Chiropractic Tips to Make Good Days Great
By Sandy Schroeder
Some days really are better than others. You get up and feel energetic. You remembered to get the “right” cereal, and extra coffee. And, your family seems to be smiling, or at least neutral. We all deal with individual routines, loved ones, and daily commitments that take time, effort and energy.
If we feel mentally and physically balanced, the day ahead could be really good, or even great.
The Right Approach
Making good/great days a habit could start with a visit to The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you. The Joint chiropractors believe that achieving good spinal health, may do a lot to help us function at our very best. The spine houses the delicate nervous system that controls everything we do. When it is working well, we may find everything else flows pretty well too.
Chiropractic patients may report feeling much more relaxed, as they sleep better, and feel better. They may also feel a new mental clarity or more energy, inspiring them to pull life together and move ahead with new goals.
How This Evolves
In the initial visit your chiropractor will review medical history, and ask about current pain, using a spinal adjustment to check for misalignments. This is a good time to ask questions and learn more.
You should wear comfortable clothing for the visit. You will lie on your stomach on a special table in an open room for the adjustment. When you are adjusted, you may experience pain relief in the neck, back, sciatica or other joints. You may also be surprised and pleased to experience results such as new energy, sharper awareness, improved digestion or better metabolism.
Overall, the chiropractor’s goal will be to seek relief for any pain that you have, and help you maintain your normal routines, without pain medications or surgery. You may find you want to do weekly 15-minute visits for regular adjustments, or set up another pattern of visits.
The Magic of Monitoring
Ongoing monitoring by your chiropractor is one of the special dividends that you get, in contrast to visiting a physician. Often we see our doctors only when we are ill. Prescriptions are given and we may not see them again for some time. In contrast, chiropractic often evolves into a regular pattern of visits, that allows the chiropractor to monitor progress, and catch any new problems at very early stages.
If chiropractic intrigues you, stop by The Joint Chiropractic near you and find out more. The Joint has simplified everything. No appointments are needed. Clinics are open on weekends and evenings. And a private affordable care program eliminates the need for insurance. Walk-in visits are welcome.