adjusted is like flossing your teeth. Continue to maintain your core
strength and flexibility and if you must reduce your frequency talk to your
doc about it. I would at a minimum get in every other month or once a
quarter. If you have a fall, car accident, injury than I would go get
checked by your DC asap to see if anything has changed. The benefits of
maintaining your adjustments are far more than pain. It has been shown to
boost immunity, endorphin production etc... This translates to being over
all healthier and better wellbeing (ie: less stress, happiness, stable
moods etc...) also allows you to bounce back from an injury or illness
much quicker than someone who doesn't get adjusted. This will cut down on
your medical visits... I hope this helps!
causing this. Get a motion study to see whats working in there and not
working. That will give you more of an answer than tight muscles. I hope
Dr. Neil K. Pai, D.C., F.A.S.A.