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Five Great Reasons to Visit a Reno Chiropractor Today

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractor-pain-reliefIt’s not uncommon for people to wait until they’re in pain before visiting the chiropractor. People can be surprisingly resilient, chalking up those ongoing headaches or that chronic low back pain to the computer or a bad night’s sleep. But instead of turning to over-the-counter pain pills as a routine method of managing these discomforts, you might consider visiting a chiropractor. Here are five great reasons to visit a Reno chiropractor, like Dr. Lynelle McSweeney, today. Read More

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Three Reasons to Start the New Year with Chiropractic

New year, new you! That’s how the saying goes, but we all know how hard it is to commit to really making a change. Sometimes, a little advantage can make all the difference. So it’s good to know that if changing your health and wellness is something you’re considering for 2019, a chiropractor like Dr. Lynelle McSweeney may be able to help. Here are three reasons to start the new year with chiropractic.

Reduce Pain

Living with chronic pain in the neck, temples, back, or joints can make it hard to just get through the day. When your spine is out of alignment, it creates pain and pressure not just in the back but all over the body. Chiropractors like Dr. McSweeney are trained to address your spine’s health and make you feel better. You’d be amazed what a pain-free existence feels like!

More Energy & A Stronger Immune System

That misaligned spine doesn’t just cause you physical pain. It also affects your immune system and energy levels. An unhealthy spine has a detrimental effect on your nervous system because it interferes with communication in the body. Starting the new year with more energy and a healthier, more robust immune system will have a big pay-off.

Improve Focus

A fully functioning spine that’s firing on all cylinders can make it easier to focus and concentrate. That’s not only because pain can be distracting, but also because a nervous system that can’t properly function negatively impacts our ability to concentrate. That fuzziness isn’t automatically associated with spinal health for many, but it’s often one of the biggest factors. After chiropractic care, many people find that they more fully focus.

Starting the new year with less pain, more energy and better focus sounds like an amazing way to greet 2019. If you’ve never visited the chiropractor before, learn what you can expect at your first visit with Dr. McSweeney here in Reno. Happy New Year!

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The Chiropractor Treats More than Your Spine

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractorWhen most people think about the chiropractor, they think of a doctor who “cracks your back.” And while chiropractors like Dr. Lynelle McSweeney here in Reno certainly can help with back pain, there’s so much more they can do. Here’s why the chiropractor treats more than your spine. Read More

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Three Reasons to See the Chiro this Cold/Flu Season

cold-flu-season-dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractorCold and flu season is upon us, if you can believe it, and people are looking for ways to stay healthy as temperatures drop. One option that you may not have considered? A visit to the chiropractor! Here are three reasons to see the chiropractor this cold and flu season. Read More

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Eight Reasons to See the Chiropractor – Besides Back Pain

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractorYou may head straight to the chiropractor to help you with pain in your back, neck, hips or pelvis, but that’s not all the chiropractor can do. As more people begin seeking treatment options that address the problem itself instead of simply medicating the symptoms, here are eight reasons to see the chiropractor. Read More

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What’s Better for Neck Pain – The Chiropractor or Massage Therapy?

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractorBoth chiropractors and massage therapists treat patients with their hands, but that’s where the similarities end. Both might be a good option for isolated pain, however. If you’re struggling with neck pain, what’s better – a visit to the chiropractor or massage therapy? Here’s what to know about chiropractic care, massage therapy, and when one kind of treatment may be a better choice. Read More

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Non-Medicated Pain Relief through Chiropractic Care

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-back-painIt’s pretty common in today’s world to reach for over-the-counter pain relievers when you’re feeling out of sorts with a headache, an aching back, sore joints, or some other physical ailment. And while these medications may seem benign, they can present their own issues, including liver damage, gastrointestinal bleeding, and more. So how about an alternative? Here’s when non-medicated pain relief through chiropractic care may be a better option. Read More

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Looking for a Reno Chiropractor? Here are Three Things to Know First.

dr-lynelle-mcsweeny-reno-chirorpractor-for-kidsIf you’re looking for a Reno chiropractor because you’ve complained about your aching back, your kinked neck, or your chronic headaches often enough that people have started recommending a DC, well, that’s good advice. But if you’re also kind of wondering what exactly the chiropractor does, here’s what to know before making your first appointment. Read More

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What a Chiropractor Wants You to Know About Chiropractic

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractorDr. Lynelle McSweeney is a Reno chiropractor offering specialized care for the neck, back, hips, and other parts of the body. As you might imagine, she is asked about chiropractic frequently, from the many conditions she can treat to the differences between a nutritionist and a chiropractor. Here’s what this Reno chiropractor wants you know about chiropractic. Read More

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How a Chiropractor Helps People Who Sit or Stand All Day

desk-jobSitting around all day may sound relaxing, but anyone who works a desk job can likely tell you otherwise. Excessive sitting is surprisingly stressful to both the spine and lower extremities, which can cause joint restrictions that create back pain and discomfort. Those restricted joints can also lead to a host of other problems, including improper joint movement and compromised nerve flow to organs and tissues. So how can a chiropractor help? Read More

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