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5 Benefits of Chiropractic Care

Posted on October 17, 2018 at 6:35 PM Comments comments (1)

in Accordance to Federal Guidelines Chiropractors we rule out serious pathologies such as fractures, infections, tumors, and cauda equina syndrome.  Once all of the above is ruled out now we know the patient is in good hands. Forthwith, All the  mechanical tissues of the back including muscles, ligmanets, joint capsules, and discs will respond favorably and heal properly once we adjustment.  Adjustments restores motion and overcomes abnormal restrictive barriers. The 5 Benefits of Chiropractic Care: 1. Restoration of  motion both symmetry of range of motion; 2. Improve nutrition to discs and articular cartilage; 3. Relax thight muslces; 4. Improves the alignment of new connectives tissue; 5. Accelerate healing - because movement increases metabolic rate and increases collagen and protein protection.


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Postural correction

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Dental care vs. Spinal care

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Chiropractic Treatment of Vertebrae

Posted on March 3, 2016 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (1)

Chiropractic treatments can help restore proper alignment to vertebrae, but they can also take painful pressure off the disks between them.


Intervertebral disks are the shock absorbers of the spine. These oval-shaped sacs sit between each pair of vertebrae, cushioning them from the impact of everyday movements. Each disk is made up of two parts: a fibrous shell known as the annulus fibrosus and a gel-like substance called the nucleus pulposus. Much like a waterbed shifting under the weight of a misplaced bowling ball, the disk changes shape whenever the spine rotates or flexes, fluidly adjusting to absorb the motion and protect the vertebrae.


Unfortunately, just as waterbeds eventually mature into box springs, intervertebral disks don’t last forever. Over time, the disks begin to lose elasticity and flexibility—a condition called degenerative disk disease (DDD) that affects 60% of people over the age of 40, according to Medscape. This can lead to problems such as neck or lower-back pain or more serious conditions such as herniation, which occurs when the disk’s inner fluids leak through the annulus fibrosus. Although DDD can be the source of chronic pain, treatment does not always require surgery. Often, DDD can be managed with physio-therapy, over-the-counter medications, and chiropractic treatments, such as spinal adjustments or spinal decompression.