Hey, Dr. Drew, I don’t know what I did over the weekend, but something doesn’t feel right.
Whenever I hear that catch phrase, I don’t know what I did, I know two things: this person is obviously in some sort of physical pain or discomfort, or they’re trying to figure out what they recently did that caused the problem.
Many injuries happen because of years of poor posture and movements that build up habitual patterns within the muscles, then eventually you go do the thing that triggers the event, and you start to experience the symptoms.
Less than 10% of your nerve fibers feel pain, so you really don’t feel the issue until it becomes a big one.
Even if you feel like the thing you did was the cause of your problem, it likely happened over time.
In our office, we focus on getting to the root cause of our issues and why our patients stay with us, because we’re constantly helping them learn and understand more about their body, so they can better adapt to the stresses that are coming their way, which ultimately prevents them from needing to come in here so frequently.
If you’d like to learn more about our office, just go ahead and visit our website at dublin.thespecific.com.