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Benefits of Routine Chiropractic Care for Working Lifestyles

Our licensed chiropractors promote ongoing wellness by improving spinal and joint function often resulting in a healthier, more active lifestyle. With regular adjustments, chiropractic offers a host of preventative health benefits, and is vital for keeping your body balanced, flexible and functioning at its best.


Everyone, from growing children to active seniors, can benefit from regular chiropractic care. With our convenient locations, extended hours, no appointments policy and affordable wellness plans, choosing chiropractic care for the health of you and your family has never been easier.


Did You Know?


Back pain is the second most common neurological ailment in the United States – only headache is more common.

Benefits of routine chiropractic care for Working Lifestyles:

Learn how chiropractic can help those who sit or stand all day.


Sitting or standing for an extended period of time can cause stress to your lower extremities and spine. This stress may cause back pain and discomfort from restricted joints otherwise known as subluxations or joint dysfunctions. These joint dysfunctions can cause improper joint motion and decreased nerve flow to the organs, tissues and cells of the body. A healthy spine is essential to limit and help prevent discomfort and pain.


Some ailments that Chiropractic Care can relieve:

- Back Pain

- Neck Pain / “Text Neck”

- Headaches & Migraines


- Leg Pain / Sciatica

- Knee, Ankle & Foot Pain

- Shoulder, Arm, Elbow & Wrist Pain


- Arthritis & Bursitis

- Fibromyalgia

- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Tips to Help Reduce Low Back Pain in the Workplace


Sit with a back support (such as a rolled-up towel) at the curve of your back.

Keep your hips and knees at a right angle (use a footrest or stool if necessary).

Your legs should not be crossed and your feet should be on the floor.

Stand with your head up, shoulders straight, chest forward, hips tucked in and weight balanced evenly on both feet.