Calcium is an important factor in normal muscle and nerve function. If the muscles do not function normally, it is extremely difficult for us to provide long-term positive results to you. Dietary calcium is readily available. Still, some patients cannot assimilate nor absorb the calcium from their diet. When this occurs, supplementation is necessary.
Frequently, patients we see with musculoskeletal complaints are deficient in calcium. Females are much more susceptible to this deficiency than males. These patients can have a recent blood test revealing no pathological problems with calcium; however, there still can remain a deficiency of this nutrient.
A proper calcium supplement needs to have a variety of calcium sources. Frequently, there is only one. No doctor or nutritionist knows which type of calcium your body most easily assimilates. Consequently, the more sources of calcium in the supplement, the more likely your body will assimilate this nutrient. The calcium available in our office contains five different sources and includes magnesium and boron to increase the likelihood of assimilation.
Stress B Plus – (A vitamin B Complex)
Some doctors and nutritionists suggest taking the B-complex vitamins as a group for overall good health.
B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that play important roles in cell metabolism.
These vitamins are essential for:
- The breakdown of carbohydrates into glucose (this provides energy for the body)
- The breakdown of fats and proteins (which aids the normal functioning of the nervous system)
- Muscle tone in the stomach and intestinal tract
Vitamin D3 with K2
Vitamin D is probably most well known for the role it plays in supporting bone health. Vitamin D also plays an important role maintaining cardiovascular function, immune function, and promoting an overall sense of well-being.
Foot Levelers Orthotics
Provides a line of custom-made, flexible orthotics based on chiropractic research and innovative technology.
Help promote correct neck alignment and maintain cervical spine support.
Foam rolling can assist in breaking up muscle knots, resuming normal blood flow and function. Using a foam roller is a form of self-myofascial release. Self- myofascial release is a fancy term for self-massage to release muscle tightness or trigger points. This method can be performed with a foam roller, lacrosse ball, or your own hands.