When Pain Begins to Add Up Your Chiropractor Can Help
By Sandy Schroeder
It’s easy to ignore small twinges, but increasing pain demands answers. If you usually get by with over-the-counter pain medications, or a hot shower, your pain may be muffled but not gone.
Some mornings start with a stiff neck. Later in the day it may become a nagging backache. Either way, a fresh answer would be welcome.
Your chiropractor specializes in those answers with an overall approach to spinal health and wellness that many have found to be entirely different.
The medical community has designated chiropractic as the “conservative first choice,” ahead of pain prescription medication or elective surgery. In response, a majority of Americans are now choosing chiropractic first for drug-free pain relief.
Seeing Your Chiropractor
To find out what this could mean for you, stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic in your community. The Joint’s staff of licensed chiropractors help everyone, from teens to seniors, find pain relief on a regular basis.
Pain in the back, neck, legs, arms, hands or feet can be caused by joint restrictions that may respond to chiropractic adjustments. The adjustment is a gentle application of a targeted movement to improve the motion of the body’s spinal column and extremities.
You may feel pain relief, along with more alertness, energy, and mental focus. You may also enjoy better metabolism, digestion or sleep.
On A New Wellness Path
As you evaluate your pain relief, you may want to use weekly 15-minute adjustments to maintain your newfound wellness. Often, this inspires more wellness efforts. I have watched individuals start eating healthier, add more activities to their schedules, and rethink their whole daily routine as their pain lifted.
Some individuals discover this pain relief in mid-career. They quickly bring their families into the loop, too. Teens benefit from backpack and posture adjustments, and seniors welcome help with sciatica or arthritis. By the time these people reach retirement, they may be traveling, playing with grandchildren, or exploring new hobbies. Throughout the whole process, their chiropractors were there, providing the needed support.
To find out how chiropractic might work for you, stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you. No appointments or insurance referrals are needed. Walk-in visits are welcome, and private affordable care programs eliminate the need for insurance. Weekend and evening hours are available.
To learn more about your health and wellness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic.