neck and upper back
Don't shrug off the pain; we have a solution.
These pains, chronic and event-based, can cause a number of issues:
Your health is our focus.
Sure, poor posture looks bad, the fact is, it also impacts our health and wellbeing in fundamental ways.
If you look at a 2 year old, you’ll see their ear is sitting right over their shoulder, that’s how our posture should be throughout our lives. Now look at the average teenager or worse an adult. With years of smartphones, computers, driving, schoolwork and desk work, their head has noticeably shifted forward, which puts persistent damaging stresses on the cervical spine and all its tissues, including muscles, joints and discs.
Many people realize something’s wrong when problems such as neck, shoulder and upper back pain, headaches, breathing issues and repetitive strains don’t seem to get better; others may not have obvious symptoms. Regardless of what you feel, over time poor posture results in diminished mobility, adhesions and scar tissue – the ideal conditions for developing arthritis!
We have a solution that can make a dramatic difference in how you heal and live your life.
Popping a pill may seem like a good short term solution, but it is important to understand that there’s a big difference between easing pain by shutting down vital healing mechanisms like inflammation (yes we need inflammation to heal!), and working with your body’s innate healing faculties, so you no longer have symptoms.
Our goal is to find the main issues that are preventing you from getting better, and to help you find effective answers that will help you regain function and heal.
Chiropractic adjustments improve spinal and neural function. Once we’ve begun to create change, we work toward improving flexibility, strengthening weak tissues and regaining full function. All this is so that you can effectively improve your posture, prevent future problems and realize optimal health and wellbeing.
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