Balance

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Balance and coordination exist when the body is used for what it is designed for. Exercises such as walking, swimming, yoga, Pilates, bicycling, martial arts, and bodybuilding all help to improve muscle coordination. Activities such as working at a desk, reading, and watching television do the opposite for the body. Without realizing it, most people have extreme stress in their muscles. This muscular tension contributes to muscle tightness, restricted movement, and joint pain. This occurs simply because they sit for many hours every day and do not perform regular exercises that will work to keep all of the muscles in their body in balance.

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  • "I have been a patient at this practice for many, many years. About two years ago I moved out of the state. I've tried and tried to find a new chiropractor that even comes close to helping me manage my pain like Dr. Adamson did, unsuccessfully. Instead, I drive the 4 hours back to this office as often as I can, because he is the only doctor who has been able to help me feel better and THAT is worth the drive. He is kind, always takes time for his patients, pays attention to their changing needs, and is never 'too busy' for his patients. You won't ever feel rushed or like 'the next person in line' at this office!"
    Julie L.