Why More People Say Chiropractic Is the Way To Go
I have friends of all ages. Some are young and constantly on the go traveling around the world. They are always up for whatever happens next. Others are well into their careers, homes and families and usually pretty intent on their careers and day to day schedules. Finally, I know a whole group of seniors who have paid their dues and are now enjoying comfortable retirements.
When I talk to people from each of these groups asking them what they do about pain flare ups such as neck, back or muscle pain, the universal response is to see the chiropractor. They have learned through some painful episodes that chiropractors have the experience and skills to tackle any of the flare ups.
One of my active friends came back from a long trip to find his back was not happy from all of the air travel and constant lugging of oversized backpacks. It took a few sessions but the chiropractor helped him find relief. Another friend with a family and a lot of career demands also ran into back trouble, probably from too many household moving projects, and too little rest. The chiropractor also helped him find relief.
The Annals of Internal Medicine tell us chiropractic is the largest, most regulated, and best recognized of the complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) professions. CAM patient surveys show chiropractors are used more often than any other alternative provider group and patient satisfaction with chiropractic care is very high. There is steadily increasing patient use of chiropractic in the United States, which has tripled in the past two decades.
Find Out More – See Your Chiropractor
No matter where you are in your daily routines, your chiropractor can help you learn more about protecting your body and avoiding injury. They will also have helpful suggestions for tuning up your exercises, learning how to relax, eating better, and getting the most out of life.
The chiropractor’s goal is to help bring pain relief whenever possible without medications or surgery. In the initial visit the chiropractor will do a spinal adjustment to evaluate the health of the spine, take a full medical history and discuss what is going on, and what daily activities look like. In chiropractic visits the focus is on a healthy spine, insuring the whole nervous system is working well. If you need help solving painful twinges or have more serious issues, visit your chiropractor and find out what can be done to get things back to normal.
When life suddenly becomes not OK, your chiropractor is there to help you work through the problem and seek to restore quality of life.
Don’t wait until issues become chronic, or small twinges become real pain, make an appointment today.