Chiropractic is more a lifestyle than a treatment
What do chiropractors treat?
Do chiropractors treat pain? Do they treat back injuries? Neck injuries? Can a chiropractor treat my hunchback posture?
I’m Dr Kelvin the Chiro. I’m the founder of YOU Chiropractic.
Today, I will show you why chiropractic is more of a lifestyle than a treatment. I’ll give you an example.
Many people practice yoga, go to the gym to lift weights or do long distance running. Most of them don’t do it because it fixes a problem or a condition they’re having.
Whether it’s tight muscles, back pain or a knee injury. They do it because it’s something they’ve incorporated into their lifestyle. Into their daily routine.
It’s more of a habit that they’ve chosen to do. And they do it on a regular basis.
Because of what it provides them, because of how it makes them feel or because of what it ultimately means to them.
If you practice yoga every week, you’ll know it gives you a sense of calmness. A stronger connection between your mind and your body. It may also help to relieve tight muscles.
If you love lifting weights at the gym, you’ll know how strong you feel right after. You check yourself out in the mirror, muscles all pumped! But it also gives you relief for a recurring knee injury.
If you run every day, you’ll know how much of a high it gives you. Not mentioning the feeling of invigoration throughout your day. But running also loosens up your stiff lower back.
The thing is, good lifestyle habits provide so many benefits for your health, your fitness, your mind and your body. It’s because of the consistency and time that a lifestyle provides.
Whereas a treatment can be rather short-sighted in comparison. A quick fix versus a long-term solution.
Chiropractic care is a lifestyle habit too. Sure, you may use it only as a treatment for a stiff neck or stiff low back. But is it the best way to use it?
Or is it better to incorporate it into your self-care routine. Just like eating healthy, brushing your teeth and getting enough sleep?
If you ask me, Chiropractic is more a lifestyle than a treatment.
What about you?
What do you think?
It’s up to you to decide for yourself.
I’m Dr Kelvin the Chiro.
Wishing you a healthier spine, for a happier you.