Spinal Health

Many people don't realize the importance of spinal health.

The spine provides support for the body and protects the spinal cord. The spinal cord is the central core of the nervous system and relays information between the brain and the rest of the body. Some of the nerves from the spinal cord control sensations and movements of the body and these nerves must function properly so that your posture, movement, strength, and balance are working properly as well. 

You understand the importance of dental health so you go to the dentist twice a year and brush and floss daily. Spinal health is vital to the health of your entire body. Getting regular chiropractic adjustments to improve and maintain spinal range of motion, keeping active, and maintaining good posture are important to the health of your spine and nervous system.

Staying Active Is One of the Keys to Maintaining Spinal Health.

Staying active throughout your life is vital to maintaining spinal health. With many processes in the body, the concept of "use it or lose it" applies. Muscles that aren't exercised will atrophy. Bones that aren't challenged by the effects of gravity often will soften. Joints that aren't freqently moved will lose range of motion. A body in motion tends to stay in motion. While a body at rest tends to stay at rest. 

Not only can you sustain physical injury due to inactivity, but your mental focus can decrease as well. You can become unproductive and fall into a negative spiral of decreased energy. Eventually this can cause major problems with your body and physical exhaustion can begin to occur regularly. Too little activity negatively affects us physically, mentally, and emotionally.

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