Tuesday, June 23, 2009

I heart my chiropractor!

Chiropractor Pictures, Images and Photos

Ok, so for those of you who have never been to a chiropractor, it is a must. I went for the first time in January after I fell outside at work. A coworker mentioned that I should go. So I took her up on her offer. All I can say is R-E-L-I-E-F!

I thought chiropractors were just for back pain. They are soo much more. They can alleviate back pain, shoulder and neck pain, tight muscles, headaches, sore arms and legs, bad hips, sinus pressure and pain, plus so much more. I even slept better after a few visits.

I had a really bad migraine headache last weekend and then was having a stiff neck and back and dull headaches all week long. I dropped by to see him today and after a quick 5 minute adjustment. I felt so much better. Plus my sinus pressure and drainage was gone, just like that.

If you don't have one, get one! You won't be sorry!


Anton Houskeeper said...

We all want to be free from pain. The experience of chronic pain prevents us from functioning to the best that we could in our daily activities -- be at work or at play. In this regard, visiting a licensed chiropractor is something to think about. Choose someone you trust and to whom you feel most at ease with.

Clare Bob said...

I believe that you had a better and more productive performance on your job after that relief you had. You’re in a better mood whenever you’re at home doing some tasks, aren’t you? I’ll take your word then try to convince some of my friends to try that out as well.

Edwina Andreas said...

Those are just some of the reasons why most people are going for chiropractic care. The treatment is undeniably fast, safe, and effective, and it provides so many advantages that can benefit people of all ages. Aside from the fact that it can reduce back pain and severe headaches, it can also be an efficient treatment for pregnant women since it can help them give birth easily. On the other hand, chiropractic care can likewise reduce the stress of employees, prevent spinal pain among the elderly, and ease spinal subluxations that cause nerve interference in babies.

Edwina Andreas