How to Energize Your Family's Lifestyle
By Sandy Schroeder
Most of us would love to find a blissful mix of relaxed comfort, and healthy activity for our kids. Slow moving Saturdays, with time for big breakfasts and favorite movies, might be paired with busy Sundays in which everybody heads out to the park or onto a court. Whatever lifestyle you would like to create, great health and wellness support will definitely help to make it a reality.
Right now chiropractic seems to be in the lead as a favored choice for that job. More and more people are describing it as “positively different,” and the medical community has designated chiropractic as “the conservative first choice,” ahead of prescription medications or surgery.
If you stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you, you can make a hands-on assessment of this whole person, natural approach to wellness.
The Chiropractic Approach
Licensed chiropractors lay the groundwork for a healthy spine, which could contribute to a healthier, more active lifestyle. Using spinal adjustments to correct any misalignments may create pain relief in areas such as the back, neck, sciatic nerve or other joints. Many patients also note more energy, more mental clarity, improved sleep, or better digestion.
Finding out how this pattern of wellness could work for you and your family could be inspiring. New targets for fitness, healthier meals, and more varied activities are logical offshoots to pursue.
I have many friends and relatives, who have been using chiropractic wellness assistance for their families for some time. Whenever they were needed, their chiropractors were there, helping to keep their families going.
On a broader scale, numerous reports of chiropractic success can be found around the country. According to the White Paper, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, 2016 – “Chiropractic, A Safer Strategy than Opiates,” the Journal, Spine, published a study reporting: “Reduced odds of surgery were observed for those whose first provider was a chiropractor - 42.7 percent of workers, with back injuries, who first saw a surgeon had surgery, in contrast to only 1.5 percent of those who saw a chiropractor.”
Another two-year study, that analyzed data from 85,000 Blue Cross Blue Shield beneficiaries in Tennessee, concluded: Low back pain initiated with a chiropractor saves 40 percent on health care costs when compared with care initiated through a medical doctor.
To find out more, visit The Joint Chiropractic clinic in your community. An affordable care program has eliminated the need for insurance, and clinics offer extended weekend and evening hours for your convenience. No appointments are needed.