How Chiropractic Works to Keep You Moving
By Sandy Schroeder
If you have a painful knee, leg, or ankle, you know how difficult it can be to start moving and keep right on going. Or you may have muscle stiffness or soreness that slows down your weekend golf game or volleyball fun.
When pain gets a grip, moving can definitely be more of an issue, but chiropractic offers the natural, drug-free approach that may help to win the battle.
The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you is staffed with licensed chiropractors who help people of all ages find pain relief without prescription medications or surgery.
Seeing Your Chiropractor
Stop by and get to know your chiropractor and find out more about spinal health’s impact on the body. The spine encases the central nervous system that serves as the network for all of the nerves in the body. When that network of brain-to-body communication works well, so do we.
Gentle targeted spinal adjustments to improve spinal health may provide far-reaching pain relief and a welcome sense of well-being. Many patients report feeling more energy, better sleep, and a clearer, calmer perspective.
Chiropractors help with neck pain from too much texting, back pain, leg pain and sciatica, headaches and migraines, knee, ankle and foot pain, and shoulder, arm, elbow and wrist pain.
Following the Wellness Path
Often, weekly 15-minute spinal adjustments help to maintain pain relief and keep the body moving as patients continue to upgrade fitness. Wherever you go as a runner, yogi, community league player, or parent soccer coach, performance counts, and chiropractic may help with benefits like these.
- Natural pain relief for joint pain
- Greater range of motion
- Reduced recovery time from injuries
- Greater flexibility and performance
- Improved immune function
- Less muscle soreness from demanding workouts
I have watched many people follow this path to overcome pain and upgrade their fitness. A friend of mine, who is in her early 40s with a demanding job, has fought with sciatic leg nerve pain for some time, but she has persisted with daily stretching, and continued movement with exercises such as barre (ballet) routines, yoga and walking. She also counts on weekly 15-minute spinal adjustments at The Joint Chiropractic clinic near her to keep her moving and balance everything out.
If you are ready to outrun your pain, stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic nearby to get started. Find out more about the personal healthcare plans and packages that are available. No insurance is required. Clinics are open weekends and evenings and walk-in visits are welcome.
To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in San Jose, Calif.