Chiropractic Care For Life
Is It True That Once You Go To a Chiropractor, You Will Have To Keep Going For The Rest Of Your Life?
I have had many people and patients ask me this question over the years, so I would like to take the opportunity to clarify this for you.
To be quite honest with you, most of my patients would tell you that they need their chiropractic treatment every 2 to 3 weeks.
Some a little more frequently and some a little less frequently.
And I myself prefer to be adjusted once or twice a week because it helps me keep up with life in general.
But when you think about it this way, would you rather need 3 alcoholic drinks per day, or half a pack of cigarettes or 6 tylenol?
Remember that adjustments are totally natural, non-toxic, they serve to keep you feeling good, help all your organs to work properly, help you maintain good spinal posture and prevent spinal arthritis.
And if this requires 1 or 2 adjustments per month, I don’t really see anything wrong with that.
And neither should you.
I have rarely seen a patient that needs to go for chiropractic adjustments because they have to. Remember it is your body and your health so you do not have to do anything that you do not want to do.
So, it is more like patients keep going to the chiropractor because they choose to and many patients will tell you that they could not imagine their life without chiropractic care because of the many benefits it provides them and their family.
But, always remember the choice is up to you. Do only those things that are good for your health for only as long as you want to stay healthy.
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Why? ….. because spinal problems tend to run in families.
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