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Garden Time! Prevent Back Pain With Chiropractic Care

By Genevieve Cunningham

It's the perfect time of year to plant a garden. Whether you're an old pro or a newbie in the garden world, there's no denying that spring gardening is a wonderful hobby for both body and mind. But let's take an honest moment: Gardening is hard work. You'll need to put in the research, the time, and some good old fashioned hustle. And this hustle -- the hard work that is required of your body -- can create some uncomfortable situations, especially in your back. If you'd like to enjoy your garden with a little less pain, take a look at these tips for a pain-free garden experience this year.

Benefits of Gardening

If you haven't planted a garden before, you may be wondering whether it's really worth it. If it's likely to cause pain, why would you do it at all? But the benefits of gardening far outweigh any potential pain. Those who garden are able to spend time outside where they can soak up sunshine and breathe fresh air. This supports both mental and physical health. But gardening is also hard work. You'll have to dig, stoop, crawl, pull weeds, and engage in other muscle-building, calorie-burning activities. And at the end of the day, you'll still have fresh, organic food! If you want better health, you really can't go wrong with trying your hand at a garden. 

The Aches and Pains

Though the benefits are worth it, it's likely that you'll come away from the gardening experience with a bit of discomfort. When we spend time bent over, on our knees, or using our backs for manual labor, we often get aches and pains in the back and neck. And those pains may spill over to other areas of the body as well. While proper form will go a long way in preventing pain, it's also important to treat the discomfort and keep your body in good health. 

The Benefit of Seeing a Chiropractor

One of the best ways to keep your body healthy -- whether you garden or not -- is with the help of a chiropractor. Chiropractors are able to use a gentle procedure to remove joint restrictions and release pain and tension. For gardeners, this is a huge benefit that can keep the gardening experience far more enjoyable. And along with the pain relief, you may experience a wider range of motion, fewer headaches, better focus, better sleep, and many other benefits. Keeping your back and neck healthy are important if you plan to keep a garden. Actually, it's important in everyday life! Get to the chiropractic clinic to get started on a path to less pain and better health. 

If you would like to see a chiropractor to ease pains and make gardening more enjoyable, check out The Joint Chiropractic. At The Joint, getting care is easier than ever before. Just use their walk-in visits and affordable pricing to get the care you need without the extra stress or hassle. Chiropractic care is a natural, gentle way to keep your back healthy and strong. Don't wait! Get moving toward better health and pain-free living with a quick stop at The Joint Chiropractic today.

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

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