I am Chiropractor James Branson, welcome to my Draper chiropractic blog. Many Draper residents stay fit by running, skiing, biking, and hiking. Others prefer weekly spin, pilates, or kick-boxing classes. Some Sandy folks enjoy working up a sweat at the Sandy climbing gym. No matter how much we work out, stretch, tone, and condition our bodies, at some point we will experience back pain. Many of us feel we can power our way through the pain and hope it will work itself out. Are you a local Draper runner or biker ignoring your low back pain hoping it will go away on its own?
Ignoring the pain will NOT make it disappear. In fact, Draper men and women who allow their back pain to become chronic can suffer emotionally. Chronic low, mid or upper back pain can effect your appetite, your sleep, and your mood. Some Draper chronic back pain sufferers worry they will be unable to continue working, some fear that they will not be able to take care of themselves or their families.
Pain isn’t just an uncomfortable feeling moving through your nervous system. It can color your thoughts, feelings, and perceptions. Some Sandy residents blame their problems on their back pain or start avoiding things that they love to do fearing it may increase their back pain. Because they avoid the things they love some Sandy residents become clinically depressed.
Don’t let your back pain become chronic and cloud your perceptions making you feel anxious or irritable. Let my staff and I at Branson Chiropractic design a custom solution for your back pain relief.
We have been treating the active people of Draper, Sandy, South Jordan, and Murray since 2005. We offer spinal adjustments, spinal massage, neck adjustment, and injury therapy.
Whether you are suffering from chronic back pain, neck pain, sciatica, headaches or are just in need of a minor adjustment, my staff and I at Branson Chiropractic can develop a treatment plan designed just for you.
Contact Branson Chiropractic today to set up an appointment and start the healing process today.
123 North Main Street