration is Jean-Claude Van Damme because he inspires me to be flexible, strong and fast, just like him.

 

My influence:
“My mother is my role model; she inspires and motivates me to grow without any barriers”.