Chiropractic and Water Therapy Ease the Joints
By Sandy Schroeder
If joint pain is interfering with your life, you may need some better solutions, such as chiropractic and water therapy.
Sore ankles or knees, and painful hips or shoulders, may keep you off of the courts, the green, or your favorite weekend spots, but help is available. Pairing chiropractic with water therapy may help you reduce pain and stay more active.
How Chiropractic Helps
The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you staffs a wellness center that focuses on pain relief and better health and wellness solutions for people of all ages.
When you come in, your chiropractor will explain how a healthy spine can improve overall health. The spine keeps us mobile and the central nervous system housed inside provides all of our brain-to-body communication. When they are both working well, we may be too.
A gentle targeted spinal adjustment may provide far-reaching pain relief and a host of other benefits such as better sleep, clearer thinking and more energy. Benefits are unique to each person, but many say the change definitely turns the page for them.
I have many relatives, friends and co-workers who have turned to their chiropractor to find pain relief and stay active. Often they brought their children and senior household members in to benefit too.
As you consider your benefits, you may find weekly spinal adjustments help to keep you free of pain and more active. One thing can lead to another, and you may want to expand your daily activities with more walking, stretching or strengthening exercises. Water therapy may work too.
Discover Water Therapy
Staying active will help your joints improve and water may make those activities even easier. As you slip into a warm pool you may find the water supports your efforts, letting you do a range of exercises that would normally be more difficult. Water can upload almost 90 percent of body weight, making everything easier on your joints. Normally doing a squat may be tough, but prove to be doable in the water. Check your community for water therapy classes ranging from water aerobics to water Zumba. Start with gentle range of motion exercises and keep right on going.
When you are ready to lessen pain and improve life, stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you. No reservations are needed. Clinics are open weekends and evenings, and affordable personal healthcare plans eliminate the hassle of insurance.
To learn more about your health, wellness and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Lakewood, Calif.