Today, many people have concerns about visiting their medical practitioners during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Addressing your health concerns is more challenging than before especially if it involves seeing your health professional for routine check-ups or for unexpected illnesses that cause you to feel unwell. This is where Dr. Jason Williams and his family’s chiropractic services can help.
Dr. Jay as he affectionally know is a health professional, who has his own practice, which specializes in providing chiropractic care. Dr. Jay is part of a family of Chiropractors, which includes his father, Dr. Marlon William, now a retired Chiropractor who built a well-established health practice on St. Croix over the years, and his brother Dr. Sheldon Williams, who also has his own practice.
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Dr. Jay grew up in St. Croix around Chiropractic so it would seem like the obvious path for him to choose, however, it wasn’t until he was a junior in college, that he made his decision to become a chiropractor. What sealed it for him was seeing results from chiropractic treatment of his father’s sports injuries and being heavily involved in sports himself saw the benefit of providing good chiropractic care.
According to Dr. Jay, his practice is different because he was able to gain valuable knowledge from his father, his brother, and their colleagues before venturing out on his own. Dr. Jay treats all types of patients, but he has placed significant focus on treating patients suffering from sports-related conditions. He feels that he can relate most to those patients since he sometimes has to deal with the same types of ailments from actively playing various sports. Because of his strong connection to soccer and the work he has done treating high-performing athletes, Dr. Jay was recently appointed as Chief Medical Examiner for the U.S Virgin Islands Soccer Association.
Dr. Jay has always enforced strict cleanliness practices at his clinic, even before the pandemic, and shared his observations on “bad habits” that can be corrected to promote good health during a time like this. According to Dr. Jay, people wear masks but do not ensure that they are changed or cleaned regularly enough and simply washing or changing your face covering can be a tremendous help to minimize exposure to unwanted bacteria.