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When spinal problems go uncorrected, the body deposits calcium on malfunctioning joint surfaces in an attempt to mend or “splint” the joint.
Many chiropractors use this form of diagnostic imaging to help see the structure of your spine and confirm other examination findings.
Most people think that how they feel is an indicator of how healthy they are. It’s just not true. An important aspect of true health is how well your nervous system is orchestrating the workings of your body.
Have you heard the common urban legend that “once you go to a chiropractor you have to go for the rest of your life”? It’s not true. Learn the five ways people choose to use chiropractic care in our clinic.
Have you ever tried to lose weight? Then you know it takes more than giving up a single dessert or just one workout at the gym! It’s the same with chiropractic adjustments. Healing, like all processes takes time.
After a thorough examination, a chiropractor adds energy to your spine at an opportune time and place to help your body “right” itself. Think of a chiropractic adjustment as a gentle “nudge” to help restore better movement to the spine.
Do you have undetected spinal joint dysfunctions? Chiropractic is a natural healing art which detects the presence of these spinal dysfunctions and reduces them using chiropractic adjustments.
Stress is so common these days that it’s often seen as “normal.” Since it’s unlikely that we can eliminate stress in our lives, improving our ability to withstand and accommodate it is important for our health.
Your nervous system, consisting of your brain, spinal cord and all your nerves, is the most vital system of your body. That’s why the most significant parts are protected by bone, yet interferences can happen.