Everybody is different in how the body reacts to a chiropractic adjustment. Body misalignment often leads to spinal misalignment or vice versa. Misalignments occur over time; individuals do not notice until soreness and pain begin presenting. Depending on the injury and/or condition, getting the full potential from a chiropractic adjustment means knowing the dos and don’ts following treatment. This involves maintaining a healthy posture, staying hydrated, getting proper rest, and staying active.
Adjustments are highly effective for the body. Benefits include:
Recommendations on what to avoid after a chiropractic adjustment.
Paying attention to the recommended do’s and don’ts will help expedite the healing and create new healthy habits.
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