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stretchChiropractic care is much more than just treating aches and pains as they arise.  It can also be a deterrent to aches and pains. Like a good warm up before a sporting event, the main focus has always been to prepare you physically and mentally for the challenge ahead and that’s what we at Peachtree Rehab like to promote in your  search for optimum health and wellness.

Warming up before a sporting event might begin with a 5-10 minute light aerobic exercise routine since it’s not a good idea to stretch cold muscles. You should stretch  the lower back, calves, hamstrings, quadriceps and neck holding each stretch for 15 to 30 seconds. Try not to bounce. Just stretch.

As you work on your stretching, you are also improving your cognitive skills and mental state. Mind and body working together forms a synergy that leads to athletic  excellence and total well being. This is part of what makes up the underlying principles of Holistic medicine. The unification of mind, body and spirit as a whole is what we  focus on when assembling your custom road map to health utopia and believe that this lifestyle can keep your aches and pains at their minimum if not nonexistent.

Your nutritional intake is also a factor to consider when putting together the ultimate health and wellness program. Peachtree Rehab can provide a structured nutritional program based on your individual needs and include this in your personal health portfolio.

So come to Peachtree Rehab when you have aches and pains but remember we are not just about fixing what’s broken. Instead, we prepare you for a life of total wellness and blissful living.

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