Posture and Pain

In a culture of brushing your teeth 1-3x daily, when was the last time you did some spinal exercises to strengthen and straighten your spine?

How we lay on our beds, sit in our chairs, and how we stand affects our posture. Proper posture causes less stress and degenration on our spine, but improper posture leads to spinal decay.

As chiropractors, we see many people that have 3rd or 4th stage degeneration in the spine. At that point we help manage the problem and diminish the pain as much as possible. Our focus as a society should be on prevention, which stimulates health and wellness.

By following a chiropractic spinal exercise program and getting  routine chiropractic evaluations and adjustments of any misaligned vertebrae, you can avoid spinal decay. Most of our “Spinal Health”  patients visit our office once every 1-2 months for a spinal check-up.

Remember, you only get one spine and you can’t replace it. How you take care of it now, determines how it takes care of you later.

If you would like to set up an appointment for a free consultation, please call 912-756-3433.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Trace Palmer

Palmer Chiropractic, 11400 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, GA  31324

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  1. Chamomile

     /  December 5, 2011

    I’ll try to put this to good use immiedately.

  2. Jenny Bale

     /  February 11, 2012

    Thanks for the post. Feel free to drop by our site and have a read.
    As a heavy computer user you’ll probably find some of our information on back pain and posture useful.


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