Essential Oils and Chronic Pain

Does chronic pain keep you from living life to its fullest? We’ve seen the success of chiropractic care and have seen a rise in interest in the use of essential oils as an alternative natural method of healing. Many believe that together, this combination provides optimal pain relief and healing.  Chiropractic Care

Combining Chiropractic Care and Essential Oils

Before and after a chiropractic treatment it is important to completely allow the body and mind to relax. When the body and mind are both relaxed, a chiropractic adjustment can be more effective. This is because all the muscles, tissues, and bones are at ease.

Some believe that one way to help relax is through the use of essential oils. The scents of lavender, sandalwood, ginger root, lemongrass, peppermint, bergamot, patchouli, and cinnamon are often found to be relaxing. Essential oils often help an individual relax.

Additional Thoughts on Essential Oils

Some patients prefer to use essential oils before and after chiropractic treatments to promote optimal healing. Placing a few drops of essential oils around the areas of the body receiving chiropractic care may help ensure rapid healing of the areas experiencing pain.

Contact Enhanced Wellness for your next adjustment. Dr. Eisen and his staff come highly recommended.

Dr_Matthew_Eisen“Dr. Matt” as he is known to his patients, is in private practice, an author, nationally sought after speaker, visionary and health ambassador to the general public as he educates and empowers others about true health and well-being.  He works in a health clinic in Roswell, GA (just north of Atlanta) and has over 10 years of clinical experience.  You can reach him at drmattcares@gmail.com

Disclaimer: The entire contents of this email are based upon the opinions of the author, unless otherwise noted. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information presented is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician. The information here is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice.  © Copyright  Dr. Matthew Eisen.  All rights reserved.

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