A Full Range of Motion
Sometimes, we’ve been living with injuries or pain for so long we forget what it was like to feel great. Our necks might not turn as far to the side as they used to, or we might not be able to bend down to pick things up anymore without stiffness- and we’re living within that limited range of motion.
We all know to take care of our transportation. We get oil changes every 3,000 miles for our cars or take them to the mechanic when the “check engine” light comes on. In the same way, your body is your vehicle to take you where you need to go. It needs love and care and maintenance, too!
A full range of motion can be defined as:
A strutural or functional compromise in the ability of a joint to move around an axis. (McGraw-Hill)
You don’t have to live with anything less than your full range of motion, especially if a few (chiropractic) adjustments could change your life. Just a reminder from Sigma Wellness: Listen to your body’s way of telling you to “check the engine”!
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.