I’ve seen a lot of people lately that are all hunched over, like they’re stuck in a permanent fetal position? Do you know what that screams to me? Lack of chiropractic care. If your body is shaped like the letter C, you know there’s something wrong with you. I’ve never been to a chiropractor, but I imagine it’s just like going to a doctor. There a lot of good reno chiropractors by my dad’s house, and we drive past them on occasion when going to dinner and things like that. There was this one time that I saw a man enter the building, and he was all hunched over with a crooked back.
I didn’t see him again for a while, but then at the end of the summer I spotted him leaving the chiropractor’s office and he was standing up straight. At first I didn’t really recognize the man (it didn’t help that I had only seen him once), but then I slowly realized how much his condition had improved. Not only was he standing up straighter, but he just looked more happy in general! My dad’s friend is actually a reno chiropractor, and he once told me that sciatic pain was the most common. He also told me that some people mistakenly substitute more exercise for chiropractic care, which worsens your condition by a lot. Personally, I had never really considered going to a chiropractor for anything.
I always assumed that chiropractic care was for old people, or people with brittle bones, etc. Ever since I saw that man leave the building over a year ago, I’ve taken it into permanent consideration if a physical problem with my body ever arises. There are no downsides to getting chiropractic care, especially not with the talented and experienced reno chiropractors that live in my home town. Maybe if you live out of town, then you’re out of luck. But I’m sure there are definitely some experienced professionals out there who are willing to listen intently to your problems and find a fast, efficient solution. At this rate, I almost want to have back pains just so I can visit a chiropractor in reno.