Prepare for Thanksgiving with Chiropractic Care

Published November 17th, 2020 by Dr. Hoder

Thanksgiving is nearly here – a time when we watch football, overeat, and spend time with family and friends. Our Thanksgiving feasts may look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t getting prepared. To get ready for Turkey Day, consider adding chiropractic to your routine to boost your health and prevent some Thanksgiving pitfalls. Here’s what you need to know. 

Traveling and Chiropractic

People may not be traveling as much this year, but Thanksgiving is a notoriously busy travel holiday. If you’re traveling this year – whether by car or by plane – it could lead to back pain. All that time cramped up in a small seat plus plenty of sitting and waiting then add on a near-complete lack of movement for hours is enough to make anyone’s back sore. That’s where chiropractic comes in. Our chiropractors will return your spine to proper alignment and with continued care, will keep it there. This helps relieve immediate discomfort and can help prevent pain from returning. 

Overeating, Less Movement, and More Stiffness

Thanksgiving is usually a day that ends up with everyone stuffed. And because the holiday season is so busy, it usually means less time for exercise. This is bad news for your health, flexibility, and weight. All of the food plus inactivity may lead to joint stiffness and pain. Markson Chiropractic can help in this area because when the body is in proper alignment, it is in an overall healthier state. Our patients report many positive side effects of chiropractic care, including joint pain relief. With regular chiropractic care, you can help prevent the inflexibility and stiffness that comes with a day (or season!) of indulgence. 

Get Adjusted at Markson Chiropractic

If you would like to add a natural, non-invasive, and non-addictive treatment to your healthcare routine, come to Markson Chiropractic for an adjustment. Your local South Florida chiropractic practice can help protect your back, health, and wellness during the holiday season and beyond. To get started, just click here to contact us.

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