April 6, 2012 — IndyCar driver Brandon Wagner has high hopes of competing this May in the Indianapolis 500.
However, many people might not know that the 24-year-old Purdue University student will follow in the footsteps of his father and sister when he attends Palmer College of Chiropractic after completing his undergraduate degree.
Wagner, who strongly endorses the benefits of chiropractic for race car drivers, says chiropractic plays an important role in his conditioning. “I want my body to function at 100 percent while racing, and with chiropractic care, I know I’m physically prepared,” the young driver stated. “Chiropractic health is essential to this sport.”
Adding to the excitement of Wagner’s quest for Indy is the fact the he plans to drive the first chiropractic sponsored IndyCar. The physical stress of racing is anything but chiro-friendly, which is why Wagner is the perfect spokesperson for chiropractic awareness. To learn more about what you can do to support Brandon Wagner’s road to Indianapolis, click here.
Source: American Chiropractic Association, acatoday.org