The American philosopher and naturalist Henry David Thoreau roamed far and wide over the hills and mountains of his native Massachusetts and neighboring New Hampshire. In his masterwork, "Walden," ...View Article
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The art, science and philosophy of locating, detecting and assisting with the correction of misalignments/subluxation of the spinal bones (vertebrae) and related joints by hands only with an adjustment.
Why do you need a Chiropractor?
The number one reason we need a chiropractor is stress. Any physical, chemical or emotional stress, which overwhelms the body, may cause the bones of the spine (vertebrae) to go out of alignment. This lack of alignment will affect the tone of the body as well as often interfere of block the nerves and blood vessels, which go to everything in the body. It will also interfere with the innate functioning of the body.
How can Chiropractic help me? Who goes to the Chiropractors?
Although chiropractic is not a treatment for any one disease or condition, if there is a misalignment, chiropractic may help an individual regain their healing ability, get healthy, and keep strong.
The typical first visit to a chiropractor for most people is when they have had back pain, neck pain or headaches, which have not responded to treatment by drugs, medical treatment, or physical therapy. These people often find chiropractic helps their entire well being and want to continue.
Others who use chiropractic include top achievers, famous athletes and movie stars, those who want the best out of their sports, families who believe in prevention and want to use less medication, infants for the trauma from a "normal" delivery, children who often get less upper respiratory and ear infections, children and adults with spinal curvature, those who suffer from chronic, disabling or "incurable" diseases, artists and performers who want full expression of their potential, and people from all walks of life who simply want to be the best.