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Stay in Balance

Getting your body in balance and helping it stay in balance is something Drs. Kirk and Valerie McVay care about deeply. When patients come to Caring Touch Pain Relief Center our doctors address a variety of ways to improve their health, including ways that they can continue to work on their best self even when they’re at home.
Corrective Exercises
Skeletal misalignment is not the only problem facing many patients. Improper alignment and use of the body can cause connective tissue and muscles to be out of place. One of the best ways we’ve developed to assist our patients in keeping their bodies in perfect balance and prime health is corrective exercises.
Caring Touch Pain Relief provides patients with exercises that help strengthen and correct their own unique problem. We are able to do this because the corrective exercises we provide are designed specifically for each patient. Through teaching patients these special “blueprint” exercises we are giving them tools that will help them extend the good work that’s been done at Caring Touch Pain Relief’s office, and improve their overall outlook of recovery and excellent health.
Mobility and strength are two major factors in keeping your body healthy over the length of your entire life. Exercising and stretching your muscles, ligaments, and tendons is necessary to maintain mobility and strength. This is especially true in our modern lives where many people spend time working at desks in front of a computer all day long.
Home Sweet Home
The individually designed corrective exercises that Caring Touch Pain Relief provides for you are meant for use in the comfort of your own home. This makes them convenient and can amplify the benefits of the adjustments you receive in the office. In fact, at home corrective exercises designed by our doctors specifically for you can improve the effectiveness of your spinal correction 30-40%.
Contact Drs. Kirk and Valerie McVay about taking corrective exercises home and adding an extra boost to your health.