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Posted on 10-28-2013

Flip Your Spine


Professional real estate flippers can recognize the beauty and value in any dilapidated house.  Take a home on the brink of falling apart, install some new hardwood floors, fix the foundation, upgrade the kitchen and bathroom fixtures and voila, you recouped your investment and much more.

Flipping spines is similar…  Many patients begin their care with dilapidated spines.  Kyphotic cervical curves, degenerating discs and postural distortions – all compounded by inefficient electrical (nerve) system function.  These are the signs of neglect that often present during an initial chiropractic inspection.  Unfortunately, most spine owners don't know the maintenance required to keep their spines in a healthy, livable state.  It isn’t until a crisis ensues that they learn how far they let their property go.

Moving out of a bad spine is not an option, but flipping it back to shape is.  If you have chronic spinal issues due to neglect or lack of knowledge, a master Chiropractor can help you get it back to 'live in' condition.  With the right plan and enough time, you’ll recoup your investment and more in health benefits.

Distributed with permission © The Weekly Sticky

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