Health & Happiness: Make Your Spine, This Month’s Valentine
By Dr. Bryen Bell
February is known as the month of love. But we can often get distracted and forget to love our own bodies and starve our health from the TLC it really needs. We easily neglect this body-focused-romancing by merely going to see a health professional for a pill or ointment, but only after we hurt or pain begins to show us problems through different symptoms.
But is a healthy life just waiting for pain to show up, and THEN looking to fixing it? Or does that sound more like a game of pain management? When our brains can properly communicate with our bodies, it can often handle a natural fix of the problem on it’s own and provide a internally sourced solution to most minor injuries. Yes, for certain repairs, a trip to the specialist is needed, but the common oversight is to not firstly check our brain’s connection to the body.
What the Pain management game is really, is a ‘slap in the face’ to our bodies health and natural wellness. It cheating on our bodies ability to heal and recover in its own natural way.
Love your body, and don’t cheat yourself out of a healthy and natural method of wellbeing. Make your spine, this month’s Valentine, and take care of your health, by taking care of the control center of your body. We’ll even cover the cost of an initial screening to making sure that the romance between brain and body, is never being cheated on.
Dr. Bryen A. Bell is a Board-Certified Chiropractic Physician with 17 years of professional experience. He practices with his wife and operate True Potential Chiropractic, a professionally endorsed, award-winning family care facility. Questions regarding any information in this article please contact 503-574-4872. Or visit them online at tpcportland.com.