A great example is the work I have done for our mountain biking friend, Alex Evans.
Alex got in touch to see if I could help his low back and sciatic leg pain, plus occasional 'hard to describe' dizzy/blackout episodes - which I suspect could be a result of significant biking crashes and concussions.
I modified the usual plan of treatment sessions which allowed Alex to keep riding to work and riding trails on the mountain bike.
I modified the usual plan of treatment sessions for Alex. In my experience, I've found that sports people and those with manual jobs are able to continue doing 'their thing' if we're flexible with appointments. So, on several occasions I adjusted him twice in one day (there's no additional charge for same day appointments), some days I adjusted him before and after a bike ride which meant he could continue to ride, maintain fitness. This strategy has worked amazingly well (far better than I anticipated!). He's stronger and more upright than he was before we began and no longer has the back and leg pain, nice work.
If you're a mountain biker and are interested to find out if this approach will work for you get in touch. I think you'll be surprised at how quickly you'll feel loads better.