Healthy New Year!

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Wishing you a healthy 2016!  A new year is a time many reflect on the past year and look ahead to what’s to come.  What are you looking forward to?  Are there areas of your life you wish to improve?  Some of the most common goals at the start or at other times of the year have to do with improving one’s body both inside and out.

Our body, for one reason or another always seems to get put on the back burner. Media, fashion, advertisements, and personal success all pull us one direction while our couch, convenience foods, sugar, and cigarettes will pull us in another. What suffers most is the body.

Health and wellness is one of the best gifts you can give yourself or a loved one. The one question our office can help with is, “Can I be healthier then I am now?”.

Keystone Chiropractic can help provide you with an answer by looking at your spine carefully for Structural Shifts.

Abnormal shifts in the spine can result in secondary conditions such as muscle tension, knee pain, migraines, low back pain. In addition, shifts in the spine can also obstruct the nerves that allow the body to manage and moderate its numerous functions.

The human body itself is extremely adaptable and resilient. This is why it can take years or of small repetitive trauma to eventually manifest as noticeable secondary problems mentioned above. Once your nervous system and body is overburdened due to abnormal shifts in its underlying foundation, it will function less than optimally and can take quite a bit of work to undo the damage.

Correcting abnormal shifts in the spine has far reaching effects structurally throughout the body, but also functionally to all the different systems that automatically regulate your body.

When following through on your goal to live healthier and happier, sometimes figuring out where to begin is the toughest part.  Make this 2016 the healthiest yet and find out if NeuroStructural Chiropractic is the right fit for you. You’ll be glad you did!

 

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