Understanding The Need

Vertebral subluxation complex [VSC]—a mix of poor movement and malalignment of spinal segments—leads to muscle spasm, weakness, inflammation and swelling of the tissues. Finally, it leads to compression and/or twisting of the spinal cord and nerve roots.

The end result of these changes is degeneration of the spine [known as spondylosis] and a disturbance of the body’s state of balance. This makes it increasingly difficult for the body to adapt to the environment. People become subluxated through a range of causes, the most common ones being:

Physical trauma: accidents, surgeries, bad posture, absence of exercise and repetitive movements.
Chemical: what we eat and drink, medicines we consume, pollutants in the air and in our homes.
Emotions: anger, fear, tension, worries and perceptions about past/future events.
Social stress: making others happy, fitting in, meeting the needs of friends and family.

When our bodies become unable to accommodate and adapt to one or more of the above stressors, we experience a range of symptoms including pain, numbness, tingling, heaviness, fatigue, memory loss, anxiety, depression, and irritability. These symptoms are not necessarily bad—they are just your body’s way of alerting you that something is not working properly.

Chiropractors focus on helping the body to be well. They do not treat diseases; however, they may work with medical doctors in the management and cure of some conditions. The health of an individual is the focus, not just the relief of symptoms, as where we hurt is not always indicative of where the adjustment is needed.

Chiropractic may be taken independently, or in conjunction with other therapies such as homoeopathy, massage, or acupuncture. That being said, most people visit a chiropractor for the first time for help with one of the following:

Back and neck pain
Stiffness and pain in shoulders, knees and other joints
Headaches, vertigo and dizziness
Cramps, numbness and tingling sensation, especially in hands and/or feet
Problems with posture and repetitive strains.

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