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When You Should See a Chiropractor

By: Dr. Ryan Leesee a chiropractor

If you’re feeling sore or stiff after working out, playing a sport, or performing any kind of physical activity, you might wonder if you should go see a chiropractor. The short answer is yes! A chiropractor can be really helpful with many common ailments, such as back pain, tension headaches, shoulder pain, and even breathing issues like asthma and bronchitis (chiropractic adjustments on the ribs relax the intercostal muscles which then allows for more lung expansion). In this post, we’ll look at how and when you should see a chiropractor to help get rid of your aches and pains.

Seeing a chiropractor can offer many benefits that dramatically improve not just your physical well-being, but also your emotional health. Yet many people will only visit a chiropractor when they can no longer tolerate pain. What is even less acknowledged is that chiropractors can help prevent something from going wrong in the first place. We’ve put together a list of signs it’s time to call and make an appointment with your chiropractor.


You have a sedentary job 

Working with your hands is great for your spine. So, if you have a desk job and spend most of your time sitting at a chair, consider seeing a chiropractor to keep your spine in top shape. They’ll check for posture-related issues that can lead to long-term health problems—and can also recommend stretches and exercises to help maintain proper spinal alignment while at work. 

You’re stressed

Stress can be good for us—it can motivate us to achieve goals and push past obstacles. However, it’s important to know when stress is actually doing more harm than good. If you notice that your stress levels are way higher than usual, consider seeing a chiropractor who can help reduce your overall stress level. One of the best things about a chiropractic visit is that it feels great. You’re in professional hands that know how to address concerns and help with pains that you may have. Many people leave the chiropractor feeling loose, relaxed, and overall in a better mood than when they arrived.

Not to mention, when you make chiropractic care a regular part of your health routine, your back will thank you. Having less pain means you’re able to focus more. Other chiropractic care benefits that help with stress relief include getting better sleep, lowered blood pressure, and of course, pain relief.

GymYou’re an active person

If you love to run, hike, swim, play tennis or have a job that keeps you active, sometimes your body takes more of a beating than it can handle. Pain or discomfort in your neck or back can make it difficult to do even simple tasks like reaching up high or bending over. For many active people, chiropractic care can be an important part of their regular health routine that helps keep their body’s alignment in check. When you regularly see a chiropractor, you can keep your body in top shape and help to prevent pain and other problems.

The soles of your shoes wear out differently
If you’ve noticed that when your shoe wears out in one area, it doesn’t necessarily wear out evenly. This uneven wear is a sign that your body is out of alignment and needs to be adjusted. Uneven wear on your shoes is a very good indicator that you’re experiencing a subluxation in your spine. This can be fixed by chiropractic spinal manipulation. Realigning your spine can ensure the problem does not continue and turn into a chronic issue.

You have a limited range of motion
If you’re experiencing pain and difficulty moving your neck, back, hips or shoulders, you should consider seeing a chiropractor. Having a limited range of motion in any of these areas could be caused by an underlying misalignment. The exact cause will vary depending on where your joints are out of place—you may have tight muscles that pinch nerves, for example, or loose joint capsules that press on tendons. Seeing a chiropractor can help you get to the root causes of your joint pain.

You want to live a healthy life
This may seem like an obvious reason to visit a chiropractor, but I’m not just talking about physical health. Health encompasses mental, emotional and spiritual well-being as well. Whether you want to get rid of headaches or digestive issues, improve your immune system or avoid falling prey to dangerous diseases in future years, there’s no one better than a chiropractor to help you achieve all that and more. Your chiropractor can help you become more aware of how to best take care of your body and live a more healthful life. From providing information on exercise routines to nutritional guidance and even specific techniques to help relieve stress, chiropractors are well equipped to help you improve your physical and emotional well-being.

when you should see a chiropractor

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Our patients all have unique reasons for coming to our office. We’re here to listen to your challenges and goals as an individual and create a custom treatment plan that works for you.

From back pain to migraines, we’re here to help with chiropractic care. If you want to learn more about when to see a chiropractor in Collegedale, TN then contact our office today.

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Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic is located in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area specifically in Collegedale, TN, a short distance from Ooltewah, Cleveland, East Brainerd, East Ridge, Ringgold, Apison, and Harrison.

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Dr. Ryan Lee is the practicing chiropractic physician at Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic. For his full bio, click here. *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Ryan Lee and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All readers/viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Dr. Lee does not take responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.

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