If You Are Not Careful, Leaves Can Put You Down
By Tom Herrin
By the time fall arrives each year, most people are worn out by summer. The heat has likely taken a toll, humidity has seemed relentless, and the difficulty in doing much outdoors has grown old. Fall is a great season. There are some things, however, that make it a bit of a chore. Falling leaves come regardless of people’s readiness. The thing about leaves is that once they begin falling, it is almost as if there is no end. Those people who are a little more aggressive at trying to get them up early and fast can get caught up in their own enthusiasm. The zeal can lead to back pain. If this happens with you and your leaves, the next step should be to visit a chiropractor.
What Is With Leaves?
Back pain has very little to do with leaves and a whole lot to do with enthusiasm. As people become inspired to get as much done as possible to get it out of the way, they run the risk of straining the muscles that provide support for the back. The bending, raking, lifting, and dragging can overwork muscles which have not been used recently. The lack of conditioning can leave the muscles vulnerable to strain. When this happens, the spine is vulnerable to injury. A joint dysfunction can occur, which places pressure on a nerve. This results in pain.
Relief Is Available
The main thing to remember when people have pain is that chiropractors are preferred by a majority of people over others as a source of relief for back pain. They can perform adjustments in which they gently manipulate the spine so that the injured joint is restored to its proper position. This relieves the pressure from the nerve and the pain from the person. It is all natural, so there is no risk of addiction to pain medication.
"Dance With Who Brung You"
As the old football saying goes, when something works, stay with it. Once you feel the relief a chiropractor can bring, you will want to have regular visits. At The Joint Chiropractic, they have flexible plans for your needs. No insurance is required, no appointments are necessary. They are open days and evenings, weekdays and weekends at all of their more than 380 locations nationwide. Don’t let leaves put you down. If you have back pain, drop in at The Joint Chiropractic today.
To learn more about your health and wellness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Atlanta, Ga.