Chiropractic Improves Nerve Flow to Your Body

Nature wants you to be well. Your body’s natural state is to be healthy and your body is perfectly designed to heal itself. The key to vibrant health is the normal, unimpeded function of the nerves and nervous system.

The spinal cord is the lifeline of the nervous system. Emitting from between the vertebrae are the great nerve trunks, which coordinate, control and regulate all bodily functions. Every cell in the body, including the immune system, is orchestrated by the nervous system. If one or more of these spinal nerves becomes impinged, vital organs are affected resulting in dysfunction and disease.

Most people associate chiropractic with its success in treating neck and back pain. Chiropractic involves treatment and care of the spine, however, it is more profound than neck and back pain. Chiropractic treats the spine because the spine contains the spinal cord.

The nerves conduct life from the brain to each cell in the body. Interference of the nerves occurs when the bones in the back are out of alignment. This misalignment applies which apply varying degrees of pressure to the nerves. Thus, life is withheld from the part of the body to which those nerves supply energy and intelligence. This loss of vitality results in symptoms and pain.

Symptoms are wonderful because they are the body’s way of letting the brain know that something is out of balance. These are warning signs that there is interference with the nerves from the brain to the rest of the body. To get well, the interference must be corrected so the intelligence within the body can take over and heal the tissues from within.

There is only one healer. It is your body itself and it’s intelligence within. Chiropractic is a safe and natural approach to a healthy life.

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