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Why Your Spinal Alignment Matters

If you live in an industrialised society, you’ll sit for an astounding 32 years of your life. Fewer and fewer people are engaging in activities that keep their spine in good shape and ensure their mobility and fitness. Just like regular dental checkups keep your smile healthy and gorgeous, periodic chiropractic visits make sure your spine stays in proper alignment.

Too much sitting and a lack of exercise can cause numerous dangers, such as

  • Boned density loss in the spine
  • Decreased functional ability
  • Diminished quality of life
  • Increased pain
  • Inflammation
  • Scar tissue adhesions

If you don’t take care of your spine, you’ll experience the effects of trauma from improper posture, prolonged sitting, sedentary living and more. You’re more likely to have your spine’s version of a cavity, which is called a subluxation, and can form due to forces such as scar tissue adhesion.

How Chiropractic May Help You

With consistent chiropractic visits, your scar tissue adhesions can be broken up while your neurology, alignment and sensory-motor neurology is restored. In turn, spinal degeneration is prevented, a healthy range of motion and function is preserved and your quality of life enhanced. Every new patient begins their care with an extremely thorough examination including state-of-the-art technology that pinpoints the cause of the problem. Instead of taking only your symptoms into account, we use science-based methods to gather information and monitor your progress.

Though chiropractic care is our area of focus, we give advice to our patients on how to keep their spines healthy in other ways, too. We’ll be happy to discuss proper exercises to restore your mobility, how to remember the correct posture when sitting and tips that can get you up and moving during the day.

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