If you get a tooth ache, you go to the dentist. If you get a stomach ache, you go to your primary. If you’re having trouble seeing, you go to the eye doctor. And if your back hurts, you visit a chiropractor. What do all of these have in common? They consist of a problem and a solution. But let me ask you this. Do you regularly see your dentist to prevent future cavities or problems with your teeth? Do you see your primary only when you’re sick, or do you go once a year to ensure that you stay healthy? And once you get a pair of glasses, do you refrain from returning to the office until your glasses break, or do you regularly schedule check ups to ensure you have the right prescription?
I ask you this because there is an ongoing trend within chiropractic care where patients only schedule appointments when something goes wrong. Once they’re feeling better, the doctor may not see the patient again for years. The problem with this? If the patient regularly saw their chiropractor, they may never have experienced a problem in the first place.
Just like with your dentist and primary care physician, its important to schedule regular appointments, even if you feel healthy. Regular chiropractic care will not only help prevent future injuries, but it will also improve your overall health. Some of the many benefits of regular chiropractic care include:
Improved Mental Clarity
Digestive and Bowl Regularity
Improved Nerve Communication in the Body
Improved Joint Motion and Coordination
Relief from Joint, Bone, and Muscle Pain
Relief from Stress and Tension Disorders
Improved Physical Function and Performance
Relief from Headaches
Relief from Ear Infections
Improvement to Asthma
Improved Organ Function
And much more…
Unsure if chiropractic care is right for you? Call today to find out more about our practice and schedule a consult with Doctor Olivieri to discuss your health goals. We accept patients of all ages, and welcome families with open arms. Remember, Olivieri Family Chiropractic is here to keep you healthy and active for life!