Monthly Archives: October 2017

Recommending a Chiropractor to My Neighbor

We just had a new family move into the neighborhood. They’re very nice, and we had them over for dinner earlier this week. The husband told me all about his previous life in a different state, and somehow the conversation turned to the topic of chiropractors. He’s been having some really severe back pain, and he and his wife were joking about how she stands on his back to make it feel better. I’ve been going to the chiropractor for years, so I suggested that they look up my chiropractor in Oklahoma City. I’ve had nothing but good experiences with him, and I always come out feeling better than when I first went in.

They were silent for a moment, and then they agreed that that would probably be the best course of action. The husband said that he generally tried to avoid going doctors, but that he was willing to give this a go.

Taking Action Without Prescriptions Suits Me Well

A friend urged me to try a different path with my back after I told her that I was sick of going to my regular doctor and being told there is nothing he could do for me outside of giving me a prescription and tell me that I needed to make sure that I don’t allow myself to become addicted. She said that seeing a Cary chiropractor makes better sense at this point for me because it should not be that my only hope is with different prescriptions. I agreed with her. And being someone who has never been addicted to something before, I was petrified that I may fall prey to addiction because I don’t know how to tell if it is happening. Seeing someone else who could help sounded good.

I really didn’t do anything that’s worth telling about in the way of a fantastic story. I was simply riding my bike around my neighborhood and I fell off. I felt stupid. But my back felt even worse. I simply wanted to lose some weight, and I thought that writing my bike would be a fun way to do that. I had spent a lot of years riding my stationary bike inside from time to time, and I just felt like getting outside in the sunshine and actually traveling around on a bike that really moves.I guess I should have stuck with the stationary bike because my accident occurred after riding my other bike after only three times.

I went to 4 different doctor appointment. My physician told me that I simply needed to wait it out or try the meds he had been prescribing me. But it had been 8 months, and I wondered just how much longer I needed to wait. So, going to see a chiropractor helped and it put power back into my hands because he took action immediately and I have seen amazing results thanks to his action.