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The Benefits of Regular Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments

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Individuals tend to think of chiropractic treatment for pain relief, injury recovery, and help with poor posture. This is correct, but regular chiropractic spinal adjustments can provide numerous benefits to feel your absolute best and improve an individual’s quality of life. Doctors of chiropractic/DCs perform a thorough physical and neurological evaluation of the individual to diagnose the root cause of spine pain. The proper diagnosis is essential to the individual’s customized treatment plan.

Benefits of Regular Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments

Chiropractic spinal adjustments address a variety of health-related issues. A chiropractor will work with the individual to determine the most beneficial treatment possible. This includes posture training, exercise, stretching, massage therapy, and more. Below are a few of the benefits of chiropractic spinal adjustments:

Better joint health and mobility

  • Enhances physical and athletic abilities
  • Restores muscle balance which is secondary to alignment, and loosens/releases tight muscles and resets loose/misaligned muscles

The risk of spine and other conditions is reduced.

  • The body’s natural healing potential is increased along with blood and nerve circulation
  • Organ function is improved
  • Sense of well-being increases through:
  • Symptom management of depression, anxiety, and hyperactivity symptoms

Overall, Energy is increased

  • Sleep improves from the realignment and tension release
  • Brain fog clears up along with improved concentration

Body’s immune response increases

  • The immune system’s response time improves from reset blood and nerve circulation.
  • This helps prevents the onset of disease and illness
  • Symptoms of pain are alleviated
  • Chronic pain conditions are avoided

Highly beneficial for prenatal care

  • Reduces body discomfort
  • Helps maintain a healthy posture
  • Prepares the body for labor

Doctors of Chiropractic

Chiropractors are trained in musculoskeletal treatment and dedicated to providing the best possible care. Spinal misalignment is often at the root of body dysfunction and poor health. Contact Injury Medical Chiropractic and Functional Medicine Clinic today with your health goals and see how we can help achieve them.


Body Composition


Complex Carbs Help Build Muscle

Carbs help regulate muscle glycogen repletion. Glycogen is a form of glucose that gets stored for later use. When the body needs energy, the glycogen activates and is ready as a fuel source. Carbohydrates are stored as glycogen. When the body’s carbohydrates are low, glycogen stores are low. When carbohydrates are taken in, the glycogen stores are refilled. Because glycogen is used for energy, the replenishment of those stores is important. This is why taking in carbs immediately after exercising/physical activity is recommended. This replenishes glycogen stores for later.

Carbohydrates Prevent Muscle Degradation

Low-carb diets and muscle loss. A study compared a low-carb diet to other diets and found the restriction of carbs resulted in protein loss. Restricting carbohydrates causes an increase in the amount of nitrogen that gets excreted. Nitrogen is a component of amino acids that forms muscle proteins. Loss of nitrogen indicates the muscles are breaking down.

References

Dubinsky RM, Miyasaki J.Assessment: Efficacy of transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation in the treatment of pain in neurologic disorders (an evidence-based review). Report of the Therapeutics and Technology Assessment Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology. Neurology. 2010;74:173-176.

Fritz JM, Lindsay W, Matheson JW, Brennan GP, Hunter SJ, Moffit SD, et al. Is there a subgroup of patients with low back pain likely to benefit from mechanical traction? Results of a randomized clinical trial and subgrouping analysis. Spine. 2007 Dec 15;32(26):E793-800.

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