How an At-Home Chiropractor Can Help You 

The reality is that a significant number of people experience joint stiffness and back pain. This is especially true since Covid19 has made a lot of jobs remote. People who are not used to sitting at a desk all day, are suddenly sitting at desks all day. Not only that, but even people who work in offices prior to the pandemic, are suddenly working from home. And suddenly they don’t need to get up out of their chair every 5 to 10 minutes to hand someone a paper, their meetings are online on the screen in front of them. This means they forget to get up and stand up and stretch and make sure they’re taking care of their bodies.

And because of this, because of the constant sitting down, it may make you uncomfortable and it can limit you from carrying out simple tasks like household chores. This is an issue, but have no fear, because at-home chiropractors exist. Yes, these chiropractors will come to your home. If you have any questions about at-home chiropractors, you should reach out to the nearest wellness center to you that offers chiropractic care, such as the Lotus Wellness Center.

But did you know that your at-home chiropractor  may also recommend chiropractic adjustments that you can do at home if you’re comfortable with that? It’s true. Chiropractic adjustment is a procedure that often involves the use of small tools and their hand will play sudden but controlled force to a joint, think of spinal manipulation.

One of these final adjustment techniques that you can do at home to reduce mid back pain is the cobra structure, where if you lay flat on the stomach you will lose your legs together and place your palms by the shoulders. Then keep your legs balanced, press your hands down to lift the upper body and tilt the head backwards. You want to stay in this position for one full deep breath while grounding the hips into a map for support. This is a perfectly safe adjustment to do at home if you feel comfortable with it.

If you do not feel comfortable with at home chiropractic care by yourself you should reach out to a chiropractic care provider that offers at home chiropractic care. Practicing chiropractic adjustment at home can help reduce chronic and physical pain for some time, but it is not the end-all be-all to your chiropractic care.

Adjusting yourself at home in these minor ways is going to be able to help you with your aches and pains for a little while but you will eventually need to visit a chiropractor or have a chiropractor visit you. This is because a chiropractor is trained to do full-body manipulations whereas you are not, you are only able to tackle the immediate cause of your pain not the overall issue with your pain.