- Chiropractic is a central component of any health and well-being plan. We know this better than anyone and can make chiropractic fit into any lifestyle.
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|Chiropractic Care and the Possibility of Flourishing
Health issues often interfere with the ability to participate fully in life. For example, ongoing lower back pain can make a person irritable and anxious. Lower back pain reduces a person's activities, wastes valuable metabolic resources, and saps energy. The affected person's emotional range becomes restricted as she is continually compelled to be aware of her body's limitations.
Chiropractic care may provide substantial benefit in the case of lower back pain and many other physical ailments. Gentle chiropractic care helps reduce pain by restoring mobility and reducing inflammation of affected muscles, ligaments, and tendons. As the person's pain resolves her interest in daily activities begins to grow. Reducing pain is associated with increasing involvement in life. As good health is restored, the person's ability to thrive and flourish is restored as well.
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Dr. Lott takes the time at each and every visit to truly listen to what I have to say so that he can provide the best treatment possible. I'm a trainwreck when it comes to multiple aches and pains and he always knows how to get me feeling great again either through chiropractic work or acupuncture (or sometimes both!) I've never been to a doctor that is as personable and easy to talk to as Seth Lott. His location is super convenient for me and I will definitely be back. Thanks for being awesome, Dr. Lott!