Imagine having debilitating pain every day and all you can do is stay in bed because it's nearly impossible to walk.
Imagine being in so much pain that you can no longer go to work and you have to quit your job.
Imagine having to rely on disability from the State because of that.
Imagine not being able to take care of your child because you can't take them to school or make a simple meal because you can't even stand for more than 10 minutes at a time.
Imagine this ruling your life for months.
Or even years.
That's definitely not living.
Imagine being told that spinal surgery is the only way, and it's extremely risky.
What do you do?
What can you do?
This is what happened to one of my practice members.
She needed to know that she had tried everything before going under the knife.
That's when she did more research and discovered my practice, and more specifically, Network Spinal Analysis.
It's the technique I use mainly with everyone.
Now, after four months in (with dedication, patience, and commitment) she's improved tremendously, to the point that she is convinced that she doesn't need any other intervention.
Certainly not surgery.
Lately she's been dealing with an enormous amount of stress, something that would create havoc in anyone's life.
She's amazed because with all the stress involved, and all the challenges she has to face on a daily basis, she is fully aware that she's been handling herself very well.
Her coping mechanisms have changed, and she's been able to stay calm and cool during this tough time.
How does chiropractic play into all of this, you ask?
Well, if your spine and body is rigid as a pole, doesn't move properly, and has had years of damage and degeneration, how do you think you'd feel?
The way you feel and the quality of your life is a direct reflection of the health and shape of your spine.
Six months ago when my practice member had no answers, handicapped from her pain, and unable to be a good mum, she never knew she'd be able to heal and recover AND be happy after just four months of regular chiropractic care.
When she signed up for her regular chiropractic care, she committed to it, and was determined to allow her body the time it needed to heal.
How many people try to lose weight, gain muscle, and get a new body in one or two months?
Most people know that's just unrealistic.
The same thing goes with healing.
It takes months, sometimes years for people to heal and transform their health.
It's also an ongoing process through life to keep yourself in good health.
As long as you're living, there's always a need (and a way) to become a more fulfilled and happy human being.
Chiropractic isn't a quick-fix. And I certainly don't do the fixing.
Your body does.
Get adjusted now and continue your healing journey!
See you soon!
— Dr MaryAnne
PS - remember to sign up for the Clear Day coming up on Sunday the 5th February at the Effraspace! Spaces are limited, so reserve your spot now!
PPS - book a massage with Darren or Ana for a wonderful deep tissue massage! Treat yourself!