Adjust Your Spine, Adjust Your Life
By Sandy Schroeder
Most of us make all kinds of adjustments on a regular basis, changing our schedules, updating our accounts, refining our approaches on family, healthcare and finances as they are needed.
But there is another adjustment that could be worth doing.
Showing what chiropractic adjustments to the spine may do for overall health is the primary focus at The Joint Chiropractic clinic in your community. The Joint chiropractors believe this is a key adjustment you could use.
The spine houses the delicate nervous system that serves as command central for everything we do. It makes sense that regular adjustments might help the body function better too.
The Spinal Adjustment
The Joint chiropractors use chiropractic adjustments to correct any dysfunctions in the spine. When the spine is realigned, patients may feel far-reaching relief in areas such as the neck, back, sciatic nerve, or other joints.
Many patients also report feeling more energy, being more relaxed, enjoying better sleep, or experiencing new mental alertness.
Wellness is a individual thing. When you visit, you can see if chiropractic is an adjustment that you could use on a regular basis. Many patients, after getting an adjustment and experiencing the advantages, choose a weekly 15-minute adjustment session to maintain their health.
They also bring in their families and ask questions about concerns such as reducing stress, losing weight, or handling work overloads.
The Wellness Path
My experience watching many families use this wellness path to adjust their lives is that they have stayed on track as they moved forward from career to retirement.
Nationwide, reports of patient satisfaction are showing up on a regular basis in examples like this. According to the White Paper, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, 2016 – “Chiropractic, A Safer Strategy than Opiates,” a study of North Carolina patients seeking treatment for acute low back pain from various health care professionals including primary care physicians, chiropractors, and orthopedic surgeons, researchers found that those who visited a chiropractor had a higher degree of satisfaction in the care they received.
The Journal Spine published a study reporting: “Reduced odds of surgery were observed for those whose first provider was a chiropractor - 42.7 percent of workers with back injuries, who first saw a surgeon had surgery, in contrast to only 1.5 percent of those who saw a chiropractor.”
If you have some curiosity about chiropractic's potential in your own life, stop by The Joint Chiropractic to discover how easy it is to get started. The Joint offers an affordable program that eliminates the need for insurance in your "personal healthcare" portfolio. The doors are open seven days a week with evening hours available. No appointments are needed.