WAXHAW – Carolinas Chiropractic and Spinal Rehab renewed its partnership as the official chiropractor to JTG Racing/ST Motorsports for the 2018 season.
Dr. Kyle Jones, of Carolinas Chiropractic and Spinal Rehab, will continue to provide chiropractic services to the employees of JTG Racing at their race headquarters in Harrisburg.
The partnership was initiated to provide JTG employees an onsite option for treating neuromusculoskeletal disorders, ultimately reducing injuries and missed work days from injury and improving overall employee satisfaction.
“The partnership with JTG has allowed us to expand our reach into the motorsports arena while demonstrating the effectiveness of chiropractic in the corporate world. Chiropractic care, if utilized correctly, has the ability to make a huge impact on the overall well being of a person,” Jones said. “JTG Racing/ST Motorsports has allowed us the opportunity to help their employees work their rigorous schedule with less pain and better functional output.”
JTG Racing/ST Motosports fields the No. 47 car, driven by AJ Allmendinger, and the No. 37 car, driven by Chris Buescher, on the Monster Energy NASCAR circuit. Their season begins Feb. 18 at the Daytona 500 and ends with the final race in the playoffs Nov. 18 at Homestead Miami Speedway.
“Like all businesses, human performance is a key component for our success,” said Tad Geshickter, co-owner of JTG Racing/ST motorsports. “Dr. Jones and the services of Carolinas Chiropractic and Spinal Rehab have increased the productivity of our organization exponentially while reducing our injury-related absences by 80 percent. Of all the ‘benefits’ that we provide our employees, this is the one service for which they continually thank us.”
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Carolinas Chiropractic and Spinal Rehab is located at 105 Waxhaw Professional Park Drive, Waxhaw. It was founded in 2009 to provide Union County with a viable alternative to the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal disorders without the use of medication or surgery. The chiropractic practice has provided service to more than 3,000 people with three doctors and six support staff.