14 Signs of an Unhealthy Spine

There have been many patients who came to my office for the first time thinking that they went to bed one night perfectly healthy, and by some unlucky twist of fate, woke up the next day with their ailment.

The chances of it actually happening this way are quite slim. 90% of these patients experienced several “warning signs” within their body for months or years before their problem grew into something larger and more noticeable.

Here is a list of 14 warning signs of an unhealthy spine:

You have to crack your neck and joints often.
The heels on your shoes wear out unevenly.
You have poor concentration.
You feel tired and fatigued all the time.
You have a low resistance to disease.
One leg appears shorter than the other.
You have poor posture.
Frequent headaches, backaches, and tender points in your muscles.
You always feel stressed and tense.
You have stiffness in your neck and back.
You can’t turn your head or twist your hips equally to both sides.
You have poor general health and often times just don’t feel right.
Your jaw clicks.
You can’t take a full deep breath.

Little problems can balloon into bigger more complicated problems over time. So if any of these sound familiar, I encourage you to find a reputable chiropractor in your area and get a check-up.

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[…] Part 2, I will discuss additional signs and symptoms of subluxation. Until then, check out 14 Signs of an Unhealthy Spine for more clues that you might be in need of chiropractic […]

[…] Here are 14 warning signs that people can notice when a misalignment is present. They’re “cries for help” from your body. If you can recall experiencing any of them, it’s time to visit an Upper Cervical chiropractor. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)How Misalignments in the Neck Can Cause Pain Throughout the Entire SpineMother Was Right: “Get Your Head on Straight!”Stop being a bobble headVertigo […]

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