A friend of mine said to me the other day, that it was time for him to tune up the snow blower for the season. After all, he doesn’t want to start it up during the first storm and have the engine burn out on him. Or worse, have the transmission drop with ten inches of heavy wet snow built up on the driveway. Winter in New England can be rough on equipment, and no one likes to be caught unprepared for snow.
Which set me to thinking, what about the main piece of equipment for snow removal? You. Your spine, your muscles, and your back. Sure the snow blower does the bulk of the work, and the shovel does a lot of it too. But it’s your muscles, and your spine that directs the blower, that shovels the snow. When do you get your winter tune up?
Catalyst Chiropractic can tune up your Neurostructural system for winter. Get that ice scraper out of the trunk, get the snow blower tuned up, and get your spine checked. Why risk straining a muscle shoveling, when you can get your YOU tuned up.