May 18, 2011 — Malcolm Conway, DC, was recently hired by several players to work on them at the French Open in Paris, France. “I’ve been working with professional tennis players for years and this is the first time I’ve been hired to work at the French Open,” noted Conway.
The French Open is one of four of the Grand Slams, which in the tennis world are the most important events of the year when it comes to prize money, competition, world ranking points, and global attention. Located at Rolland Garros, the French Open is fully deserving of its reputation as the world’s premier clay court event. It is furiously competitive each year, to such an extent that French successes have been few and far between.
A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and Sherman Chiropractic College, Conway has a comprehensive post-graduate education from Southern California University of Health Sciences in spinal rehabilitation.
He also has post graduate work and research in pain management and sports injuries. Conway continues to maintain a full-time practice in Wyoming, Pa. and continues to work with professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MMA, and has worked at both Wimbledon and U.S. Open tennis championships.
Conway will be working with Bethanie Mattek-Sands who will be the top rated American player in the French Open. Conway has worked with various pro-tennis players including Nadia Petrova, Alexandra Dulgheru, Mike Bryan, Varvara Lepchenko, Yaroslava Shevdoava, and Alexandra Stevenson.
“Professional tennis is extremely demanding on the body and chiropractic treatment is uniquely capable to assist the athletes not only perform at their best but assist in their recovery,” said Conway.
Source: Conway Clinic, www.conwayclinic.com