An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Chiropractic Adjustments serve to normalize the function of the spine, specifically by reintroducing motion into an area of the spine and its associated structures that are exhibiting aberrant motion. This normalization of function positively affects the nervous system and its associated pathways. Spine and nervous system health is directly correlated to the individual’s health and well-being.
Chiropractic recognizes that the body is genetically programmed for health, not sickness and thus it is self-healing, self-regulating as long as there is no interference. By balancing the nervous system’s performance, chiropractic works to normalize communication between the brain and the body. It is through the optimization of function and communication that the individual is able to realize their potential for optimal health and wellness.
We will then supplement the chiropractic adjustment with an inexpensive, at-home system of restructuring muscle and ligaments, focusing on core strength and stability, and retraining the nervous system with the objective of eliminating significant problems that research has shown to be caused by postural deficiencies.
In taking a holistic approach to health, our office understands that by eliminating nervous system interference, a higher level of health can be achieved, and will create more productive, higher functioning individuals. Significant research is surfacing in regard to the importance of proper spinal motion, chiropractic care, postural distortions and their correlation with many syndromes and significant health problems.