The state of Iowa is where chiropractic medicine was born. Still, many Iowans struggle with the decision of whether or not they should see their local chiropractic.
One man, Chad Kammin, 50, started visiting his local chiropractic office to have treatment on his back as a teenager. Kammin explained that “…and my back didn’t quite catch up.” He visits his local chiropractor twice a month for treatment. Kammin also went on to add, “I just always walk out feeling better than when I walked in,” and continued with, “It puts me back to where I should have been, had I not sat all day or done a fairly strenuous workout or been cramped for 18 hours on a plane in economy seating and I’m six-four.”
If you haven’t had the opportunity to visit a chiropractor, Pulley, a graduate of the first chiropractic school Palmer College located in Davenport, says when you have recurring pain in your neck or back. The biggest reason people go see a chiropractor is because of their back. Pulley added on explaining that “Any joint pain – shoulders, knees, hips – is like rust on a car. The longer you let it go, the worse it gets.”
Visiting a chiropractor is very important for your physical health. With back and neck pains, we find it harder to strive to keep going daily. Visit your local chiropractor today to get back to physically feeling better!