Prolonged sitting, driving, and poor posture are all contributing habits that reinforce this pattern of increased stress and make people more susceptible to injury.
San DIego, CA (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
“One-half of all working Americans report having back pain symptoms each year,” is a statistic San Diego Chiropractor, Ryan Curda, D.C. sites in his latest blog discussing back pain. “Whether it is localized pain, back spasms, or radiating pain causing additional leg pain the root cause is generally the same. A lack of global balanced muscle and joint function creates imbalances and a significant increase in stress to a particular region,” said Dr. Curda. When asked what is behind some of the back pain he treats in his office Dr. Curda added, “prolonged sitting, driving, and poor posture are all contributing habits that reinforce this pattern of increased stress and make people more susceptible to injury.”
Dr. Curda is the author of the latest “Low Back Pain” blog, and is a prolific contributor to the online discussion of increased wellness through identifying and correcting imbalances in our daily lives that often contributes to our many ails and pains. Dr. Curda says, “Chiropractic is a holistic approach to health care, which focuses not just on localized symptoms, but considers the whole-body approach to healing. A problem in one part of the body may affect other areas of the body in ways that may not be appreciated when the healer is focusing only on local symptoms.” Personalized Chiropractic also treats quite a number of children who are having issues with colic, bed-wetting, or back pain. You can visit http://personalizedchiropractic.com or call them on the phone number listed on their contact page.
About Personalized Chiropractic:
Dr. Ryan Curda was born and raised in the great state of Alaska. Growing up in the rural town of Bethel provided Ryan with a unique perspective on life, health, and community. Ryan moved to San Diego in 2001 to pursue and attain a Bachelor of Science degree in Film at San Diego State University. Ryan was raised with a respect and love for Chiropractic care, as he would visit the family chiropractor as regularly as possible. This appreciation grew into a great desire to gain the ability to help people in the way that his personal chiropractor always had. He re-devoted himself to his studies and enrolled in the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2009, where he attained the degree of Doctorate of Chiropractic, Cum Laude.