Say what?

When your spine falls out, life will be very unpleasant. Can you imagine, your spine falls out, eliminating protection of the spinal cord and spinal nerves at the same time your ability to stand upright is over? No more posture, no more flexibility, no more nerve control of everything from movement to digestion of your food. On an “unpleasant scale”, this is a 10 out of 10.

What will you do if your spine falls out? What exactly does that mean?

What will you do if your spine falls out? What exactly does that mean?

The good news is your spine can’t “fall out.” The bad news is, it can degenerate, become fixated and immobilized, it can force you to hunch over after the pain of wear and tear sets it. Sound terrible? It is. We see it everyday. People come in with terrible pain and immobility, health issues and complaints. Their issues seemingly came out of nowhere, but that’s only because they didn’t feel them materializing. These are predictable problems from neglecting the spine. Forget the pain for a moment and consider the disability. Unable to work, unable to make dinner, unable to play with kids, grandkids, earn a living and care for your family. Unable to enjoy your retirement.

This is not intended to scare you, it’s intended to warn you. Much like good behavior and preparation in any area of your life, investing in spinal health and doing what you can to protect yourself, will set you up for greater success.

THE GOOD NEWS IS…. there is a profession dedicated, and proven, to help maintain the spine and nervous system. Chiropractors are the solution. No, your spine will never “fall out”, even though if it gets bad enough, you may wish it would, but you have the power to protect it! For a more mobile, better functioning, less painful life, choose chiropractic.

Choose Dr. Lou. Portland, Maine – Family Chiropractor with a specialty in perinatal chiropractic, pediatric chiropractic, and musician health.

Unlike implants or false teeth, there is no such thing as a spine transplant. You get one for life. Care for it like it’s the only car you’ll ever own.