1. You Work at a Desk
Sitting for long periods of time stresses the body and increases the risk of injury. Poor posture and lack of regular movement can create imbalances and lead to back and spine damage. Regular adjustments can relieve tension and pain, as well prevent future harm.
2. You Have Limited Range of Motion
Limited range of motion can cause movement to become stiff or painful, and if not treated can cause a myriad of health problems as your body tries to compensate for the lack of mobility. If you have trouble bending over, raising your arms, or turning your head, your chiropractor can help restore proper alignment to alleviate pain and improve movement and flexibility.
3. You Have Experienced Trauma
Physical trauma can cause imbalances, pain, and chronic health issues. Chiropractic treatment can correct these imbalances and help heal the injuries that result from physical trauma. Rather than use medication to alleviate the symptoms of an injury, chiropractic care treats the injury itself, offering long-term healing and pain relief. If you have been in an accident, fallen, or experienced an injury, large or small, chiropractic care can help speed recovery and restore proper function to the body.
4. You Live and Active Lifestyle
Exercise is important for overall health, but it can cause wear and tear on the body, especially for athletes. Chiropractic adjustments can help to improve performance, as well as treat and prevent sports related injuries.
5. You Experience A Lot of Stress
Stress can degrade the body just as effectively as physical injury by creating tension in the muscles and causing systemic inflammation. Chiropractic adjustments can aid nervous system function and help reduce overall stress.