Intermedicas Worldwide (www.intermedicas.com), the clinic specialized in second medical opinion, brings back to Bucharest Dr. Lou Jacobs, renowned chiropractor from the United States of America, the first American chiropractor certified in Romania and one of the two chiropractors recognized by the Ministry of Health. , in period May 16 - June 23, 2016.
During the summer, the body, and especially the spine, are exposed to an additional level of pressure. Resumption of physical activity or extension of variety of exercises, sports or various outdoor recreational activities, as well as changes in temperature or nutrition, can impact the body and promote the emergence or exacerbation of chronic summer pain, such as cervical or lumbar pain, migraines, indigestion, but also sinusitis, neuralgia, sore throat or flu.
Chiropractic is a form of alternative medicine that focuses on gentle manipulation of the spine to eliminate disturbances in the nervous system. Chiropractic treatment has proven effective over time for a significant number of medical conditions associated with spinal disorders or skeletal-muscular and joint disorders.
"Chiropractic is a science and an art based on the premise that the optimal level of health depends, in large part, on the normal functioning of the nervous system, without interference in the spine or adjacent structures. The warm season allows us to go out and practice more. outdoor activities: we run, swim, bike or roller skate, play tennis or take longer walks. All apply a shock to the body, even if we have maintained an active routine in the cold season. Chiropractic helps, on the one hand, to alleviate this shock and the related pains and, on the other hand, it can prevent them, "he explains Dr. Lou Jacobs, American chiropractor and partner physician Intermedicas.
According to American researchers, an increase of 5 degrees Celsius above normal temperature can increase by 7.5% the risk of summer headache or headaches. At the same time, a study carried out by Montefiore Medical Center in 2014 shows that over 80% of the population is experiencing migraine neuralgia in early summer.
The summer season also affects children, among the most common diseases are external otitis, allergies, digestive disorders, but also injuries and traumas. According to the "Summer Safety" study carried out by Kids in Danger (KID) in 2014, most injuries of bones and joints in young people under the age of 14 were recorded during the summer, and the playgrounds, bicycles, skateboards and swimming are the activities responsible for these.
"Pediatric adjustments are safe, gentle and effective when performed by an accredited chiropractor. Studies have shown that they speed up the healing process and help the body better resist the conditions and traumas that children are exposed to," added Dr. Jacobs.
Dr. Lou Jacobs is the founder of the Jacobs Center for Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Perinatal and Pediatric Chiropractic in Maine, USA. Dr. Jacobs is a graduate of the University of Maine (U.S.A.) and the Polytechnic University of Beijing, China. He received his doctoral degree in chiropractic from the "Cleveland College of Chiropractic" in Kansas, Missouri, United States. He is also a member of the International Pediatric Chiropractic Association, the Maine Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractic Association and the International Chiropractic Federation.
In addition, Dr. Lou Jacobs has accumulated over one hundred hours of chiropractic education since graduating. In his 13 years of experience, Dr. Lou has successfully solved a significant number of complex cases.