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The winter months are a real challenge for your body. Cold weather is hard on your neck and back, and it also makes your muscles tense up. If you suffer from chronic pain, chiropractic care helps you reduce aches and pains, improve mobility and prevent future injuries.

Cold weather is hard on your neck and back.

Winter is rough on those areas of your body that are especially vulnerable during the colder months. Cold weather causes muscle tension, which leads to chronic pain in the neck and back. If you haven't been able to get outside much this winter, it's possible that you're feeling stiffness in your lower back or upper spine that comes from sitting at a desk all day. Chiropractic care helps relieve pain by treating underlying issues such as nerve impingement or misalignment of the vertebrae (bones) in the spinal column. We help you release some of that tension from underlying issues in your neck and back! 

Cold weather makes your muscles tense up.

The cold weather causes your muscles to tense up. When you're outside in the cold for long periods of time, you're more likely to feel muscle tension and stiffness. This is because your body is working harder when it's colder outside. When your muscles are overworked, they become tense or stiff from the strain.

When you go see a chiropractor during the winter months, they'll be able to help reduce any muscle tension and stiffness that may have developed because of the cold weather. Your chiropractor will also provide recommendations on how you can best protect yourself from any future damage caused by staying outside in freezing temperatures for too long!

Reduce your aches and pains with chiropractic care.

Chiropractic adjustments help relieve many of the aches and pains that worsen with cold weather, including back pain and shoulder tightness. Chiropractic care is a safe alternative to surgery or pain medication. It also helps keep you active all winter long!

Chiropractors are very aware of how important it is to stay active during the winter months, so they work hard to make sure that their patients do not let any aches or pains stop them from doing what they love!

Chiropractic care can help you prevent future injuries.

One of the biggest benefits of chiropractic care is that it helps prevent future injuries. When you experience pain as a result of an injury, your body takes time to heal completely. Chiropractic care helps your body repair itself faster and more efficiently by aligning your spine and joints so that they function properly. This means less wear and tear on your muscles, ligaments, and other tissues—and ultimately fewer chances for injury down the road. Chiropractic care also helps you recover from injuries more quickly than if you didn't get treatment at all. 

Chiropractic care is a great way to beat winter blues!

Winter is a time of year when we are more likely to experience colds and flu, which make us feel tired and run down. So, if you have been feeling tired, irritable or achy lately, chiropractic care might be just what you need!

Chiropractors specialize in helping patients with all types of musculoskeletal issues. Some musculoskeletal misalignments interfere with our neuropathic system. This leads to feeling blue or more depressed if not properly taken care of by a professional. Visiting a chiropractic in the winter helps you maintain a healthy neuropathic system with less body aches and pains. 

Chiropractic adjustments help increase blood flow throughout the entire body making tissues healthier which decreases stiffness/pain levels! The increased blood flow also helps with flexibility within joints allowing them better movement capabilities overall. Proper blood flow also helps keep you warm in the cold temperatures. 

If you’re interested in chiropractic care this winter, contact our team at Marshall Chiropractic. We figure out the best way to get your body feeling better with proper adjustments! Get through the cold temperatures with Marshall Chiropractic!

Dr. Ryan Marshall, DC


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