NASCAR & Auto Racing

May 30, 2014 12:00 AM

OrthoCarolina Motorsports Program keeps NASCAR teams on top in performance

Nearly 10 years ago, Huntersville resident and physician assistant Bill Heisel saw a need for a motorsports program to keep over-the-wall NASCAR crewmen performing at their peak. Today he’s joined by physical therapist Ken Breath, also of Huntersville, and athletic trainer Angela Sneed of Mooresville as they treat the motorsports athletes in the shops and at the track.

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