Monthly Archive: October 2009

Chiropractic Tips For The Runner What To Avoid! 0

Chiropractic Tips For The Runner What To Avoid!

Chiropractic Tips For The Runner What To Avoid! For the active person, running is oftentimes considered to be a fun way to get some exercise. It is not surprising that so many fit individuals swear by their daily runs not only as a form of exercise but also a way of clearing the head and getting centered and ready for the day. Naturally, as with any exercise, running requires a bit of planning, and for those who are under a chiropractor’s care, this particular kind of exercise might require just a bit more planning than for those who are in fine health. Yet even the runner whose shadow has never darkened the door frame of a chiropractor’s office, there are a number of chiropractic tips that will help her or him to avoid the types of injuries that have long lasting effects. Chiropractic Tips For The Runner What To Avoid!   Here are chiropractic tips for the runner – experienced or otherwise – on what to avoid:   * Wear running shoes and avoid wearing everyday tennis shoes or the kind of footwear that is manufactured for different kinds of athletic endeavors. Just like you would not dream of playing...

Finding A Chiropractor for Rover What to Avoid 0

Finding A Chiropractor for Rover What to Avoid

Finding A Chiropractor for Rover What to Avoid Dogs, just like their owners, can suffer from subluxation. It is therefore not surprising that quite a few specialists have begun to advertise their services as bona fide animal chiropractors. While this is a positive development – after all, it is great that chiropractic care for animals is now available – there is also room for error, and some who hold themselves out to be animal chiropractors really are not. Sure, they may have a rudimentary understanding of veterinary science, but they do not know the fine points of an animal’s anatomy. On the flipside, they may be well versed in human chiropractics, but know little of animal chiropractics. Here are some signs that you have found a practitioner you should avoid: Finding A Chiropractor for Rover What to Avoid   * The professional you are visiting is not specifically trained in animal chiropractics. This may be either a veterinarian who is dabbling in chiropractics or a human chiropractor who wants to expand her or his clientele. There are bona fide courses of study for those who would engage in this profession, and successful completion is rewarded with a certificate. * The...

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