Chiropractic in Ann Arbor can Ease Unresolved Pain

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Michimich -- Do you have pain you've learned to live with?

Has your range of motion decreased or begun to feel limited?

Chiropractors are more than just professional back crackers. If you're experiencing a new pain, or you're sick of dealing with a chronic ache, it's time to see a chiropractor.
Here are a few signs you should see a chiropractor:

New or Worsening Pain
Pain is the last thing to show up and the first thing to go away.  However, our nerves do so much more than send pain signals. Nerves control muscles, organs, and every function in the human body. The pain you're experiencing could be a warning sign that something needs to be addressed.

Limited Range of Motion
Range of motion, or ROM, is the ability to bend, twist, and move and is often overlooked until it's gone. In most cases, it's a slow progression to the point where people identify they have a problem. If you can't move your spine or extremities like you used to, you may be losing your ROM and should see a chiropractor.

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Chronic Muscle Soreness
Muscles attach to bones and allow you to move, offer protection, and create stability. When they are continuously tight and sore, especially in the lower or upper back, it is a sign that they are working hard to protect your spine. If you are constantly stretching, taking muscle relaxers, or are tired of being stiff and tight, your body is telling you it needs help.

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Chiropractic in Ann Arbor can Provide the Pain Relief Your Body Needs

Every patient and their story are unique and different. Understanding exactly what is going on allows them to know how they can help you best. If you want to find answers to your health concerns, chiropractic in Ann Arbor can help.

About the Bridge Chiropractic: The Bridge Chiropractic was launched due to the extreme relief found in the practice of Gonstead chiropractic. Their goal is to help transform the lives of patients who may have been told they would just have to learn to live with their chronic pain and other health issues The practice is thorough and goes beyond the care provided by the typical chiropractor.

Source: The Bridge Chiropractic
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