Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy

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Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy
Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy is listed in the Chiropractors category in Lynnwood, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy is:
5017 196th St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036
(425) 771-2048

"Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy" - ZapScore Report

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Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Lynnwood, Washington is 35 and in the Chiropractors category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore

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"Earlier this year, the American College of Physicians issued revised guidelines for the treatment of low back pain which recommended that nonpharmacologic treatments replace pharmaceuticals as first-line treatments for both acute and chronic low back pain. A systematic review and meta-analysis published last month in JAMA of 26 randomized clinical trials of spinal manipulation for acute low back pain found statistically significant moderate improvements in both pain and function."

Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy, PS shared Holy Moly's video.
Although trigger points, small localized areas of contracted muscle tissue, can feel amazingly tender, most are fairly easy to find and get rid of with a just little pressure. Of course, if you'd like a little professional expertise with that, we'd be happy to help you out!

"Pressure is not stress. But the former is converted to the latter when you add one ingredient: rumination, the tendency to keep rethinking past or future events, while attaching negative emotion to those thoughts. Of course, (we) must practice reflection — planning for the future or reviewing past lessons — but this is an analytical, short-term process, with positive fallout. Rumination is ongoing and destructive, diminishing your health, productivity, and well-being."
Four steps to stop it.

Balla Advanced Chiropractic & Neuromuscular Therapy, PS shared American Chiropractic Association's photo.
With spring in full swing, more people are spending time outdoors, exercising their green thumb. With all of the bending, twisting, and pulling that gardening involves, it's important to stretch their muscles before reaching for their rake and shears. ACA has created a new graphic that includes simple stretches to help reduce the risk of injury.

"Getting the placement of your chair and desk right is only half the battle. How you set up your keyboard and mouse also influence how you'll feel as the hours wear on. The screen should be an arm's length away. As for the height of the screen, it should sit so the top of the screen is slightly below eye level. If you happen to wear bifocals, you may need to lower the screen an additional inch or two for more comfortable viewing. Place your mouse close enough to your body so you can keep your wrists straight and your upper arms close to your body."
These tweaks to your daily routine and desk set-up can help you stay pain-free on—and off—the clock.