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Consider Chiropractic During March Observances

By Brandi Goodman

Many March observances come to light during the month. Nutrition Month, Kidney Month, and Cheerleading Safety Month are just a few of them. Consider chiropractic as you acknowledge these occasions and use this kind of care to your advantage.

Nutrition Month

You might wonder what the chiropractor has to do with nutrition. Well, certain foods you eat can have a major impact on your joints. Eating processed foods can sometimes cause inflammation. Healthy foods, such as spinach, kale, walnuts, and apples can prove beneficial for joint health. They can reduce inflammation and provide antioxidants that help keep toxins at bay. Your chiropractor may tell you all this and more when you go for a visit. 

Kidney Month

Kidney Month is often advertised for those struggling with kidney disease. Before you ever even get an inclination that your kidneys are failing, you can use chiropractic care and advice to help you keep the organs as strong as possible. Subluxations in place can inhibit your body's ability to allow blood and oxygen to flow as needed. Your kidneys need to filter blood for your body to remain healthy. Restrictions in the way of that process can be detrimental. Get an adjustment to ensure these joint restrictions are corrected and not in the way of your body's natural processes. 

Cheerleading Safety Month

Whether you're a cheerleader at your high school or cheer for a national sports team, the strenuous workouts and practices you need to accomplish can be hard on your body. Working with a chiropractor -- especially during Cheerleading Safety Month -- is a great help. You get to keep your body in good shape, ensuring no joint restrictions are inhibiting your movement. You may be advised on particular targeted exercises that can improve strength in an area that's hurting regularly. You'll also gain a level of injury prevention that athletes like you need.

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

Chiropractic won't be able to treat multiple sclerosis. What it can do, however, is offer some relief for certain symptoms. People with the disease often experience pain from nerve damage and an inability to use their full range of motion. Chiropractic can help to ease some of the pain felt and keep the body moving to the best of its abilities. Regular adjustments may prolong the decline of mobility and help keep you on your feet for as long as possible.

No matter the month or the observance, seeing a chiropractor for what you're celebrating can bring many benefits. Use regular chiropractic care and additional advice during the times you're inquiring about to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. 

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Henderson, Nev.

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