Winter’s effect on your muscles
Charlotte NC chiropractors regularly counsel their patients about the importance of maintaining muscle flexibility in cold weather. Do you ever wonder why we tend to lose muscle flexibility during the winter season? The answer is pretty simple, when the weather is cold, we move around less, consequently, our muscles stiffen and shorten. We want to offer some suggestions as to how can you avoid the chronic discomfort that many of us experience in the winter.
Stay active during the winter months
- It seems naturally more difficult to be as active in the winter as you are during the warmer months.
- It is important to develop a few hobbies that will keep you active and help you to escape the cold weather.
- It does not take much, just walking in the mall, or taking a low impact aerobics class once a week, be enough to improve or maintain your flexibility.
Get help from Charlotte’s top chiropractor
Many people who suffer with limited range of motion, simply ignores the pain or takes medications for temporary relief. Their hope is that the problem will resolve on its own. In reality, injury is more likely to be extended, or re-occur; it may even develop into a chronic condition. As some of the best chiropractors in Charlotte, the doctors at ChiroCarolina™ are trained to diagnose and treat illness and pain. They understand that each individual has unique underlying factors and causes that need to be addressed in order to ensure full recovery or optimal health. ChiroCarolina™ also provides neuromuscular stimulation and physiotherapy to aid in the elimination of chronic pain.
You can also expect treatments to include supplemental therapies such as massage therapy, physical therapy, nutritional counseling, and lifestyle coaching when applicable. It is time to improve your quality of life. Patients visit from all over North Carolina, South Carolina, and as far as Georgia, Florida, and Virginia. ChiroCarolina™ is one of Charlotte’s top chiropractic centers providing top chiropractic care for the uptown, NoDa, and University area- located conveniently off North Tryon Street.