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Living an active and healthy lifestyle is a worthy goal. Not only will regular physical activity improve your brain health and help you manage your weight, but it can actually reduce your risk of disease. That being said, an active lifestyle also comes with an increased risk of injury, especially for athletes and other high-activity individuals. It’s worth noting that chiropractic care can actually help you lower your overall risk of injury through exercises and therapies. Even so, it’s important that you know what to do in case an injury does occur.

Early intervention is critical to the healing and recovery process. The sooner you’re able to recognize the signs of injury, however slight, the sooner you’ll be able to take the necessary steps toward treatment and rehabilitation. Chiropractic care can be a significant part of your healing process, especially with its emphasis on non-invasive treatment methods that avoid drugs or surgery. See below for a few key reasons why early intervention is critical for a complete and healthy recovery.

  1. Support & Accelerate the Healing Process. This is the number one reason for early chiropractic intervention. The body is well-equipped to take care of itself in the case of an injury, but the healing process often takes a while. Plus, unexpected complications may arise with time. You don’t want to feel the effects of your injury years down the road. Chiropractic care promotes a swift recovery by supporting the body’s natural processes, allowing for a smooth healing.
  2. Prevent Risk of Further Injury. As mentioned previously, chiropractic is more than just a prescriptive treatment. It also has the potential to strengthen and elevate the body’s capabilities, including mobility, flexibility, and immunity.
  3. Reduce Inflammation. Inflammation is the body’s natural response to trauma. It can actually be good for the injury for a short period, but prolonged inflammation may cause issues. Chiropractic adjustments may provide relief from inflammation before it spirals out of control.
  4. Manage Painful Symptoms. Pain management is one of the most common functions of chiropractic care, especially after an injury. Like inflammation, pain is your body’s way of letting you know that something is wrong. Rather than block these signals with drugs that may have lasting effects, chiropractic care can help keep your pain at bay naturally.

If you, a friend, or a loved one has been recently injured, now is the time to act. Early prevention with chiropractic care will help reduce pain while promoting a speedy recovery. We invite you to schedule a free consultation with us here at Wirth Chiropractic. Contact us today to get started on the road to wellness!