A Case of the Mondays: Weekend & Commuter Pains

Here we go, another Monday after another weekend that probably seemed too short for anyone. And with a weekend well spent can come little aches and pains and the like. Especially if you have to sit on the train for an hour or stand in the subway or ride the bus. I could go on, of course. The fact is, we have to cram a lot of fun into our weekend to keep our focus during the week. And NYC of course has more fun per square mile than pretty much anywhere, so those creaks in your bones can be a little more pronounced after a jam-packed weekend. My pain relief center in NYC, Living Well Medical, deals with pains like these all the time.

So what exactly should a person do with these little aches and pains? It’s true that they may not mean anything, but if you let them keep stacking up, before you know it, you’ve got a real problem. A little nagging pain can become bad news without the right attention. How to keep things from getting out of hand?

One of the main secrets is to stay active. People who regularly exercise are often less likely to fall pray to injuries and pains like these. Having a good diet is also a major component of feeling good and living well. But maybe you’re thinking, ‘I do those things and still hurt.’ That’s why you might consider coming in to see us.

Especially as we get older, our bodies can’t fight off injury as well. Our backs and necks in particular become more susceptible. Of course, as a chiropractor and a pain relief clinic, back and neck pain are right at the top of the list of problems we treat, and we don’t just use chiropractic. Physical therapy, pain management, massage, and other treatments are all under our roof, available if you need it.

Got a little pain from getting back into the work week? Give Living Well Medical in NYC a call today at (212) 645-8151. We’re here to help you live better.

- Dr. Shoshany, NYC Chiropractor


Dr. Shoshany, helpful post. I convey the same to my patients that they gotta keep movin' to stay healthy! Thanks for sharing.
chiromed06 said…
Chiropractic is a continuously growing practice of non-invasive procedures used to alleviate pain and headaches.

Anonymous said…
I try to do the same at Chiropractic Peoria IL
I know it can seem like a simple thing, but chiropractors are the experts at finding the right area of your spine to be adjusted and then moving it back the right way.

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