Performing Activity

High Performing Back = High Performing Activity

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Care for your active body starts with a healthy lifeline.

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Most folks don’t realize how essential chiropractic care is to your overall health.

Far too many people still believe that chiropractic care is needed only when one has a severe headache or low back pain.  Truth is, millions of folks get adjusted regularly to improve their health and their body’s functionality and performance.

The benefits of consistent chiropractic care include:

  • better athletic performance
  • faster, more complete recovery from injuries
  • better nervous system function, which controls every aspect of your body
  • better immune system function, to fight off disease naturally
  • healthier moms–easier pregnancy and delivery
  • healthier kid–fewer ear infections, asthma, and bed-wetting
  • more energy and productivity
  • better balance
  • more stabilit
  • overall natural vitality.

What makes chiropractors different from other health care professionals is their focus on the spine to evaluate the body’s performance.  The spine consists of many movable parts, along with thirty-one pairs of spinal nerves extending down from the brain.  The nerves leave the spinal column and form a complicated network that influences every living tissue in your body.  Stress in all forms (physical, mental, emotional) such as accidents, falls, tension, overexertion, injuries, and countless other factors can result in displacements or derangements of the spinal column, causing irritation to spinal nerve roots.  These irritations are often what cause malfunctions in the human body.  By reducing or eliminating irritation, your body can operate more efficiently and comfortably.

A healthy body is not just the absence of pain or illness.  Start preparing your body to make the most of all your summer activities and to perform at its optimum level.

Visit Root’s video archives:

Dr. Herold teaches us about the spine and the importance of taking care of our backs.

Pam Blair speaks about caring for the back with yoga practice.