With a new school year only a few weeks away, preparing goes beyond books and pencils. At Willoughby Chiropractic, we feel that chiropractic and massage treatments can help offer a variety of benefits. Allow us to explain how!
How Chiropractic & Massage Treatments Can Help You Prepare for School
While Chiropractic & Massage Treatments may not be commonly associated with preparing for the school year, there are several ways in which each can contribute to your overall well-being and readiness for the academic challenges ahead. Here’s how:
Sitting at a desk for hours a day can lead to poor posture, resulting in a sore neck, back and shoulders. A chiropractor can adjust your spine to get you back into alignment, while massage can help you find relief to sore or tense muscles.
When you’re focused on your discomfort, it is likely you are unable to concentrate on your school work too. An adjustment can help alleviate physical discomfort, potentially leading to improved mental clarity and concentration. By promoting proper blood flow and nerve function, massage can also contribute to a better overall state of mind for learning.
A good sleep is important for cognitive function, and both massage and chiropractic treatments can help to alleviate issues such as insomnia or discomfort causing sleep issues.
Other areas Massage & Chiropractic care work in tandem include:
- Alleviating stress caused by muscle tension
- Injury prevention by ensuring proper alignment
- Better posture overall helping in the areas of confidence and overall health
Chiropractic care and massage therapy can contribute to your overall wellness as you head into a new school year, and we’re here to help with your:
If you have specific questions or concerns regarding adjusting techniques and treatment styles please contact us for further information, we would be more than happy to answer all of your questions and address any concerns you may have.
Visit us at #130 8700 – 200th Street in Langley, or feel free to call with any questions you might have at 604 371 3939
Dr. Mitch Spooner