Chiropractic and Rock Stars are the perfect fit!
From the hard living to the long tours, Chiropractic care can be the ultimate solution for Rock and Roll Icons.
Check out these advocates of Peace, Love and Chiropractic
The Rolling Stones
Backstage and before a gig you can catch members of the Rolling Stones getting treatments.
Here is Neil Diamond with his Chiropractor Dr. Hundt
Before shows at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse NY, Pink Floyd sought the services of local Chiropractors.
One of the world’s greatest rock bands, The Who, were recently in Birmingham on the UK leg of their european quadrophenia tour. The band was formed in the mid sixties by lead singer Roger Daltrey. John Lange was asked to take care of Roger Daltrey’s back pain problem at the LG arena, Birmingham.
Santana, who has suffered Repetitive strain injury (RSI), which is a range of painful or uncomfortable conditions of the muscles, tendons, nerves, and other soft tissues, caused by repetitive use of a certain part of the body. Symptoms are often felt in the upper extremities (shoulders, elbow, wrists, and fingers). RSI is an injury of the musculoskeletal and nervous system that is the result of repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, pressing against hard surfaces, or sustained or awkward positions. Chiropractic care not only works on spinal and joint alignment, but also works on the balance of body function within the nervous, skeletal, and muscular systems.
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley receive regular Chiropractic Care
Sting with Dr. Hundt
Dave Grohl – Foo Fighters & Nirvana
Dr. Don Hundt hanging with Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters after a concert.
Guns & Roses
Duff McKagan shares:
“By the time Guns n’ Roses spent 28 months from 1991 to 1993 touring the Use Your Illusion albums, the tour staff sometimes approached 100 people. We were carrying not only backup girl singers, a horn section, and an extra keyboard player, but also chiropractors, masseuses, a singing coach, and a tattoo artist.”
Bob Weir – Grateful Dead
Here is Dolly getting adjusted before a show!
Singer Janet Jackson is a chiropractic patient. An article in the Chicago Tribune reports that Janet Jackson credits chiropractic for helping her to handle pressure.
We recently wrote about Gwen and her passion for fashion & Chiropractic
We could NOT forget to mention Gwen’s former husband Gavin Rossdale who is also an advocate of Chiropractic care!
Terry Chimes -The Clash
Terry actually became a Chiropractor. Here he is in his own words:
As a kid, I preferred a microscope to a football for Christmas, but I got distracted by music and the option of joining the Clash seemed more fun than medical school. The punk scene was more about boozing than drugs, but I saw people deteriorating before my eyes and grew fed up with the arguments. I played with the Clash a second time when Topper Headon’s drug use became a problem. Then, after the Clash, I played for Black Sabbath and Billy Idol. Once I was in Sun City with Black Sabbath and we went ten-pin bowling. After three hours, my shoulder locked up. They said they would find a chiropractor. This guy came in, cracked all my joints and I could move my arm again. It made a big impression.
I’d always known I wanted to heal people, so I enrolled on a chiropractic course in Bournemouth and didn’t tell anyone who I was. But shortly afterwards they rereleased Should I Stay Or Should I Go. It was No 1 for three weeks, and of course, I’m in the video, so the secret was out.
Drums are the most hands-on instruments; chiropractic is the most hands-on medicine. You’re manipulating people’s spines. Mick Jones and Paul Simonon [from the Clash] have sent musicians to me for treatment, and I get some Clash fans.
There have been some funny moments. Once I was sitting in the car and the mobile went and this voice said: “Is that Terry Chimes Chiropractic? Terry Chimes who used to be in the Clash? This is the singer.” It was Joe Strummer.