Chiropractors focus on the whole body, the whole person. A chiropractor studies to understand how the bones, muscles, nerves, spinal cord, senses and the brain all work together. Cross Chiropractic Center has worked with our fair share of whole people in Sandy Springs to relieve pain when the body is out of sorts. Then, Cross Chiropractic Center offers advice on how to maintain pain relief and control, so the pain doesn’t return. Exercise is one way to prolong pain relief. (1)
First of all, such a whole person focus allows our Sandy Springs chiropractor to understand your pain right away. We’ll get that your leg feels like it is on fire and that it feels like that because a nerve in your spine may be irritated or pinched. Your brain knows it. Your leg knows it. Your back knows it. Cross Chiropractic Center’s chiropractor knows it. Once our chiropractic treatment plan reduces or gets rid of that irritation, our chiropractic care leans toward ways to ward off such irritation in the future. That’s where exercise often comes into play.
Exercise strengthens parts of the body to make the whole body stronger. The muscles are important to the body’s function and motion as well as to keeping the bones aligned and the spine blissful. Now, it’s even noted that exercise decreases the pain receptors’ production – dopamine and noradrenaline – for up to 90 minutes after you stop exercising. (1) What a boon for your pain relief!
So, exercise a bit when you are in pain. Don’t do anything until we talk about the right exercise for you, of course! But exercise complements your Sandy Springs chiropractic pain relief, possibly giving you the between-visit remedy you want.
Check out this article on the benefit of exercise for prolonged pain relief, then contact your Sandy Springs chiropractor at Cross Chiropractic Center to schedule a chiropractic visit today! Your whole body will love it!
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