Most of us know that prevention is much easier than repair. Especially when we’re young, we can easily forget how important our posture is and the affect it can have in adulthood. Posture plays a vital role in back pain and other types of dysfunction that can happen down the road.
Neurologically based chiropractic care has the ability to help prevent problems before they even occur. Research shows that chiropractic care improves posture, therefore aiding in lowering the probability of back pain in the future. Less subluxation of the spine equals better quality of life and the ability to do what we love without the distraction of pain.
Everyone at some point plays video games, looks down at a phone, has to sit for long periods at a computer, or stand for long periods at work. Wear and tear is inevitable, but getting adjusted gives relief to the dysfunction that’s bound to happen.
“After his first visit Carson’s neck was relaxed!”
For years, Carson suffered with a stiff neck and an awkward upper-body sway as he walked. He never enjoyed normal childhood activities such as running. Nothing helped Carson until his parents understood that neurologically based chiropractic care works to remove nerve interference which affects the whole body. Josh and Maria were willing to try anything for their 12-year-old son and started bringing Carson in regularly for adjustments. After his first visit, his neck was relaxed. A stiff neck was all Carson ever knew up until this point. After the second visit, he absolutely lost the sway in his upper body! Carson’s family is seeing amazing results in the way his body is functioning under regular chiropractic care.
“We recommend chiropractic care!”
“Chiropractic care has been well explained by Dr. Micheal and his staff, especially regarding cause, effect, and outcome. Down the road, Carson will avoid medication and possible surgery by having this corrected.”
-Josh, Maria, & Carson
Gubbels, C. M., Werner, J.T., Oakley, P. A., & Harrison, D. E. (2019). Reductoin of thoraco-lumbar junctional kyphosis, posterior sagittal balance, and increase of lumbar lordosis and sacral inclination by case report. Journal of Physical Therapy Science, 31(10). 839-843. doi: 10.1589/jpts.31.839