San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2014
Stress management can be difficult in this day and age. With high-demand jobs that require hours of concentration and diminish rest and leisure time, stress can mount up and create physical and mental damage. It is critical to find a way to manage stress in order to be healthy and to maintain high quality of life.
“Having a good sense of work-life balance is the key to managing your stress,” says Dr. Adam Jacobs, founding clinician of SF Custom Chiropractic. “Stress, left unchecked, can not only have a negative impact on you mentally, but also be expressed physically with muscle tightness, fatigue, and pain.”
Stress can have a very negative effect on the body. Symptoms include muscle fatigue, lack of energy, irritability, and insomnia. In order to keep it in check, it is important to seek balance and find ways to cope with stressors. Meditation, exercise, reading, gardening, and massage therapy are just a few ways to find relaxation in a busy world.
Massage therapy is a healing form of bodywork that helps to accomplish stress reduction. It is a soft tissue therapy that helps to reshape and retrain soft tissues such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves to achieve optimal function. Coupled with chiropractic therapy, massage therapy helps to restore full range of motion and maximize physical wellness for patients.
National Relaxation Day is on August 15th this year. To honor this holiday, SF Custom Chiropractic offers 10% off of all massages booked during the month of August. Additionally, on August 15th, SF Custom Chiropractic will offer a prepaid package of five one-hour massages for the special price of $399.00.
To learn more about the healing qualities of massage therapy or to book an appointment this month, call the office at (415) 788-8700.
Based in the Financial District of San Francisco, SF Custom Chiropractic opened in January 2011. Head treating doctor, Dr. Adam Jacobs, received his doctorate from Palmer West College of Chiropractic (known for being the leader of sports chiropractic). Dr. Anthony Gustin received both his doctorate and masters from University of Western States in Portland Oregon. Both Dr. Jacobs and Dr. Gustin are Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioners. In addition to their doctorate degrees, Dr. Jacobs has his fully body A.R.T.® Masters degree and long nerve entrapment certification, and Dr. Gustin has received a Masters of Science in Exercise and Sports Science. SF Custom Chiropractic takes a holistic full body approach to fix underlying structural problems associated with back pain and many other musculoskeletal disorders.
For more information, visit http://www.sfcustomchiro.com or follow us on Twitter @SFCustomChiro.