No Pain, No Gain??

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Hard workouts, heavy breathing and smelly sweat are not the way to achieve physical improvement and health. Difficult training is often the fastest way to produce injury, dysfunction and discouragement, especially in the mature “30-100 year old” body.

Think of the animals. They rest, stretch, eat and play on their own schedule. When they run to survive, as in an antelope chased by a
cheeta, they are able to use rested, relaxed muscles, full of energy for the chase. The stressed, sick, tired animal is singled out for the kill because it is less likely to get away.

Young animals are known for their interest in playing. (Think training reflexes and skills to provide for themselves) They also seem to eat with gusto and sleep deeply.

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Our Chiropractic Doctor

Dr. Patricia Cline, D.C.

Dr. Patricia Cline, DC

Dr. Cline graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2005. Prior to becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Cline was a Licensed Massage Therapist...

Our goal is to restore your body’s balance and function and to correct the underlying cause of your symptoms with treatments that are as painless as possible.