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Posted on 11-06-2014

My husband and I have a thing for 2002 Hondas. And by thing, I mean we like having no car payments and we happen to own Hondas. He has a great little Accord and it has served him well for the past 3 years or so. As I was getting in the driver’s seat one day, I noticed that his seat belt buckle was not at the ready. You know, it always seems to be in the same spot and at the perfect grabbing distance. My first thought was, did the buckle somehow fall off the belt? No, that’s crazy, it has to be on here… As I stretch farther down the belt I locate the buckle at the very bottom! How on Earth did it get there? I then realized that the little support button that keeps that very thing from happening was no longer at its given post. 
It’s funny how such a seemingly small piece of the car could impact my fluid use of said vehicle. I honestly cannot tell you how many times I would ride in his car and forget that that little button was gone and swear to myself that I would fix it and then forget…until the next time I sat in the driver’s seat and went through the same routine. I can only imagine that my husband went through the same song and dance…only his was much more frequently…daily perhaps! In fact, he is the one who wound up fixing it, because truth be told, it annoyed me, but I only drove his car once, maybe twice in a week.
The point is, this little button had a huge impact because it was doing what it was meant to do. Did the job seem glamorous? Did the little bit of support seem to make a huge difference in the performance of the car? No. But to one person (the driver) involved in a task of getting from one place to another, it was noted that the support button was missing. A tiny part in the symphony of getting around, but a part nonetheless.
The same thing goes for the body. It is made up of so many parts―both big and small. While some of the high-profile parts―like your teeth―will get daily personal maintenance (or at least I hope so) and bi-yearly professional maintenance, other parts never get a second glance…unless something goes drastically wrong.
Your spine plays a crucial role in daily life. You got out of bed thanks, in part, to your spine. Every time you move your head―or keep it up at all―you can thank your spine! So many of us don’t give the spine’s individual health a second thought until it is unable to fulfill its daily tasks. Then the damage that started out as a small annoyance is hampering your quality of life. What if we looked at spine health as something to be respected and maintained? 
Don’t wait until you can’t get out of bed in the morning, or until your headaches are keeping you from being at your best. Remember that your spine encases your nerves. Those nerves are the messengers from the brain. When the spinal care is neglected, it can begin to inhibit the nerves from doing their job 100% and they begin to give poor messages to the recipient. See your Chiropractor on a consistent basis. This means regular maintenance. This could be once every month, or once every 6 weeks for you once you get your spine to accept optimal positions as the new norm. Trust me, once you experience optimal normalcy, you won’t want to live out of alignment. So invest in your health! Talk to one of our Chiropractors to help determine what consistent means for you and make the commitment. Your health is yours and yours alone! Invest in the best version of you. Chiropractic is one component of that.

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