2014 February
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2014 February

Chiropractic and Your Heart

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Taking care of your heart may be something you don’t think about everyday, but it should be!

There’s one simple thing you can do to take care of your heart. Are you ready for it?

See your chiropractor.

Why? Eliminating interference in your body may help it function properly and fight heart disease better. And chiropractic care does just that. How?

Lower Your Blood Pressure. Adjustments may help keep your blood pressure down by enhancing certain nervous system functions that decrease your heart rate.

Relieve Stress. By eliminating pains and discomfort through regular adjustments, your body might thrive!

Welcome Immunity. Chiropractic care has been known to boost immunity. And, stronger immunity means a stronger heart.

Nutritional and Wellness Support. We’re here to support you and show you ways you can take care of your heart with healthy foods, exercise and more.

Give chiropractic a try!

Adjustment Addiction?

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Are you fearful that you’ll become “addicted” to chiropractic adjustments? Is that possible? Is it an addiction to want to feel your best?

Many of our patients choose to come in on a regular basis when they’re feeling great. Not because they have to, but because they want to. Why?

• To detect new subluxations early
• To avoid a relapse
• To stay well and feeling great

When patients understand what we do and why we do it, some just can’t stay away. It’s really about priorities.

How much of a priority to place on your health when compared with the other demands on your time and money?

Regardless of your priority, please know we’re honored to be of service. Our job is to provide you with the very best chiropractic care possible, and your job is to decide how much of it you want.

Pain Is Rarely the Problem

Do you think the pain you’re having is the problem? It’s not. It’s a symptom of a problem.

Yes, pain is there. It can be intermittent or constant. It can be sharp, dull, in one spot or over a broader area. It distracts you. It irritates you. It hampers your lifestyle.

But pain is not the problem! It is a signal from your body. Pain tells you your body has exceeded some physical, chemical or emotional limit and it can no longer adapt to handle it.

We want to find the underlying cause of your pain. Did it begin recently or has it been with you a long time? What circumstances bring on the pain? What changes can be made to avoid it in the future?

If you know someone who thinks pain is their problem, send them our way. We know that pain is never the problem!