Muscle Imbalance Relates to Pain and Discomfort
Dr. Stephen Price
most people know, Chiropractic care focuses on the function and
alignment of the joints and bones of the body.
Treatment is usually some sort of adjustment to realign
latest research in the field of physical medicine has revealed
that muscle function determines bone alignment and joint
stresses. I have
found in my practice that by identifying and resolving muscle
imbalance, the chiropractic adjustment works better and lasts
longer. It is now
also possible to teach someone corrective exercises so that they
can literally treat themselves at home.
body moves as a muscular unit. One muscle depends upon another
muscle for coordination and strength.
If one muscle malfunctions (too tight or too weak), this
can cause a chain reaction throughout the body, creating pain
and discomfort in the areas of imbalance.
is a very simple analysis that can identify your major
imbalances that may be leading to chronic or intermittent pain
anywhere in the body. Once
those imbalances are identified, exact exercises to balance the
muscles are learned and used, thus eliminating abnormal stresses
on the bones and joints of the body, often relieving the
patientís pain or discomfort.
this at home!
most common imbalance is one that causes the feet to turn out
when you stand and walk, creating bunions, flat-feet, and ankle
and knee pain - progressing up to a wide variety of spinal and
you look down at your feet and your feet turn out, try this
exercise. When you
walk, walk with your feet straight ahead.
At first, you will feel like you are walking a bit
pigeon-toed, but soon your muscles your muscles will begin to
realign, taking pressure off of the joints.
Also, this one is great if you sit a lot:
today to make an appointment, if you want to get the analysis
and at home exercises.
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