Public Health Advocate Dr. Gustafson Encourages Spinal Screenings

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Prominent chiropractor, Dr. Mark Gustafson, of Allied Chiropractic Center in Eagan, Minnesota is offering a free chiropractic consultation for new patients in hopes to promote overall community wellness.

Allied Chiropractic Center and its frontman, Mark Gustafson, DC, are standing out against ill health in Eagan, Minnesota. As a pioneer for public health and awareness of healthy living, Dr. Gustafson is concerned. While there are mass endeavors to inform children and families about the risks and rewards of oral hygiene, proper nutrition, and a myriad of other facets of health, Dr. Gustafson asserts that too little focus is placed on spinal health.

The human spine is often kept in too rigid of positions, Dr. Gustafson maintains, such that compression is placed on the lower – lumbar – spine. This is what leads to subluxations in the spine which cause back and neck pain, headaches, and even asthma or insomnia. If poor posture and the consequent ailments that follow are a major problem for Eagan, it isn’t any wonder that Dr. Gustafson is pushing residents to get spinal screenings.

A spinal screening allows a chiropractor to determine if your spine is in proper alignment. Dr. Gustafson provides that even people who are not experiencing pain can be misaligned which will cause them eventual damage. His endeavor to promote spinal screenings is about prevention, rather than post-pain cure.

To promote spinal screenings and general public health, Dr. Gustafson is offering a promotion. New patients to Allied Chiropractic will receive their first consultation completely free of charge. It is Dr. Gustafson’s hope that once people see that chiropractic care can be painless and informative, they will continue to return. He hopes to convert some skeptics and possibly cure or prevent some serious ailments – all in an effort to benefit Eagan.

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