As we move into the final few months of the year, it’s often a time to look ahead and also behind to see what we’ve done and what our goals are. With our healthcare it should be the same.
Why is this?
Have you considered this about your health insurance for example? Did you know that many insurance plans cover a certain number of physical therapy or chiropractic visits every year? The number varies on plan to plan, but it could be up to 24 visits a year.
And of course, you are essentially paying for these through your insurance.
So what should you do about it?
Well, the first option is to do nothing about it, but you’ve paid for them, why not get some benefit? You may feel fit and healthy though and that’s great, but did you know chiropractic care may help you remain that way and even make you feel better? Chiropractic care is fantastic for maintenance. Just as you regularly maintain your care, maintaining your back is a great way to stay fit and healthy. Let’s face it, pro athletes regularly get chiropractic care even if they are not injured.
So what this means is if you have 20 visits for the remainder of the year come in and see us every couple of weeks and we can help you stay on top of your health and help prevent future issues.
If you have some pain niggles, and you don’t come in, those niggles could get worse. If they do, then by the end of the year, you may have more pain and it may take more effort to get you out of it. You may find yourself using up many of next year’s visits to get on top of the problem. If you get taken care of now, you use up some of your visits for this year and all is good.
Regular maintenance care really does help though. There have been many studies showing that chiropractic treatment on a maintenance basis is one of the best ways to stay out of pain.
So make sure you use up as many of your visits this last part of the year to help you remain healthy or get any of those niggling pains sorted early.
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