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Put on your walking shoes, slip on the airpods, and don't forget your water bottle: Just 10,000 steps per day can reduce your risk for heart disease, cancer, and early death. Contrary to popular belief, exercise doesn't have to be complicated. Going to a gym to work out for hours a day may be the answer for some people, but it isn't practical for most. Walking is a great way to improve and maintain your health. Here are 5 benefits of walking and one bonus benefit that is the main reason that I walk 6 to 7 miles every day.
Adding something else to your to do list feels like it just doesn’t make sense. But before you put off your adjustment for another round of golf, consider how it may be well worth your time and money to squeeze in a visit to your chiropractor. Here are ten easy reasons why taking time to visit your chiropractor is well worth it.
An auto accident can happen in an instant and make you feel like your life will never be the same again. One minute you are driving down the road, and the next, an accident happens and you suffer an injury.
Being able to think calmly and clearly is important. It allows people to process emotions, make smart decisions, and perform daily activities more efficiently. However, a headache can easily destroy that clarity. Everyone experiences occasional headaches. But when frequent headaches affect your ability to function well or even sleep, it can affect the quality of your life.
The National Institute of Health estimates that over 40 percent of people suffer from sciatica. It is a common condition that resolves on its own in mild cases. But if it does not, it can result in muscle weakness and chronic pain.
If you have had a problem with your back following surgery or an injury, spinal decompression therapy could be the solution for you. Spinal decompression therapy is a traction treatment that is both safe and non-invasive. This therapy works towards alleviating back-related problems.
A massage is a form of therapy where a patient’s body is taken through rubbing and kneading to ease tense muscles and relax the individual. The therapist uses his or her hands to apply pressure to the patient’s joints and muscles. This is in an effort to ease pain and tension. There are different types of massage, and they focus on different parts of the patient’s body.
One of the most common questions that I get from patients is “should I use a posture corrector?” Between spending long hours sitting in front of a computer, hours every day hunched over your phone, and driving long distances, most people’s postures are something that should be corrected. Managing to fit some spinal stretches and workouts a few days a week is great, but it usually isn’t enough to straighten out your spine when it’s only a fraction of your time compared to all the time you spent hunched over.