When your spine is not properly aligned, your body cannot function optimally. When one or more of the bones in your spine move out of position and place pressure on, or irritate spinal nerves it is called subluxation. Spinal nerves come out from between each of the bones in your spine. This force or irritation on the nerves causes those nerves to malfunction and interfere with the signals traveling through your nervous system.
Your nervous system is your body's electrical system. It controls and manages all functions of your body. If a nerve is pinched off by vertebrae that are out of place, the nerve cannot function at its optimal level. Therefore your body is not functioning as well as it should.
We will locate subluxations, and reduce or correct them using a customized combination of techniques through a series of chiropractic adjustments specifically designed to correct the vertebral subluxations in your spine. These techniques can also help realign painful joints in other parts of the body.
A Historical Perspective
Chiropractic, developed by Dr. D.D. Palmer in 1895, began in Davenport, Iowa and has grown throughout the world to become one of the leading Health Care Systems providing services to millions of people in practically every country. Based on the premise that the body has an Innate Ability to Heal Itself, the Doctor of Chiropractic spends over 4,000 hours to learn how to detect abnormalities of the spine called subluxations that interfere in the body's inherent desire to maintain homeostasis. These subluxations interfere with the normal conduction of nerve impulses from the brain that control every aspect of the body, from the smallest tissue cell to the muscles, ligaments and organs that we depend on for maintaining a normal life here on earth.
|Following is a basic list of just some of the conditions that
have been corrected through proper Chiropractic care
- Chronic Pain
- Arm Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Hip Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Leg Pain
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Foot Pain
- Heal Pain
- Knee Pain
- Wrist Pain
- Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
- Muscle Spasms
- Slipped Disc
- Golf Related Pain
- Arthritis Pain
- fatigue in muscles or tendons
- Muscular aching, burning, throbbing, shooting, stiffness or stabbing
- Muscle twitching
- Numbness and tingling sensations
- Tingling, burning or aching feelings in the calves, thighs, or feet
- Restless legs/feet
- Lack of energy
- Morning stiffness
- Wake up not feeling refreshed
- Difficulty concentrating
- Difficulty thinking
- Memory loss
- Recurrent migraine or tension-type headaches
- Constipation, diarrhea, abdominal gas, nausea, or heartburn
- Strong urge to urinate
- Swelling in fingers or toes, or any type of joint swelling.