These past several weeks have been difficult for everyone. With many of us not moving like we normally do; we are more prone to pain and stiffness in our joints and muscles. This is why it is most important that during this time we take care of ourselves.
While we sit at home and wait, patients who regularly suffer from inflammation and discomfort are more susceptible to flare ups and increased aches. During this time, there are a wide variety of suggestions you can make to your patients to improve their quality of life until we are able to resume our daily lives.
Chiropractor Dr. Jeffrey Tucker recommends patients diligently practice these habits in an effort to combat muscle and joint discomfort.
- Practice Safer-At-Home
- Loading up on more fruits and vegetables during this time is critical
- Workout and stretch regularly
- Practice yoga, meditation and aerobics
- Avoid smoking
- Eat Organic and Non-GMO
- Avoid drugs and alcohol
- Get a good night sleep
In addition to the recommendation of these life changes, Dr. Tucker suggests patients purchase PHYTO-ZOL through their regular Chiropractor while they are unable to attend their appointments. “I’m recommending PHYTO-ZOL to my patients now because I know psychological stress from the current threats can transform to literally a ‘pain in the neck’. For every emotional thought there is a corresponding bodily reaction. Self-massaging a CBD topical will help decrease stress and has anti-inflammatory, improvement of blood flow/circulation and analgesic effects.”
PHYTO-ZOL is the only topical CBD with the ability to reach the affected areas, delivering more of the active ingredient directly to the source of discomfort. PHYTO-ZOL is available to order online, or through doctor referral here.
Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
Dr. Tucker’s interest in putting together the arts and science of Pilates, yoga, stretching, medicine balls, stability balls, rubber tubing, balance training, chi gong, weight training, cardio training, endurance training, diet, chiropractic, performance enhancement, muscle and massage therapy, has been evolving for more than 20 years. He completed Chiropractic training at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and has a postgraduate Diplomate degree in Rehabilitation and is certified in chiropractic spinal trauma.