November 26, 2012 — In a recent article published in the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Blackhawks captain and NHL star Jonathan Toews discussed his recovery from a concussion he sustained late last season.
Toews, who felt that most of the symptoms had finally gone away over the summer, discovered that he still had lingering balance and eyesight issues after attending a Atlanta-based chiropractic neurology facility last week for additional testing. Toews returned Saturday after spending time undergoing a battery of tests and corrective methods at the Carrick Institute at Life University in Marietta, Ga.
During his time at the Carrick Institute, Toews and a team of doctors spent significant time focusing on his eye movement and balance. “My eyes didn’t track very well. They didn’t look from one target to the next very well. My balance with my eyes closed and my head turned a certain way was terrible, said Toews. “But (the chiropractic neurology work) got me back to Square One and I feel great!”
Source: American Chiropractic Association, acatoday.org