Chiropractic is a natural non-invasive way of helping the body to function at it’s most optimal level. While many think of Chiropractic simply as a treatment for back pain, headaches or neck discomfort, the truth is it’s so much more. Chiropractic ensures your brain and body connection is optimal to allow your brain to organise all the cells and processes in your body accurately. Without this organisation, your body will start to dysfunction and poor health will follow
Believe it or not, pain can be a good thing. experiencing pain is a necessary part of being human as it serves the vital function of eliciting avoidance. The nervous system triggers a sensation of pain to let you know that something is wrong and to stop you from doing something that might cause a severe injury. Your body intelligently alerts you to the fact that you need to stop, rest, modify or wait. It is imperative that this process is respected and that our conscious brains don’t foolishly attempt to ignore the messages being received.
Chiropractic isn’t actually about pain… it’s about function! How do you know if you’re functioning as best as you can? Do you ever think about what your kidneys or liver are doing on a daily basis? Or maybe how strong your immune system currently is? More often than not you won’t know there’s an issue until after a symptom develops, often once the problem has been there for some time. Chiropractors look for areas in your spine that aren’t functioning correctly and are putting pressure on your nerve system – this is called a vertebral subluxation. As this interferes with the communication between your brain and all the different parts of your body it is vitally important to remove vertebral subluxation before it affects your health.
Water consumption is vital for our bodies. Many people do not drink enough water, but did you know the importance of drinking water after a Chiropractic adjustment?
Many people aren’t aware of how spinal pain shows in their bodies. Spinal pain doesn’t just show itself for no reason, unless its from a trauma. It’s a process that happens over time and could be triggered by the simplest thing. Like coughing or sneezing. It’s important that we keep an eye on how we do everyday tasks and to get regularly checked by your chiropractor.