3 Reasons to Show Your Spine Some Love This Valentine’s Day

Love hand symbol with two people

Love is in the air! The chocolates, flowers, and teddy bears are all around us as constant reminders to dote on the ones you love. But what are you treating yourself to this Valentine’s Day? Might we make a suggestion? Show your spine some love by investing in your health, wellbeing, and general feeling of awesomeness.


Here are 3 reasons why a trip to Millennium Valley Chiropractic is the right gift to give yourself during this month of love.


  1. Feel better now.

A spinal alignment can help with a myriad of issues. Many patients report quick relief of headaches, back and neck pain, and more. Why? It’s all about maximizing nerve supply. When Dr. Tye aligns your spine, he is effectively correcting abnormalities caused by stress or injury, boosting your nerve supply and clearing pathways to enhance healing naturally.


  1. Prevent future injury and pain.

Spring and summer is right around the corner, and in PNW, we don’t like to take it easy. We get out there! Hiking, biking, kayaking—you name it, we do it. Prep your body now in the winter for the action to come. From increasing your joint ranges of motion, to proactively addressing misalignment, taking care of your spine now will pay off when the sun comes out.


  1. Improve your overall health—not just your back.

Did you know that a spinal alignment improves more than just your spine? It’s true! The spine is absolutely essential to overall health and healing. It protects your central nervous system, which connects your entire body. In addition to reducing the need for prescription medications, decreasing your risk of illness, and promoting faster recovery from illness, here’s a shortlist of the health issues that spinal alignment can address:

  • Headaches
  • Blood pressure
  • Joint pain
  • Digestion
  • Fatigue
  • More!


There’s no better time or excuse to show your spine some love. Request an appointment or call us at 253-845-6636 for your best—and healthiest—Valentine’s Day ever!