Lifestyle Issues

Leading a sedentary lifestyle is becoming a significant public issue. Sitting causes a variety of chronic health problems. The loss of important enzymes, hormonal imbalance, fluid retention, postural deformation, muscular atrophy, stiffness, and loss of mobility are just the beginning of the problems. A common complaint is that joints move out of their normal position, and people lose awareness and control of certain body parts or muscles.

Our ITM assist people in gaining complete control of their bodies and all of their functions. To reduce physical wear and tear, we apply a combination of manual, osteopathic, structural integration, and DNS stimulation. Following that, the body is operated on to restore its vitality.

Chronic back pain is persistent for a long time. This may or may not be due to any injury or sometimes the source is hard to determine. Chronic back pain usually involves an array of compensations and related systemic disorders. Depending upon the intensity of the symptoms the treatment is planned to use our integrated treatment model. We use deep healing techniques clubbed with rehabilitation work to slow down the systems. Then we continue the rehabilitation activities to focus on complete recovery or maintenance of healthy living. We a variety of methods like Structural integration and Chiropractic alignment to bring complete recovery, if the patient continues with maintenance activities. In some patients, who only take intermittent adjustment or care, relapse is seen.

Headache is defined as pain arising from the head or upper neck of the body. The pain originates from the tissues and structures that surround the skull or the brain because the brain itself has no nerves that give rise to the sensation of pain. These days it’s more related to wrong postures and weak cervical muscles. In the integrated treatment model, we begin by identifying the underlying cause (muscle or misaligned cervical spine) and work to reduce the intensity and frequency of the bouts, and work on the stability to avoid relapse.

Calf pain varies from person to person, but it typically feels like a dull, aching, or sharp pain, sometimes with tightness, in the back of the lower leg. It is very commonly seen in people with a sedentary lifestyle. Our goal is to start to ease the pain and then work on stretching the tight tissue along with strengthening the weaker parts. We use our integrated treatment model with a variety of methods like Structural integration and Chiropractic alignment to bring complete recovery, if the patient continues with maintenance activities. In some patients, who only take intermittent adjustment or care, relapse is seen.

Varicose veins are enlarged, swollen, and twisting veins, often appearing blue or dark purple. It mainly happens in people who have to be in one posture for a long time or have to stand for a long time like chemists, surgeons, etc. This happens when faulty valves in the veins allow blood to flow in the wrong direction or to pool. More than 23 percent of all adults are thought to be affected by varicose veins. Clients often feel fatigued in the lower limbs, heaviness around joints, and visible discoloration on the skin. We use our integrated treatment model to gradually improve lymphatic drainage and blood circulation. Muscles of lower limbs are also strengthened. Elevation of the legs, compression stockings, and strengthening of the lower limb is an essential part of the treatment plan.

Coccydynia is inflammation localized to the tailbone (coccyx). Symptoms and signs of coccydynia include focal pain and tenderness at the tailbone. Some clients also find it difficult to sit on the bone. In our integrated treatment model, we figure out the directional misalignment of the tail bone and work on bringing it back to the center through a combination of chiropractic and manual therapy. Often techniques like ultrasonic therapy are also used to reduce tenderness. We also include a variety of strengthening routines to help the rehabilitation.

Being unable to concentrate can be the result of a chronic condition and improper circulation throughout the spine due to improper posture etc. Related conditions are Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and chronic fatigue syndrome. We use our integrated treatment model with a variety of methods like Structural integration and Chiropractic alignment to bring complete recovery, if the patient continues with maintenance activities. In some patients, who only take intermittent adjustment or care, relapse is seen.

Many people feel tired and overwhelmed each day, especially with the busy lives they lead. Lifestyle factors that cause low energy levels are bad sleep patterns, no exercise, and a bad diet. Medical conditions, such as low testosterone and sleep apnea, can also cause low energy levels. This leads to misalignments in the spine and imbalances in muscle strength. We use our integrated treatment model to help our patients to improve their body rhythms and alignment, thus improving energy levels. We use several methods, especially osteopathy and breathing techniques for the right impact.

Foot numbness is usually due to a lack of blood supply to an area of the foot or nerve damage. Patients experience altered sensations due to this, and this leads to further inactivity and complications. At EEZ align we use our Integrated treatment model, to identify the root cause like nerve compression, etc. to relieve numbness and other challenges. For a problem of this type, we do a complete rehabilitation.

The complications of poor posture include back pain, spinal dysfunction, joint degeneration, rounded shoulders, and a potbelly. It majorly happens to people who have a sedentary lifestyle. In the integrated treatment model to establish the right posture, corrective exercises are taught. Chiropractic adjustments are done regularly.

Muscle stiffness is when any muscle group feels tight and you find it more difficult to move, as compared to how you usually do. You may also have muscle pains, cramping, and discomfort because of the stiffness. We use our integrated treatment model to reduce stiffness and eventually, we progress to removing the root cause of the challenge.

Forward head posture increases the workload for many of the muscles attached to the cervical spine, which has the job of holding up the head. Over time, forward head posture can lead to muscle imbalances as the body tries to adapt and find efficient ways to hold the head up for straight-ahead vision. Some muscles become elongated and weakened, whereas other muscles become shorter and tighter. It is one of the very common causes of headaches. Using our integrated treatment model, we begin with symptomatic relief of the muscles involved, going on to gradual adjustment of the spine and eventually bringing the head position to a neutral position. Patient education is also done, as it is a key element for a full recovery.

Hand numbness is usually caused by damage, irritation, or compression of one of the nerves or a branch of one of the nerves in your arm and wrist. Using our integrated treatment model depending on the cause initiate symptomatic treatment and progress to the alignment of the nerve root and gradual strengthening of the muscles involved to create a complete recovery.

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