Wellness Care in Mint Hill NC

Wellness Care in Mint Hill Nc

Chiropractic Mint Hill NC wellness

Now I would like to clearly define the third and final phase of cover practic care, known as wellness care.

This is the area in the healthcare arena where chiropractors in Mint Hill prevail! The chiropractic profession has arguably been the leader in the wellness care area of healthcare for the last five decades!

Once you have finished rehabilitative care, you then move on to the wellness phase. Another name often used to describe this phase is maintenance care. your wellness program will be designed specifically for you based on your age in lifestyle and current level of spinal health. It will include such things as nutritional advice and exercise.

Wellness Care for Residents in Mint Hill SC

A good way to look at wellness care is too related to car care, something more common that everyone can relate to. We all know that it takes a long time for an engine to blow up, but with regular maintenance, the car will run well for many years and many miles. Similarly, in the spine, regular wellness care keeps the spine healthy and strong, minimizing the chance of the vertebra to get out of proper alignment.

I have personally seen many of our wellness patients at Mint Hill Spine and Pain Relief Center, over my 2 decades of practice, go through falls, injuries, and auto accidents. Based on what I have seen and experienced with my patients, it is my opinion that this group of healthy patients recovers twice as fast as an average individual!

Treatment frequency can range from once per week to once every month during wellness care. The goals of this phase of chiropractic care are to improve health, encourage normal spinal function, prevent the return of the original spinal condition, and catch small problems before they become serious ones, or even permanent health issues.

Wellness care in Mint Hill is very important, especially given the state of health in the United States. Healthcare spending in the United States exceeded $2 trillion in 2006, it is projected to reach $4.2 trillion by The end of 2018. The problem is that most of this money doesn’t go for healthcare but for sick care.

Paul Zane Pilzer, a renowned economist, summarized the situation well. “ The sickness business is reactive. Despite its enormous size, people become customers only when they are stricken by and react to a specific condition or complaint… The wellness business is proactive. People voluntarily become customers to feel healthier, to reduce the effects of aging, and to avoid becoming customers of the sickness business. Everyone wants to be a customer of this earlier stage approach to health.”


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Charlotte Spine and Pain Relief Center

7215-A Lebanon Rd
Mint Hill, NC 28227

(704) 573-7161