The combination of chiropractic/manual therapy and massage therapy paired with smart training can make a profound impact on any musculoskeletal condition you may be dealing with. There’s tremendous value in care and training that focuses on the goals and outcomes you care about. You place a value on your health or performance and you should receive services that deliver value.
The challenge is finding a chiropractor, therapist, or trainer who aligns with your values and the value that you place on your body and health. There’s a spectrum on which these providers exist and it becomes your responsibility to do your homework. To make sure you find someone that can deliver the care, quality, results, and value that you’re looking for.
You can go to 10 chiropractors and have 10 totally different experiences. You could see 10 personal trainers and have 10 totally different experiences. Yet all those experiences fall under the broad categories of ‘chiropractic’ or ‘personal training’.
You don’t know what you’re getting into until you do some research and understand how someone practices or how they are going to approach your specific exercise program.
Some may argue one way may not be better than another way, but there are certainly more affective means of treatment and training that get better results.
There is a responsibility on the individual to find someone who will deliver that value. People often go through detailed vetting processes when it comes to a mechanic, electrician, plumber, doctor, etc. When it comes to your health, are you vetting the people you work with?
A big reason why we get a lot of athletes and individuals that prioritize their health is they do their homework. They want to understand how the body works and they are driven to optimize it. They search out the right person for the job. They want someone to deliver value in the care and the training that they are receiving because they realize they only have one body and they want to take care of it to the best of their ability.
Are you placing value on your health, fitness, or sport goals? Or are you just looking for the best price?
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