Delays have dangerous ends.

Why is should I return if I'm feeling fine? You entered a chiropractic office feeling terrible and now you are experiencing wonders if what happens when your body and nervous system are subluxation-free. You have structural stress and can send more healing energy throughout your entire being. You'd be happy to return if your health deteriorates to the point where you feel terrible again but your chiropractor suggests you return even if you feel fine.  Why should I retrun if I'm feeling fine ? You may ask. Why not wait?

Of course you can wait until you're miserable again, but should you? You may be making a big mistake if you wait until you have symptoms to do something about your health. Lack of pain is a poor way of determining how healthy you are. In fact, it can be dangerous. We've seen people looking like death warmed over who" feel fine".They are walking targets, waiting for disease to strike before they decide to do anything about their health. They "feel fine" but are tired, have aches and pains, headaches and backaches. Too many people who " feel fine" one day have a sudden heart attack, stroke, debilitating pain or are diagnosed with a serious disease such as cancer the next day. 

How often can you get adjusted ? You may ask.

When you are just starting a new treatment plan, it's common to have adjustments multiple times a week. As your body begins to heal, that number could drop to just once a week. If a subluxation is corrected early, there is no permanent damage. However, if left un-treated, the muscle, tendons and even cells affected can "remember" this misalignment and can reset to this being their default or normal status. That's why it normally takes multiple visits to a chiropractor to relieve all of your symptoms.  And if you are subluxation-free and simply want to maintain your lifestyle, you might only need to get an adjustment once or twice a month 

Author : Tedd Koren, DC


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