It’s Summer Time!

Just in case you couldn’t tell with all the recent high temperatures, summer is here!  Aside from the heat, that means school’s out, Fathers’ Day is around the corner, and family vacations are on most people’s agendas.  With all that’s going on, summer is not the time to forget about your spinal health.  Make sure you keep up with those chiropractic visits and don’t forget your exercises and stretches.  You’ve put so much hard work in so far, don’t let it go to waste!

In honor of Fathers’ Day, we’re having a special for all the Dads, Grandads, Uncles, and Brothers in your life.  We’re offering a free spinal screening (worth $50) for anyone you know that has a health issue they’d like to get checked out.  Refer your favorite guy and give him the gift of health this Fathers’ Day for all the great things he’s done for you 🙂

Summer also seems to be the time when kids get into “trouble.”  By that we mean, the incidence of falls from bikes, sports injuries, and broken bones seems to increase around this time.  These accidents are traumatic to the spine as well as the area of the body that’s injured.  Forces strong enough to cause injuries can cause misalignments to the spine which can put pressure on the nervous system of growing bodies.  To make sure the little people in your lives are growing free of misalignments and nervous system impairment, get their spines checked out at our office.  As always, spinal screenings for children under the age of 18 are no charge.  Give us a call and we can help take of your child’s chiropractic needs.

Lastly, don’t forget to look out for a new “Ask Dr. Smith” section to be posted in the next few days.  We’ll be answering a great question about posture and how it relates to your health.  The answer will include tips for maintaing the proper postures for avoiding injury during travel, work, and exercise.

Have a fantastic start to your summer and as always, let us know if there is anything we can do for you and yours.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Kristin Nuccio Smith, DC