We tend to be our own worst enemies when it comes to taking care of ourselves. Most people who come to our office experiencing pain do so because of something they have done. Whether it is something they do on a regular basis throughout their daily lives or an isolated incident, it can usually be traced back to some lifestyle habit that they have adopted.
Most of us have had some accident or injury that causes us to change our movement patterns in order to continue moving but to protect the area that has sustained an injury. These movement patterns can in turn cause an spontaneous injury to another part of the body that may seem unrelated to the original body part.
It is this reason that a person needs to correct the faulty movement patterns to ensure that no muscular and neurological imbalances develop. Corrective chiropractic care can keep a person moving properly and create a sound structural foundation for sports and heavy lifting.
Ken Whidden, DC
Emerald Coast Chiropractic