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Chiropractic

December 24, 2019

Chiropractic care is an excellent source of complementary healthcare for overall wellness. It is a form of noninvasive and effective options for improving the neuroimmune system. Chiropractic aims to decrease interference to the nervous system and increase the body's ability to heal itself naturally. Adults can experience a large variety of traumas throughout thier lives including birth traumas, nerve entrapments, mild to severe traumas throughout childhood, sports injuries and workplace traumas that can lead to a cumulative buildup of scar tissue in various parts of the body. When enough scar tissue has built up in a certain part of the body, the joint can become immobilized. Chiropractic brings mobilization and improved neurological output to areas of the body that need attention and healing. Dr. Sarah and Shane address all soft tissue and nerve traumas that have occurred to prevent problems from progressing to long term conditions while also boosting the neuroimmune system. Chiropractic care can address many conditions such as low back, thoracic and neck dysfunction, ankle, knee, hip, wrist, elbow and shoulder dysfunction, scoliosis, herniated discs, migraine headaches, sports and work injuries, sciatica, nerve entrapments, sleep disturbances, torticolis, digestive problems, allergies, seizures and more. The premise behind chiropractic philosophy is to encourage the body to function optimally by adding stimulus to the nervous system and allowing the body to heal itself. In most cases, chiropractic care can resolve most of the signs and symptoms that are contributing to the development of the condition by focusing on the root cause instead of simply masking signs and symptoms. Our goals in our clinic are always designed to bring balance back to the body, so you leave here functioning optimally to live your best life.

 

 

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