The Role Of A Chiropractor

A chiropractor is a medical person who manipulates the vertebrae in the back, the ligaments and muscles to clear the nerve pathways of a person who is in distress or discomfort.

Our body functions as a result of the messages sent from our brain to the various muscles and organs of our body. As we sleep, work and play from day to day, or nerves become impinged as the vertebrae get misaligned, our joints become strained, and our muscles pulled and put under strain.

The chiropractor goes to school for at least the equivalent of around 4 years of training in order to learn their craft. They will spend approximately 4,200 hours learning their craft, and then they can go into private practice and treat the public.

Chiropractic or the practice of employing the art of being a chiropractor is still somewhat controversial among those in the medical community, but the proof is really in the pudding, so to speak among the patients who actually use chiropractic.

Most people think that you just go to the chiropractor if you throw your back out, picking up a package, or doing some extra strenuous work. However, the full regimen of chiropractic involves  regularly scheduled visits, primarily for maintenance purposes.

There are many studies that do illustrate the effectiveness of chiropractic adjustments when used for maintenance purposes. Regular chiropractic patients suffer far less colds, influenza, prescription drugs and many other “common” ailments that seem to plague the general public at large.

When used as a tool of prevention, chiropractic does seem to help the immune system and to provide a feeling of well-being. Chiropractic is now a mainstay among professional sports teams which is a good indicator of how the results of a system seem to guide the future use of it. Chiropractic is here to stay and is growing ever more popular because its use does bring good results. If you are looking for a Chiropractor Greenville SC then visit Brown Chiropractor

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Giant Bean Bags

Hello! I just wanted to share a new edition to our office, our massive bean bag. It’s huge. We got the black microsuede 8 ft from here:

Giant, Cozy, and Comfortable

It’s really comfortable and we’re enjoying it a lot. It’s great for the staff to use to rest their backs and relax. A lot of our work is done on the computer while sitting in an office chair. It’s nice to have something that you can really stretch out in. Before we got this giant bean bag, if we wanted to stretch out our backs our only option was to just lay out on the floor. In an office environment, there isn’t really anywhere to rest your back in lying-down position.

But now, we’re very happy with this giant bean bag. If you decide to get one, make sure that you have enough room for it. You may think that 8 ft is not that big, but remember that it’s talking about the diameter, so 8 feet long by 8 feet wide. That’s a BIG space and if the room isn’t big enough it might not fit, or even take up the entire room and you’ll have nowhere to walk. You’ll have a nice comfy bean bag, but no room for anything else!

Different Bean Bag Options

We considered getting one of the cheap ones from Walmart but we checked them out and they weren’t very comfortable and didn’t look like they would last very long. You really do get what you pay for, so we decided to just go with quality and get something from Giant Ben Bag Shop (

Here’s a pretty funny video about what you can do with one of these, though it’s not the kind we bought.

If you’re wondering what the origins are if this unique furniture item, you can check it out here on Wikipedia.

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