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Bozeman, MT ProChiropractic Clinics Dr. Jonathan Wilhelm Elected To The Board of The American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians

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This esteemed honor was bestowed on Dr. Jon Wilhelm out of over 4,000 Certified Chiropractic Sports Physicians (CCSP) Worldwide, after being voted on by his Sports Chiropractic peers.

BOZEMAN, MONTANA, June 30, 2014. Dr. Jon Wilhelm of ProChiropractic Bozeman, MT, was delighted to receive the news that he had been elected as a Board Member to the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. This is indeed an honor that few Chiropractic Physicians ever enjoy. Out of the over 4,000 Certified Chiropractic Sports Physicians (CCSP) Worldwide, only two are elected to serve on the Board, along with six Sports Diplomates, and one “at-large” member. Board Members are voted-on by their Sports Chiropractic peers, which brings a special recognition to this appointment.

It is easy to see why Dr. Jon and his ProChiropractic Clinic are considered to be at the top of this profession. He has managed to assemble a highly qualified staff that offers services not available at other Chiropractic Clinics. Bozeman and Belgrade Chiropractors Dr. Jonathan Wilhelm, Dr. William D. Bradley, and Dr. Flynn J. Vick employ the latest high-tech treatments, including: Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, Chiropractic adjustments, physiotherapy, Graston soft tissue therapy, Kinesio taping, fascial manipulation, and DRX9000 spinal decompression therapy to assist patients with rehab from auto injuries, sports injuries, and work injuries.

Dr. Jon was proud to recently offer his sports medicine expertise at the Colorado Springs Training Center, as he had been selected by the governing board of the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Program to provide performance based sports medicine support for the training and competition needs of elite and developing NGB athletes at the United States Olympic Training Centers (USOTC). Only the most skilled and knowledgeable sports medicine healthcare professionals from all over America are considered for the program.

Sports Medicine is his passion, so he was thrilled to spend time as part of the volunteer rotation program at the Olympic Training Center in COS. That experience opened many doors for him, including the amazing opportunity to work with Team USA Bobsled and Skeleton at World Cup events just prior to the 2014 Olympic Games. He was invited back to the OTC to work with a top-notch sports medicine team at the 2014 Dave Schultz Wrestling Tournament. What an honor it was to have again been invited to expand his experience in 2014 and beyond with FICS and USA Bobsled/Skeleton.

Many patients travel for long distances to avail themselves of the multitude of therapies and modalities available at ProChiropractic. Some of them are patients who were frustrated with the progress of their Chiropractic Care, but enjoyed a successful outcome at ProChiropractic. It is the special combination of highly trained Chiropractic Physicians along with their highly trained support staff that has made this a top notch Chiropractic facility.

Everyone is invited to stop by the office, and say hello to Dr. Jon and his friendly and caring staff.

Please visit the website for more info: Pro Chiropractic

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