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Chiropractic is an evidence-based, non-invasive healthcare discipline that focuses on problems involving the neuro-musculo-skeletal system. It is a hands-on approach used in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of conditions related to the spine, pelvis, nervous system, and other joints in the body. 

So how does it work? The nervous system is a key part of your body. It's the communication system between your brain and all of your body’s muscles, organs, and tissues. For your body to remain healthy, your nervous system must function well. And for your nervous system to function well, it must be free of interference. The spine is the most common site of nervous interference because nerves travel from the spinal cord through openings on either side of the spine to get to all of your cells and organs. It's pretty amazing!
Think of your brain as a central command post, sending and receiving information through telephone wires (your nerves), which branch out to connect all areas of a city (your body). A short circuit in a wire cuts off communication, just like misalignments in your spine can put pressure on the nerves. We call these spinal sublaxations.

When there is pressure on your nerves, it interferes with your nervous system, affecting your ability to self-heal, and it may prolong injury or illness. Many believe sublaxations are limited to adults -- but they're not! Children and teenagers are also prone to experiencing them. Did you know that many of the aches and pains we experience in adult life can be attributed to falls and stresses experienced during our childhood years? Chiropractic care helps to remove postural imbalances and structural misalignments that can accumulate in our bodies over time. Our spines change and develop problems, just like our teeth, eyes, and heart. Left unchecked for a long time, these changes may lead to pain, stiffness or other more serious problems. When was your last spinal checkup?

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Chiropractic treats the following:

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Neck/TMJ pain

  • Shoulder pain

  • Rotator cuff injuries

  • Numbness and tingling

  • Work-related postural issues

  • Tendonitis and bursitis

  • Low back pain

  • Disc herniations and sciatica

  • Scoliosis

  • Hip and knee pain

  • Ankle injuries

  • Sprains and strains

  • Sports injuries


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