Restoration Care

Restoration Care

  Undertaking a restoration project can be a harrowing task.  Depending on how much wear, tear and neglect you're faced with, it could take several months and a lot of money to get your rusted classic back to the way it looked in its glory days. Getting your spine back in shape can be a big restoration project too.  Instead of re-chroming the bumpers, painting the trim and removing the rust, your Chiropractor will attempt to bring your spinal range of motion back to operating specs, correct any bad vertebral alignment issues and halt the progression of arthritic degeneration with protective care - all in an effort to undo years of neglect and poor maintenance on your part. Too often, people leave spinal care out of their health regimen - waiting until something 'breaks down' before they give it proper attention.  Unfortunately when it comes to your spine, it's impossible to replace original parts once they've worn.  So please, take care of the ones you have now.   Thanks for Telling the Story... If you're a Chiropractor or CA, help your patients get the Big Idea with a fresh teaching every week! Get Stickies for Your Practice Stay Up to Date! Get notified when new Stickies are published. We promise not to share or spam your email - Sign up below! Name Email Address Get Fresh Updates Member Downloads Click the images below to download print versions of this Sticky.      Follow...
Check Your Eggs

Check Your Eggs

  How many times have you had a minor fender-bender, or a slip on the sidewalk and never gave it a second thought?  Maybe your ego was bruised, but you didn't notice any outward signs of injury.  What happened to you on the inside could be a different story. After a trauma, things may appear fine on the outside, but it doesn't mean they're OK on the inside.  That's why we open egg cartons and check the contents for hidden damage before we buy them.  The same goes for your spine after any jolt.  What may seem like a minor bump from the outside, could actually create SUBLUXATIONS on the inside.  (Misaligned vertebrae that interfere with nerve function, and silently diminish health) What’s the smart thing to do?  Get your spine checked for SUBLUXATIONS after any trauma, no matter how big or small.  If your kid takes a tumble down the stairs - get them checked.  If your spouse backs the car into a fence post - get them checked.  If you tripped over the dog on the way to the refrigerator last night - get yourself checked too.  Life's tough enough without having to live it SUBLUXATED.   Thanks for Telling the Story... If you're a Chiropractor or CA, help your patients get the Big Idea with a fresh teaching every week! Get Stickies for Your Practice Stay Up to Date! Get notified when new Stickies are published. We promise not to share or spam your email - Sign up below! Name Email Address Get Fresh Updates Member Downloads Click the images below to download print versions of this...
Riding a Crooked Spine

Riding a Crooked Spine

  If you've ever crashed your bicycle and twisted the handle bars out of whack, you probably got up, stabilized the front tire between your knees and muscled the frame back into alignment before hopping on again.  Everyone knows riding a bike with crooked steering could put you at risk for another spill down the road. After you've crashed your body (i.e. lifted a heavy weight incorrectly, fell asleep on the couch or spent 8 hours sitting in front of a computer), your spine may also have slipped out alignment.  A healthy posture requires your head, shoulder, hips and feet to line up properly for your spine to maintain functional integrity - just like handlebars of a bike need to line up with the frame and tires to steer properly.  If one part of a mechanical structure becomes misaligned (like your head isn't balance over your shoulders, or your hips aren't balance over your feet) it will create undue stress on the rest of the system and increase the risk of catastrophic failure. If riding with crooked handle bars feels awkward, just imagine how your muscles, joints and ligaments feel when you try to perform routine, daily activities with a crooked spine.  Maybe those annoying aches and pains are telling you "...it's time for a trip to the Chiropractor to get straightened out."   Thanks for Telling the Story... If you're a Chiropractor or CA, help your patients get the Big Idea with a fresh teaching every week! Get Stickies for Your Practice Stay Up to Date! Get notified when new Stickies are published. We promise not to share...
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