Fightning the Pain with Sweetness

Every fall, my son and I go to a local area to pick some fresh fruit. The fruit is grown by a farmer who has special breeds of different kinds of fruit. He likes to cross them together to create new flavors that can’t be found anywhere else. While picking some fruit from one of the trees, I pulled something in my back and it gave me a dull ache. After we finished picking fruit, my son and I went home to eat, and the pain got worse. I looked for a chiropractor in Santa Rosa that would be able to take me in the morning.

After finding a chiropractor in an online listing, I made arrangements to see him first thing in the morning. In the meantime, I took some aspirin to hold off the pain until the morning. My wife made a delicious pie from some of the fruit that we picked to help me feel better. While talking to the chiropractor about my pain, I mentioned that I had been picking fruit with my son, and the chiropractor knew exactly where we were. He had been there many times to pick fruit and was planning on going some time in the next week.

Fortunately for me, the injury I gained from picking fruit was just a little muscle issue that would be fine in a week. That was a relief, because I wasn’t prepared to pay for any kind of invasive procedure. I was given a prescription for something that would work a little better than the over the counter aspirin for relieving the pain. The time that it took for my back to heal flew by when I was eating my wife’s pie. She could make a pie out of old shoes and it would probably taste like heaven.