Your brain is in constant communication with every cell tissue and organ of your body through an intricate pathway of nerves. In order for you to be healthy, this pathway between the brain and the body must be clear and free from interference
Unfortunately, what can happen is the spine can get misaligned which will disrupt the communication between the brain and the body.
Spinal misalignments are caused by physical stress (trauma, accidents, falls, overuse), emotional stress (personal, financial, job) and chemical stress (toxins and chemicals in the water, air, and food). This puts abnormal stress on soft tissues such as ligaments and tendons as well as joints and nerves causing pain. If left untreated, the pain continues and the condition worsens.
Chiropractic treatment involves gentle adjustments to correct these subluxations and restore proper alignment to the spine. This reduces stress on the soft tissues which eliminates the pain and allows the healing to begin.
What is involved in a chiropractic adjustment?At Charlotte Natural Healing, we use a combination of traditional manual adjustments and state of the art adjusting instrument technology. The low force setting of our adjusting instruments allows for comfortable treatment in children and older patients.
Can Chiropractic help me?People have been seeking chiropractic care for many years as noninvasive treatment for neuromusculoskeletal discomfort. Chiropractors treat a variety of conditions effecting the joints and muscles from head to foot. These include but are not limited to pain in the neck, back, shoulder and hip as well as TMJ and migraine headaches. Chiropractic is also helpful for managing stress, allergies and asthma. For a complete list of the conditions treated with chiropractic at Charlotte Natural Healing, refer to our symptoms page.
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