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Doctors are receiving more patients who report chronic stress because of their busy lives. Working every day behind a computer for hours causes stress, anxiety, injuries, and reduced or lack of sleep. Fortunately, Magnesphere therapy handles all these problems. Here are some of its benefits:
Are you a professional truck or bus driver? If so, you know how demanding your work can be. You must take a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical to ensure your and the public’s safety. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requires this checkup for all commercial vehicle drivers. The purpose of the exam is to ensure you meet the physical requirements of your job. That includes tolerating potential health risks resulting from sitting for long periods.
Playing sports is fun! It releases endorphins and helps you maintain a healthy weight. But sometimes, people end up with injuries—not just professional players but amateur athletes and those who only play on weekends. Sometimes, these injuries result from a lack of awareness of proper equipment and form. They can also result from a lack of warm-up.
Most people know about chiropractors and the principal technique that they most commonly use – manual manipulation of the spine to ease pain and offer therapeutic benefits to the patient. However, there are many lesser-known techniques too that also have a wide range of health benefits. One of these is known as spinal decompression.
Studies have shown that a workplace injury occurs every seven seconds. The injuries result in issues that range from scrapes and bruises to broken bones and muscle tears. Therefore, it is vital to get medical attention immediately after the accident or incident. Immediate care will help avoid more problems or aggravating the injury and help with your worker’s compensation. The following are reasons to see a chiropractor for a work injury.
Are you aware that three million Americans get into automobile accidents and injuries every year? When you get into a car accident, you will eventually end up in the doctor's office. Most doctors will treat you for your visible injuries—scars and broken limbs, and so on.