Whatever Happens, Chiropractic Helps
By Sandy Schroeder
Life can surprise you sometimes. Just when you think you have everything under control, new things start to happen. Sports injuries suddenly slow down the fun in Saturday morning soccer games for your child. Or a new surge of arthritis in the knee starts to undermine mobility for the senior in your family.
Whatever happens to you or your loved ones, The Joint Chiropractic may be able to help. Stop by and find out why everyone is talking about chiropractic, and what it can do for you.
The Joint is staffed with licensed chiropractors who see everyone from toddlers to teens, and adults to seniors, on a daily basis.
When you come in with your child, your senior, or just on your own, you will find a wellness center focused on spinal health. Your chiropractor will explain how dysfunctions in the spine can create body breakdowns. He or she will also explain how a spinal adjustment may help provide pain relief and generate extra benefits such as more energy, better mental focus, or a more relaxed feeling.
Whatever has happened, you may find chiropractic becoming the ongoing health and wellness strategy that works. Your child may soon be back on the field kicking a winning goal, and your senior may be out there watching the game. Wellness is a very individual matter, but heathy results tend to happen a lot when spinal health is improved.
Chiropractic may improve nerve communication in the body, joint motion and coordination, or physical function. It may also help to provide relief for the back, neck, leg, knee, foot, ankle, arm, wrist, shoulder or elbow, and help arthritis and bursitis.
This approach has earned chiropractic a huge amount of approval. Nationwide reports of approval for chiropractic have been noted in the White Paper, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, 2016 – “Chiropractic, A Safer Strategy than Opiates.”
In a study of North Carolina patients seeking treatment for acute low back pain from various health care professionals including primary care physicians, chiropractors, and orthopedic surgeons, researchers found that those who visited a chiropractor had a higher degree of satisfaction in the care they received.
If this sounds like a support system that you could use in your life, stop by The Joint Chiropractic and get started. The Joint provides an affordable care program that eliminates the need for insurance, and the doors are open seven days a week. Evening hours are available and no appointments are needed. Walk-in visits are welcome.