Spring is in full swing and summer is quickly approaching in Des Moines. With it comes a variety of outdoor activities including farmer’s markets, festivals, getting out on the trails, and everyone’s favorite…mowing the lawn!
Whether mowing the lawn is your favorite thing to do or not, it’s a necessary evil to help keep your lawn health and beautiful. Something that often gets in the way of a beautiful lawn are WEEDS – dandelions, crabgrass, and clover – which seem to appear out of no where. Mowing your lawn temporarily reduces the obvious appearance of weeds, but if you don’t remove them by their roots, they will continue to pop up again and again.
Getting to the root of the matter is also important when it comes to your health.
Conventional doctors regardless of the area of healthcare typically look to manage secondary conditions (symptoms). In the above example, the conventional doctor would mow over the dandelion heads after they grow back each time.
With our unique focus, NeuroStructural Correction; our goal is to correct the problem at its root, so secondary issues are less likely to pop up again and again. It may take a bit more time and patience, but this approach is geared toward creating a lasting correction, rather than simply placing a bandage over the problem.