An Interview with a Chiropractor: 5 Reasons to Get Your Spine Checked

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Healthy Lifestyle11 Comments

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Do you go to a chiropractor?  Are you unsure what benefit you will receive from one?

Many people look at chiropractic as a fix for bad backs, but chiropractic is a lot more in depth than that!

I interviewed my brother, Tommy John, about 5 reasons why everyone (even children)should have their spines checked by a chiropractor. And, guess what?! … none of the reasons have to do with back pain!

This interview was originally posted over at Nourishing Our Children.

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and find out how chiropractic can work for you!  Then go get your spine checked!

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11 Comments on “An Interview with a Chiropractor: 5 Reasons to Get Your Spine Checked”

  1. Chiropractors recognize that many factors affect your health, including exercise, nutrition, sleep, environment and heredity. Chiropractic focuses on maintaining your health naturally to help your body resist disease, rather than simply treating the symptoms of disease.

  2. I have a bad back and have always been skeptical about visiting a chiropractor. I also suffer from si joint pain (got it during my first pregnancy). Maybe it’s time I tried those therapy sessions after all. Living with back pain is no easy feat!

  3. Chiropractic’s focus on the spinal structure and nervous system is so important since they’re in growth and development stages. Chiropractors are also huge educators on how to optimize performance through healthy lifestyles. The treatments enjoyed significant improvement in the capillary count that leads to a healthy oxygenation of blood supply crucial for muscle functioning performance and healing.

  4. This is a new thing that I get to know from this article that spine checked help with obesity and metabolic diseases. Many new things mentioned in this article that I didn’t know until now. Thanks for sharing this article!

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