Weber Family Chiropractic - Weekly Health Tip

March 23, 2020

 

 

Dear patient and friend,

 

In the journals I read I often come across new developments in the science of chiropractic.However, people like you never become aware of these important ideas since the media reports so little of it.

 

Therefore Iíve taken yet upon myself to keep you informed of crucial breakthroughs because I know how important they can be to you, your family and friends.As your doctor, I believe it is part of my sacred trust.So for your information and consideration, here are these unique and revolutionary developments.

 

 

An A+ for Movement

 

Desk confinement is pretty much the standard for students once they hit first grade, all the way through college. (By the way, it doesn't get any better if you take a desk job after completing your education.) Beyond the health issues being illuminated on a near-daily basis regarding the toll constant sitting can exert on the body, research also suggests the mind can suffer from too much sitting.

For example, according to research involving more than 12,000 schoolchildren in grade school or preschool, a little movement can be a very good thing when it comes to academic performance. Analysis of previous studies conducted in the U.S. and nine other countries revealed that "physically active lessons" that include periodic physical activities such as jogging in place or doing squats, results in superior lesson-time and test performance outcomes compared to inactive lessons.

Published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, the research review suggests these findings should encourage policy changes to help students. As the researchers stated: "In elementary and preschool settings, when physically active lessons were added into the curriculum they had positive impact on both physical activity and educational outcomes. These findings support policy initiatives encouraging the incorporation of physically active lessons into teaching in elementary and preschool settings."

 

 

Dr. Scott Weber

Weber Family Chiropractic

217.243.5438

 

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I was referred to Dr. Weber by my grown children, as they knew I was having severe, sharp shooting back pain for over two weeks.Pain relievers, a heating pad and muscle rubs did not improve my problem and thought I was taking too much medication.I was skeptical at first that chiropractic could help me but after a prompt appointment, a very thorough examination and explanation of what was wrong with my back; I decided to give it a chance.My results were slow at first, but I was able to return to work within a few days.I am back in her normal now and my only regret is that I didn't try chiropractic sooner.

 

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My aunt and husband both suggested that I seek chiropractic care from Dr. Weber because of back and neck pain along with hand numbness for over 10 years.The pain and numbness were getting to be very BAD.I had tried muscle relaxes but I was afraid of being dependent on them.I had never been to a chiropractor before Dr Weber.My first impression of everyone in the office was that they were nice and friendly.I canít begin to explain the changes.Not only did my pain and numbness improve, but I can breathe better too.If you have not tried chiropractic, try it, it really works.I wish I had gone to see Dr. Weber years ago and not put up with this so long.

 

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