Spring Movement in Chicago – Let’s get to it!
Spring Movement – Let’s get to it!
Spring is finally here! We’re all slowly crawling out of hibernation and getting our bodies moving, some of us even get the running itch and head to a nearby path or trail and get our stride going. Race season is also starting and many are ready to join in on the fun and set to tackle our new goals, head on for the season!
We were pretty fortunate as this Winter wasn’t too bad on us. But for many, after being seditary for the last few months, newly engaging in movement can feel amazing and can also throw a few things out of whack, causing some limitations and possible injuries.
Moving your body, whether it be running, a cardio class or yoga for stretching is a great start. Remember, slow and steady wins the race, along with regular chiropractic adjustments will allow the joints and muscles to move at their fullest potential and keep you safe to enjoy the rest of the season, injury-free. Ready to come in for a visit? Schedule here!
Check out some these fun races coming up….
In good health,
Dr. Joanna Reaves
Dr. Joanna Reaves is a Chiropractic Physician passionate about working with patients of all ages. She has experience working with children, pregnant women and athletes.
Dr. Reaves works with health challenges such as acute and chronic pain, weight loss, stress, and those looking to change their lifestyle to better themselves and live a healthy life to their highest potential.
She helps patients to not only eliminate their pain and disease but to prevent it from occurring again. Her preventative care focus is centered on coaching her patients to make lifestyle changes and choices that include changes in posture, correct workplace ergonomics, hydration, regular exercise, and eating a clean diet.
Through chiropractic care, acupuncture, nutrition, and rehabilitative exercises, Dr. Reaves utilizes a holistic approach allowing our body to heal itself. Eliminating the root cause of pain, stress, or weight gain allows our bodies to heal naturally and prevents illness.