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|How Chiropractic Care Helps
Trying to be healthy and well while having spinal misalignments and nerve interference is like trying to run a quarter-mile with a 100-pound weight on your back. You're struggling to make the effort, but your resources are being drained by the effects of extraneous forces.
Spinal misalignments create unnecessary forces and pressures on spinal muscles and ligaments. These soft tissues become irritated and inflamed. The inflammation causes pain and interferes with the free flow of nerve impulses between your body and your brain. These conditions can even lead to diseases affecting your digestive system, endocrine system, and cardiopulmonary system.
Chiropractic care is designed to correct spinal misalignments and remove nerve interference. The results include musculoskeletal balance, a free flow of information between your brain and your body, and an overall improvement in health and well-being.
Washington Injury and Sports Performance Clinic is proud to announce the beginning of its new corporate wellness branch, FIRST THERAPY.
At FIRST Therapy, we focus on the CAUSE, not the PAIN. Standing between an injury and your improved quality of life is the body’s protective layer of defense – Soft Tissue. The soft connective tissue located just under the skin wraps the muscles, bones, nerves and blood vessels, and plays a critical role in 95% of injuries.
Whether you’ve undergone surgical intervention, suffer from chronic pain, or simply feel your body is not achieving peak results, FIRST has specific methods to address the cause of your pain. Our innovative A.R.T, Graston, and Chiropractic techniques address soft tissue and alignment issues – producing quantifiable Results – and opening your body’s channels to renewed health. At WISPC & FIRST Therapy, METHOD MATTERS.
New patients receive 20% OFF first visit.