By Mary Pletsch 30 Jul 2020 no comment 512 Views
We see plenty of families at Sheppard Chiropractic Centre. Often there are parents and children, husbands and wives, even grandparents and grandchildren all together in our waiting room. Sometimes our patients tell us, “That other patient is my co-worker; my father in law; my friend!” Also, we regularly hear patients mentioning that we saw a family member or friend of theirs recently. There’s a good reason for that—we welcome referrals.
If chiropractic care has helped you to feel good and keeps you at your best, share the news with your loved ones!
Maybe you made your first visit to Sheppard Chiropractic Centre because you were in pain. Perhaps you were suffering from an injury. Or maybe the cumulative strain of aches and discomfort caused you to reach for over-the-counter medication. What if your family members don’t have that level of pain? Do they still need to see a chiropractor?
If they don’t already have a regular chiropractor, they do need one!
We would be honoured to help.
Why is regular chiropractic care important?
Firstly, chiropractic care can address minor ailments before they develop into major discomfort. Secondly, chiropractic care is essential for people who are physically active. Some of our patients enjoy sports. Others want to be able to go out and socialize. Or they would like to play with their children or grandchildren without stiffness or pain. Also, young children need support for their growing bodies. Finally, people of all ages benefit from chiropractic care’s proven ability to reduce stress.
Seeing health professionals regularly—family doctors, dentists, and, yes, chiropractors—is the best way to ensure that you are in the best possible health. In summary, being in your best health means being able to live your life to the fullest.
We are always honoured when people trust us enough to recommend us to their family, friends and co-workers. Invite them to contact Sheppard Chiropractic Centre at (506) 635-8182 or (506) 847-7172. We would be happy to have them as our patients.