Lack of physical activity is one of the foremost problems in American society today
While we are at a standpoint of knowing that exercise is beneficial, the medical community is still at a loss as to explain how exercise causes the observed benefits. And while thousands of theories abound, we still have no definitive, commonly-accepted scientific explanation for the way exercise affects our biology to create positive changes. However, you don’t have to bury yourself in theory to realize that exercise does create positive changes:
- Exercise benefits every single part of the body
- Exercise makes you more able.
- Exercise improves mood
- Exercise increases energy levels
- Exercise prevents the onset of serious injury and illness
Exercise is the single best thing you can start doing for your body. When was the last time you hit the 150-minute-per-week goal of exercising?
Chiropractic care does not end when you leave the office
Chiropractic adjustment seeks to apply a controlled force to a spinal joint in order to move it back into alignment with the rest of the spine, thus alleviating compression from nearby nerves, correcting the body’s physical function and structural alignment and balancing the muscles in the back. Many people find that they experience significantly less pain and enjoy a greater range of motion immediately after a chiropractic adjustment. By alleviating nerve compression and aligning the spine, significant improvements are made in a person’s range of motion and, thus, flexibility. But what happens when you leave the office?