The entire month of October was chiropractic health month. This is a great way to acknowledge what a chiropractor can do not only for your spine, but for your entire body (literally from head to toe.)

Basically, a chiropractor is focused on diagnosing and treating neuromuscular disorders, with an emphasis on manual adjustment and manipulation of the spine. Then, subluxation is for misalignments of the spine that cause compression and irritation of nerve pathways, affecting the body's organs. Overall, they seek to reduce pain and improve the functionality of patients. Plus, they educate on how to account for your own health via exercise and other therapies such as pain relief creams, heat or cold rotation, and much more...

Chiropractors use a variety of non-surgical treatments to treat patients with specific types of conditions such as...

-Lower Back Pain


-Herniated Disc

-Neck Pain

-Headaches -Sport Injuries

-Car Accidents

-Arthritic Pain


Now, of course, the list is endless, but in addition to helping with the above listed conditions, chiropractors also help people with nutrition. Most people aren’t even aware of that component they offer, but they learn so much while in school. They have so much knowledge to impart on lifestyle aspects (gluten-free and dairy-free) and weight loss. They are able to assist you in choosing the best protein drinks for your workout (before and after.)

More individuals need to become aware of the many advantages that there are to having their mobility function more smoothly. It truly makes your muscles feel more relaxed, calms nerve endings down from tingling, provides an incredible energy boost, and makes you feel well overall.


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