Michelle Gaines, was 19 when she was hit by a truck hauling an oil rig. She was in the hospital for 14 months, and her father and lawyers say she now has the mental capacity of a 12 year old. She may never be able to live on her own. A jury awarded Michelle nearly million. An appeals court overturned the jury’s verdict. Reporter Brandi Grissom explains this tragic and unusual case.
First Julian Aguilar takes us to Eagle Pass. Teenagers are being recruited by drug cartels to smuggle marijuana across the Texas-Mexico border. So many of these kids are getting busted that law enforcement doesn’t have enough room to house the delinquents. It’s led the county to take donations for a new facility, which is being built, in part, by county employees and teenagers who have already found trouble.
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Certified Sports Chiropractor and Elite Performance Therapist, Dr. Jon Wilhelm demonstrates a typical pre-event activation mobility session for a high level runner or sprinting athlete.
Active mobility and passive assisted myofascial releases are demonstrated on the hamstrings, quadriceps, adductors, glutes, TFL, QL, spinal erectors. Additionally, chiropractic long-lever treatment for a femoral upslip is demonstrated. The goals of this therapy is to improve mobility, activate structures, and prime the athlete’s system for improved performance. Video Rating: / 5
In this video, you’ll see an adjustment for one of our competitive runners. Chiropractic adjustments help athletes not only perform better on the field and in the weight room, but also help them recover faster so they can get back to doing what they love.
For athletes, especially with any feet, ankle, knee, or hip issue we alway check the pelvis, hips, and feet to ensure optimal alignment for optimal performance.
Dr Brady Salcido – Vitality Family Chiropractic
Westlake Village, CA