When to consider seeing a Chiropractor
Often we wait until we are suffering from the symptoms before going to see a Chiropractor. Why wait until you are in pain?
What to Look Out For
Answering yes to any of the following points may indicate that you are a candidate for Chiropractic Care.
|Your heels wear out unevenly.||You can't take a satisfying deep breath.|
|Your jaw "clicks".||You often fatigued. (1) (2)|
|You have to "crack" your neck, back, or other joints frequently.||You can't turn your head or twist your hips to either side easily and equally.|
|You have headaches, back aches, sore or tender spots in muscles or joints.||You have a constant stressful feeling and tension especially in muscles and joints.|
|You have low resistance to disease.||Your foot turns out when walking. (3)|
|One leg appears shorter than the other.||You have poor concentration.|
|You have poor posture.||You feel stiffness in your back and neck.|
|You feel stiff or uncomfortable after work||One leg appears shorter than the other.|
|You just don't feel right, you are in general poor health.||You would like stand up taller and straighter.|
While renowned for treating spinal problems, Chiropractors treat all body parts such as muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints. A wide variety of conditions respond especially well to Chiropractic treatment including:
|Hip and Knee pain from osteoarthritis||Frozen Shoulder|
|Shoulder Pain||Tennis Elbow|
|Backache and Back Pain||Headaches arising from the neck|
|General Aches and Pains of joints, muscle spasms and cramps|
Unfortunately these symptoms can be the result of conditions that have existed for some time. Often it appears that a serious injury occurs after performing a simple activity, the real cause of the condition is often the result of an accident or injury experienced months or even years earlier.
Chiropractic check-ups are recommended just like dental or optical check-ups.
If you answered yes to any of the above, then come and see what Windsor Chiropractor can do for you.
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Ward, L. Spinal column stressology. Journal of the Nutritional Academy, 1984, 2(1).