Chiropractic

The Body is a Self-healing, Self-Regulating System

The brain contains knowledge that has the ability to heal almost every known health condition. The spinal cord, an extension of the brain, is the intelligence lifeline that the brain uses to communicate this knowledge with the body. When that lifeline is free and clear of interference the brain can and will optimize the body’s ability to heal.

Vertebral Subluxation is the condition that occurs when the spine becomes misaligned or imbalanced and places dangerous stress and pressure on the spinal cord and nervous system.

Subluxations can have vast negative effects on total health without registering conscious pain.

Chiropractors focus on restoring optimal function and structure to the spine to allow the brain’s healing energy to communicate freely and without interference with the body.

Good Posture Equals Good Health

All your life you have been told to “stand or sit up straight… watch your posture”. Hopefully you have taken that advice.

Posture is the window to the spine. If your posture is out of balance, then the spine is out of balance, putting unhealthy pressure upon your nervous system.

Activities as subtle as sleeping, standing or walking abnormally, to more obvious traumas like emotional stress, work or auto injuries, recreational injuries and even the birth process itself can result in spinal imbalance.

Your spine is the most important factor affecting your posture. In order to have the best possible posture (and health), your spine has to be in the best possible balance.

Optimal posture is a vital key to achieving optimal health for each person in your family. Early detection and elimination of subluxation will lead to a healthy nerve system at any stage of life.

The Chiropractic Adjustment

The primary treatment that separates chiropractors from other professions is the chiropractic adjustment. An adjustment is a specific movement applied to a joint to restore proper motion and function and eliminate nerve irritation.

Adjustments are a skill that requires special training and is an integral part of a chiropractor’s education.

Adjustments have been known to help problems such as asthma, allergies, back pain, neck pain, headaches, ear infections, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, and digestive problems in certain cases. This is due to the fact that the nervous system connects the brain to all cells, tissues, and organs.

Chiropractors are the only healthcare providers trained in the art and science of finding and properly correcting vertebral subluxations.

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