SEPTEMBER TOPIC: Chiropractic Lifestyle | VIDA Chiropractic Studio
Chiropractic Lifestyle

When people hear the word chiropractic or chiropractor, they think about a doctor who relieves pain related to the spine. They also think of symptoms like neck pain, headaches, or back pain. What people don’t often realize is that there is a lifestyle that goes along with chiropractic care that will help with neurological symptoms like fatigue and sleeping problems and will also increase overall health and wellness.

Chiropractic works to heal the body naturally from the inside out along with keeping the spine in check. It is so important that we practice eating, moving and thinking well while also getting regular chiropractic adjustments. All three are also necessary puzzle pieces to achieve optimal function.

We realize not everyone is doing all parts—eating, moving, thinking well and chiropractic visits. We also realize it is hard to change habits and a lot of times, hard to get motivated. Luckily, we have a few sources in which you can use to help with motivation in all three areas.

For eating well, visit There are loads of awesome recipes along with articles relating to the latest research in the health field.

For moving well, visit This a crossfit gym in North Denver that offers great classes along with informative blog posts related to fitness.

For thinking well, visit Dr. Demartini has spent years researching human behavior. His website is a great tool to use if you need help in the area of thinking well.

Dr. James Chestnut has been studying human wellness for over thirty years. He is the author of many books, like Eat Right for Your Species Type, with the science behind eating, moving and thinking well. His website is Here you can find more on evidence-based chiropractic and lifestyle protocols.

To read more specifically on eating, moving and thinking well, visit our previous blogs from November, December and February. To start your journey to optimal health, schedule an appointment with us using our website, or call the office at 303-433-5433.