At Backfire Chiropractic, Seattle chiropractor Dr. Kerry O’Neill uses advanced chiropractic techniques and the latest chiropractic equipment to relieve patients' neck pain and back pain and help patients recover from and manage organic and systemic health problems.
June is a fabulous month to be up and about in Seattle’s Capitol Hill district, and we at Backfire Chiropractic want you to feel good so you can enjoy it. Here is the first in a series of blog posts about not-to-miss June events in Capitol Hill; plus, some great tips for staying healthy. We don’t want you to miss out! Before you start filling up your June calendar, remember to check in with yourself and think more seriously about integrating some of those healthy changes you’ve been contemplating: getting exercise the fun way, eating better and eliminating stress. Physical stress and emotional stress are primary causes of subluxations—improperly aligned spinal bones that can restrict motion and affect nerve communications between your brain and body. We at Backfire Chiropractic help patients with subluxations all the time, so we know the important benefits that a simple change in lifestyle can have on your overall health. So we’ve included a few health tips to help you feel better this June. Seattle International Film Festival It’s happening now! There are a ton of films to see this season at SIFF, but remember that being seated in the same position for a long time isn’t the best thing for your spine. Take every opportunity to stand up, stretch and mix with the crowd. It will help you improve blood circulation and give your back a much-needed break from the sitting position. Fortunately, our bodies have the ability to self-correct minor problems if we take care to bend and stretch, but if you feel intense back pain or neck pain, lingering pain or numbness, you’ll want to see a chiropractor to check for subluxations.Out to Lunch Summer Concert Series happening every Wednesday and Friday from noon-1:30 p.m. in nearby downtown Seattle. Repetitive motion injuries are a common problem in the workplace today. Whether you’re working behind a computer or the coffee counter, you should be sure to take breaks and change your positioning to avoid repetitive motion injuries like carpal tunnel, tendonitis and subluxations. Remember: just a few simple changes can sometimes make all the difference in your health. Take care, Backfire Chiropractic
Not-to-Miss Capitol Hill Events – Plus, Tips for Staying Healthy, Part 1
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