The REAL New Year
It’s that time of year again! It’s time for those gym memberships to spike and 24hour fitness stocks to rise. You did know that losing weight/starting to workout is one of the most common New Year’s Resolutions, right? Just do a Google search for “Top New Year’s Resolutions” and it’s probably on every single list. Other common resolutions include reducing stress, getting more sleep, and just to live a healthier lifestyle (all things Chiropractic can help with!)
What’s preventing you from keeping that Resolution beyond the month of January each year? Do your knees ache after running too much on a treadmill? Do you throw your back out due to excessive weight training? Or do you just feel like it’s too much and need that extra something to keep you going? Chiropractic may be your answer.
Chiropractic will help reduce fatigue, balance muscle groups, increase range of motion, and eliminate pain and inflammation among many other positive things. So do your knees really ache because of a muscle imbalance in your quads and hamstrings? Does your back go out because of a mis-aligned spinal bone? So do you lose motivation and need a health coach along the way?
Dr. Scott and I both have a strong background in exercise and sports science in addition to Chiropractic. We’ve both gone through formal training to help athletes and avid gym goers achieve their goals. We are both happy to help our patients achieve much more than relieving neck and back pain. We are here to help our patients achieve maximum wellness.
Although Chiropractic cannot simply make you lose weight, it can help you achieve that goal among other goals to live a healthier lifestyle. Most importantly chiropractic can not only treat the aches and pains you may be dealing with, but it prevents injury and re-injury through regular Chiropractic visits.
Those of you who have experienced chiropractic you know firsthand how it can help you live a healthier life and complement your New Year’s Resolution. For those of you that have not, please make chiropractic a part of how you will achieve your New Year’s Resolution.
Yours in Health,