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To the coolest Doctor I have ever met. Thanks for your friendship and support!" I could never have known how much better I'd feel under Dr. Steve's care! During his initial examination, he explained the basis for why I wasn't feeling well after an auto accident. He said that I was suffering from whiplash; and as a result my spine was misaligned so that my body was working overtime to compensate for the injury. Yet, I knew little of the benefits and sound medical advice offered through his practice! Along with an excellent staff and state of the art equipment, he provided gentle hands on adjustments, with gradual step by step counseling toward one's better health. The family friendly atmosphere of his office I'd recommend, particularly to any family that is looking to improve their overall wellness.

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Exercise Print E-mail
Dr. Steven Long reviews postural exercises with Amy.

Cardiovascular and strength training combined with chiropractic care are important factors in the improvement of your health.

Dr. Steve's undergraduate degree is in athletic training. After you begin care at our office Dr. Steve will schedule for an exercise consultation. He will take 15 minutes to review the top 3-4 exercises or stretches specific to your problem. These will only take you a few minutes each day but the benefits will last a lifetime.

Strong muscles keep your body upright and allow you to move. Good muscle strength and balance are critical to maintain proper posture and minimize muscle tension. Your muscles function much like the wires that hold up a tall radio or television antenna. If the wires are equally strong on all sides, the antenna will stand up straight. If one of the wires becomes weak or breaks, the antenna will either lean to the side or collapse. The same is true with your body. If the muscles on all sides of your spine are balanced and strong, your body will stand up straight and strong. Unfortunately, most people don’t have balanced and strong muscles – due, once again, to lack of exercise and to subluxations (misalignments) of the spine.

NOTE: If a you have a history of heart problems, it is important for you to consult with your Primary Care Physician to be certain they can tolerate cardiovascular fitness activities.

 

 
 




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