How Chiropractic Can Keep You Centered
By Sandy Schroeder
The whole person approach to life seems to work best. When you are wide awake alert, and your body feels rested and strong, nothing is impossible. The day’s tasks, the family’s needs, your own dreams, are all there ready to go.
But how do you keep that power going?
The best answer right now might be chiropractic. Your local clinic, The Joint Chiropractic, can show you how to make the most of your body and your mind with an ongoing wellness maintenance plan.
The Joint focuses on the health of the spine. When your spine works well, everything else has a chance to do so too. As your body's command center, the spine houses the delicate nervous tissue that governs everything you do. Without it, you would not be able to do that morning run, have an amazing workday, or join the family for an evening romp. Every nerve and muscle connection comes from central headquarters, your spine.
Smart Maintenance Strategy
It starts with the first visit to your chiropractor, with a spinal adjustment that corrects any misalignments, known as subluxations, that you have. At that point you may achieve far-reaching relief for any back, neck or sciatica pain that you have. You may also feel more energy, better digestion and improved metabolism. Or, it could help you with arthritis, headaches, and knee, shoulder, wrist, or elbow pain.
Along with the spinal adjustment, the chiropractor will want to review your medical history and talk about your daily activities. The goal will be to relieve pain and maintain normal activities without pain medication or surgery.
Then the two of you can put together a maintenance plan that could become weekly 15-minute chiropractic maintenance sessions, with stress reduction tactics, heathier foods, and better new exercises.
You really can focus on the whole person you want to be, and get results, as you put a regular plan into place.
A Plan in Action
I know a whole string of people who are using this approach, and loving it. They do weekly 15-minute chiropractic sessions, and they follow up with mind and body maintenance in ways that suit them, such as tai chi, yoga, running or jogging.
Most of them involve their families too because they see how well this works. With individual health profiles on file, they are prepared for everything, kids’ sports injuries, mom and dad’s back and neck aches, and senior family members’ bouts with arthritis and sciatica.
If this sounds like the most direct answer for you, stop by The Joint Chiropractic, and get started. It’s easy. The Joint provides private affordable care plans eliminating the need for insurance. Visits are flexible with weekday, weekend and evening hours available. Walk-in visits are welcome. See you there.