Already Thinking of Next Year? Cool It with Chiropractic
By Sandy Schroeder
Once we roll up the trappings of summer, the holidays start dropping like dominoes, and stress plays tag with our heads as we see ourselves sliding toward the new year.
Realistically, this time of year does go way too fast. There’s too much to do and too little time to do it. But we all insist it must be done with laughter, style and merriment. Or, at least that’s what the commercials would have us believe.
If you would actually like to savor the end of the year with friends and loved ones, coming away with some wonderful memories, The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you might be able to help.
Stop by and find out more about the chiropractic approach. In your first visit, your chiropractor will talk about the health of your spine, explaining why a well adjusted spine might be the way to create a more well adjusted you, primed with the health and energy needed for the end-of-the-year run.
The Chiropractic Answer
Your chiropractor will use a spinal adjustment, ask about any pain that you are having and review your daily routine and medical history. In the process, you may experience new pain relief in the neck, back, sciatica or other joints. At the same time you may also feel more relaxed, less stressed, more energetic and more alert.
Wellness is a very individual thing. As you experience your benefits from chiropractic treatment, you may want to set up weekly 15-minute sessions that may become more and more important as the holidays pick up speed.
I have watched many friends and relatives use this chiropractic approach to smooth out any new painful twinges, and to prop them up as their schedules began to wear them down.
Wherever you are right now, chiropractic may have the right answers for seeking pain relief and energy backup.
Looking closer at reports of widespread patient satisfaction, the White Paper, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, 2016 - Chiropractic, A Safer Strategy than Opiates, reported a recent study of North Carolina patients seeking treatment for acute low back pain from primary care physicians, chiropractors, and orthopedic surgeons. Researchers found patients who saw a chiropractor had a higher degree of satisfaction in the care they received.
Another report in the journal Spine compared family physician care to spinal manipulative treatment by chiropractors. The results showed significantly greater improvement in specific function with chiropractic therapy.
If you would like to line up a little end-of-the-year support too, stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you and get started. A private affordable care program eliminates the need for insurance. Extended weekend and evening hours make visits easy, and no appointments are needed. See you there.