Call it what you will. Muscle stiffness? Muscle spasms?
Muscle fatigue? Or choose
one of the more ominous and scientific names like
fibrositis, fibromyalgia, muscular rheumatism, myofascial
syndrome, or myositis. Whatever the name, there's
and pain is not normal!
Maybe the problem is something a little harder to
For example, do you or anyone you know experience
* Constant pain between the shoulder blades?
* Incessant neck, shoulder or hip pains?
* Occasional numbness or tingling in the arms or
There is really only one course of action (after
a more serious medical diagnosis has
been ruled out): a visit to your chiropractor. Don't
settle for what we have seen so
many others in constant pain settle for--a lifetime
commitment to Advil for pain relief.
Why? Because in time whatever pain-relieving pill
you're popping is going to begin to
work less and less, ultimately requiring larger doses
or stronger medications. It's
expensive. It's inconvenient, it doesn't work (it
only masks the pain for a short time)
and it's no way to live!
If you think about it, all a drug does is treat the
symptom or effect of the problem. Do
you really expect your health problem to go away by
only treating the effect?
Call me! Chiropractic
works to correct the cause of the problem, as opposed
medical profession, that just treats the effect (symptoms).