Most professional athletes are under chiropractic care because chiropractic can improve athletic performance. Experts estimate that 90% of professional athletes get adjusted. Every NFL team has a chiropractor. From golf pros like Tiger Woods to NFL players like Tony Brady, professional athletes talk about their game changed because they were adjusted. Getting adjusted improves your athletic performance! Its common knowledge that chiropractic can help back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, immune function, and overall health
Chiropractic can help shoulder pain.
Chiropractic can help shoulder and arm pain! Although Chiropractors are known for treating conditions of the spine (back pain, neck pain), chiropractic care can be beneficial in relieving pain and stiffness of the shoulder and arm. Some common shoulder conditions include: tendonitisfrozen shoulderrotator cuff injurybursitisstrain/sprain injury Frozen shoulder can be severely painful and limiting. Simple activities such as getting dressed or combing your hair may become difficult. It is important to maintain the range of
Get a better nights sleep.
Best Sleep Position. One of the questions I ask during my initial consultation is “What position do you sleep in?”. Most people have never considered this as a possible contributor to their condition. I always cringe when I hear “on my stomach.” Not only does this flatten the normal curves of the spine, but the head/neck is forced to maintain rotation and the arms are never in a good place. I have done posture analysis
Proper pelvic alignment is essential for optimal fetal growth, fetal positioning, and delivery. Many of my expecting moms are referred to my practice because they are either having lower back and pelvic pain, or they are carrying a baby who is breech. Chiropractic adjustments can help with both! The pelvis is made of 3 bones, 2 “wings” called the ilia, and the sacrum which is the triangular bone at the bottom of our spine. The
Posture is the window to the spine and poor posture can indicate there is a problem with a person’s spine and nervous system. One of the first indicators of poor posture is a slouching or forward head posture. This posture closes down on lymphatic drainage in the neck and will cause more strain on the posterior neck muscles. It also increases the weight bearing on the discs and can lead to premature arthritis of the