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Are You Reading the Signs?

If you’re new to chiropractic, you may not yet be familiar with all of the ways your body lets you know that something is out of alignment. Our main priority is to make sure your body is in alignment to allow for proper function.

How do you know when you should make an appointment to see a chiropractor? Here are six signs to indicate just that!

Pain

Woman with back pain

Most people think of back and neck pain when they think of chiropractic. The truth is, it’s usually the last symptom of a problem. It’s very important to let us examine you and find the root cause of that pain. It may not always be what it appears to be.

Aches

If you start to notice that you are suddenly shifting in your chair or feeling the need to stretch more often, something might be wrong.

Poor Posture

Our posture usually provides the first clue that something is wrong. Maybe one shoulder appears higher than the other. Maybe your head looks like its tilted ever so slightly. Or maybe you’re starting to appear like you are slightly hunched over.

All of these are signs that something is out of alignment and that chiropractic can help. It’s as simple as looking in a mirror.

Headaches

A sudden onset of headaches may indicate nerve interference in the neck and back. Don’t wait to schedule an appointment!

Cramping or Digestive Issues

Nerves in the upper and mid back help and are involved with digestion. If there is interference, digestion will be affected. Cramping and other posture distortions may be a sign that something is out of alignment.

Regular Illness or Strange Symptoms

Nerve interference can play a big role in your immunity. Do you find yourself getting sick more frequently? Are you experiencing new symptoms that aren’t easily attributed to something else? It may very likely be nerve interference.

Many people who are unfamiliar with chiropractic are surprised by the wide variety of conditions that respond well to a chiropractic adjustment. If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, give us a call at (905) 934-7776 to see how we can help.

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