Double Dip! Get Healthy With Chiropractic and Tai Chi
By Sandy Schroeder
If you are tired of all of your fitness routines and health strategies, you may want to explore chiropractic's support and tai chi's magic.
Chiropractic Turns the Page
More and more people are discovering how much chiropractic can do. When you visit The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you, you will discover a wellness center staffed with doctors of chiropractic who help individuals find natural solutions for pain and healthy answers for fitness and wellness.
The chiropractic approach focuses on a healthy spine that often translates into improved overall health. When you come in, bring your concerns and your goals. Whatever hurts -- or whatever you want to change -- may find a natural, drug-free answer here.
A gentle targeted spinal adjustment may provide far-reaching pain relief for your back, neck, knees or other joints or muscles. At the same time you may experience improved mental clarity, more energy, and better sleep. Benefits are unique to the individual. As you assess yours, you may want to use weekly 15-minute spinal adjustments to keep the benefits coming. At the same time you may want to add a little tai chi.
Tai Chi Adds the Magic
This ancient practice may have up-to-the-minute benefits for you as you build your strength, improve your balance and reduce stress. Relief from joint pain, greater mobility and lower blood pressure may also occur. Wherever you are with fitness and mobility, a tai chi class may help you get where you want to go. I found peace, strength and pain-relief in a wonderful tai chi class held in a local park. Harvard Health lists these benefits.
Lift your spirit - Researchers found tai chi lowered anxiety and elevated mood. They recommend it as a way to treat depression without drugs.
Reduce the risk of falling - You may cut your risk of falls in half as you strengthen muscles and improve balance.
Ease pain - Several clinical trials found tai chi provided relief from neck, back, arthritis and fibromyalgic pain.
Protect your heart - Researchers endorsed tai chi as a way to strengthen the heart as it eases stress and builds muscle.
Spark new ideas - Researchers believe tai chi can help reduce age-related mental decline and slow dementia.
Energize your days - As you strengthen muscles and increase mind control, tai chi may make everything just a bit better.
Check your community for local tai chi classes, or view some online. Then observe a class and talk with the teacher about your needs and goals.
When you are ready, see The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you to relieve pain and enjoy new wellness. No reservations are needed and weekend and evening hours are available. Affordable personal healthcare plans eliminate the hassle of insurance.
To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Lexington, S.C.