Your Checking Account and Pain – What’s the Connection?

The Connection between your Checking Account and Pain

What is the connection between pain and your checking account.  If we make deposits into our “Health Checking Account” we can make withdrawals as we need them.

Here’s what I mean

If you can make deposits; good nutrition, exercise, proper rest, chiropractic adjustment, etc… Then you can make withdrawals; neglect, stress, pepperoni pizza, over doing it, etc… Like your checking account if you make more withdrawals than deposits you get bounced checks and overdraft notices from the bank.

Not only are overdrafts expensive it’s inconvenient and annoying.  Sickness and disease are overdrafts on our health checking account.

So what does this have to do with pain?

Low back pain and pain down your legs?  It’s an “overdraft notice” your body is sending you.  Headaches?  A bounced check. Numbness and tingling down your arm?  A service charge from your “health checking account”.

How can we help?

Many people begin chiropractic care because they’re overdrawn on the “health checking account”.  They’ve got bounced checks and their health bank has levied some rather harsh fees.  These penalties serve as a reminder that they haven’t been making adequate deposits to cover their withdrawals.

Getting a clear “audit” of your health account balance is the first place to start.  That’s the purpose of a thorough examination.  Then, you’ll probably need to make some immediate deposits into your account to get yourself out of the red.  We call that Relief Care.

Next step

Then you have a choice.  You can neglect your checkbook and suffer a relapse and more service fees later.  Or, continue making deposits into your account, building up your balance and giving yourself some breathing room.  Think of that as Corrective Care.  The smartest option is to continue making still more deposits, opening up a savings account that can serve as a buffer you can call upon in moments of stress.  We call that Maintenance Care or Wellness Care.



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