We have various classes and talks in the practice each month, our schedule for the rest of August is as follows: How to sit, sleep and stand (properly) Thursday 14th August at 6pm Our monthly topical health talk will focus on posture this month! Posture is the window to our spine – being aware of […]
Virtually every cell, tissue, organ and system of your body is controlled and regulated by your nervous system. If spinal vertebrae pinch or choke nerve tissue, signals going from or to the affected organ or tissue can be diminished.
It’s all around us in [PJ]. Television. Radio. Newspapers. Magazines. Billboards. They produce a type of “group think” that isolates us while programming us for all types of unhealthy behaviors. How do you spell relief?
If the eyes are a window to the soul, then your posture is a window to your health. Not only does posture and scoliosis affect your health, but also how well your clothes fit. It’s among the first thing other [PJ] people notice about you.
The goal in the beginning of your chiropractic care is to create sufficient momentum to reverse the unhealthy spinal pattern which prompted a visit to our practice.
The pause between heartbeats constantly changes, and this “heart rate variability” is one indicator of overall health. Your nervous system controls the whole show, does the work for you – if it isn’t impaired.
It’s exciting to see all the new-found interest in organic foods, pure drinking water, exercise and fitness. Yet, many of these well-intentioned, health-conscience people are wasting their money.
If chiropractic sounds promising, we encourage you to have a firsthand experience in our [PJ] practice. It’s easy to get started. No referral is needed. Ready to get started?
Many people think chiropractic is about bones, especially spinal bones. But the fact is, we’re much more interested in nerves. In particular, the nerve messages that travel between the brain and the body and from the body back to the brain.
What comes first, compromised function or the obvious symptom? Because our bodies are so adaptable, we often manage in spite of a growing problem that keeps nagging us.