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Our Approach To Health

Our approach to healthcare is The power that made the body, heals the body.”

Every human being begins when two half cells are joined together inside the womb. Those cells automatically organize matter into a human being over the course of 270 days. The first tissue that forms is the brain, followed by the spinal cord and then the nerves branch off of the spinal cord. Everything else in your body forms on the end of the nerves. The brain, spinal cord and nerve system are the core of the body. Almost like a seed with a long taproot and lots of branches.

The brain coordinates and controls everything that happens in the body from the beginning. The spinal cord and nerves are the channel the brain uses to communicate with the body. These organs are important and are protected by the skull and the moveable bones in your spine. As a result of abnormal movement or position, the bones can become a source of nerve irritation. If that happens, the messages the body uses to communicate with may become distorted. It is from these distorted messages that most of our symptoms are experienced. These symptoms are commonly neck pain, back pain, headaches, arm pain, leg pain and other symptoms.

Our approach to health is based on the fundamental concept – that since the body was smart enough to make itself from two half cells – the body will heal itself when everything is communicating properly. Communication occurs through the nerves. Nerves are channeled through the bones. Bones can move into a position that can cause nerve irritation.

skeletalOur care includes adjusting the spinal bones and joints to take pressure off the nerve system and the messages the system carries. When the body communicates properly without distorted messages it can heal itself without drugs and without requiring surgery. As a prepration x-ray pictures are generally taken of the entire spine. These images show where brain sits on the skull, and how the spinal column fits together protecting the nerve system. Care is then provided based on an analyis of the x-rays, physical examination and consultation with the physician.


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