Chiropractors Are Stupid!

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My arteries are clogged and my chest hurt badly. The MD told me I needed to exercise for 60 minutes a day, every day, and have routine physical exams to prevent a heart attack. I exercised once, and I hurt worse. I won’t be going back.

Stupid doctor!

Two doctors looking at a camera for a photo at TruSpine in San Francisco, CA

My teeth were dirty. The dentist recommended I brush twice a day and floss. I also need to get a routine cleaning twice a year. I brushed the first day, and they were clean already.

Stupid dentist!

People having a consultation at TruSpine in San Francisco, CA

My communication skills are awful. The counselor said I have to be open about my feelings and truly listen to what people are saying. I did that yesterday but no one listens to me! I’m not doing that anymore.

Stupid counselor!

A man working out on an exercise ball after receiving treatment at TruSpine in San Francisco, CA

I have to lose 30 pounds. Great news! After 3 months of hard work of proper nutrition and daily exercise, I did it!  But, that was too hard to maintain, so I stopped those healthy daily activities.  After 3 months, I gained the weight back! You have to keep doing it to keep your results.

Exercising is stupid!

Two men sitting in a psychologist's office during a session of therapy near TruSpine in San Francisco, CA

My back hurts. The San Francisco Chiropractor said that because I sit 8 hours a day at work and then 4 hours at home. I look down at my cell phone putting extreme stress on my neck. Also mentioned, that all other physical, chemical and emotional stress I encounter every day has physical manifestations in the form of muscle tightness and inflammation. Furthermore, that those connections physically impact my neuromusculoskeletal system every minute of every day. He can likely make me better with adjustments. But, he says I need to keep coming back to maintain optimal health! I won’t be going back.

Chiropractors are stupid!

The point is, Any healthy habit takes consistency to maintain the benefit. If you’re one of the approximately 80% of Americans who have endured low back pain, you might have looked into a chiropractor for some professional help. You might have even asked do chiropractors really help? Continue reading about popular myths about chiropractic care here.

To get to the root cause of pain and discomfort, schedule an initial consultation, including a comprehensive evaluation and first treatment.

More helpful resources:

How Can a Chiropractor Help: 3 Ways

Chiropractic Treatment for Back Pain Relief