Maybe it's because many people don't till fields all day anymore. Sitting at a desk or even working retail can be exhausting, but it doesn't even begin to warm up the body for running straight to CrossFit, or some such workout, and going wild with box jumps and TRX straps. People get hurt. Torn this, strained that. Even not doing strenuous exercise, but doing basic repetitive stuff like riding a bike or sitting in a bad position can offer all sorts of fun chronic issues. So, the trained pros (licensed doctors of chiropractic and physical therapists) at Airrosti use their skills to diagnose injury, or source of pain, and treat it ... fast. Fast, as in really, really quickly. The goal is for patients to keep moving, to get back to what they enjoy and sometimes that's after only one to three visits. While the noninvasive treatment can be intense (providers use focused manual therapy, sometimes referred to as soft tissue therapy), the "active recovery," or rehab exercises that follow, helps ease out discomfort, plus it's homework for maintaining the healing process and preventing future ouch. There's also the convenience of Airrosti: Most providers are located in family clinics or medical offices around the city, and, sure, in the occasional CrossFit gym.