Chiropractic care is ideal for anyone – child, teenager or adult – who is interested in leading a life of wellness and health.
Whether you are a mother, or a newborn baby, an aging adult or a small child who is about to enter a new growth spurt, a student preparing for exams, or an accountant who has just survived another tax year, your spine is susceptible to subluxations that can impede the functioning of your body.
Subluxations can result from mental, physical or chemical stresses from things like jobs, pollution, inherited genes, poor posture, or any one of the many components of our day-to-day life.
When functioning correctly, your body, through it's innate intelligence, is constantly and appropriately adapting to these stresses.
No one is exempt from the impact of their environment on their body. It starts with the pressure gravity and grows from there.
Every day, as we move, sit, stand, walk, express ourselves, eat or don't eat well, our bodies are impacted by stress and pressure. Some impact is subtle; for example, the pull of gravity.
Other impacts are more obvious – jars as we bump into things or play sports, accidents etc.
The chiropractic lifestyle is a philosophy of health which respects and works with the natural laws. Through a conscious understanding of how your body works, it attempts to allow you to journey through life in a state of well-being, far removed from that requiring the use of drugs and surgery.
People who received regular chiropractic care reported ongoing improvement in health, well-being and quality of life.
Those patients were not receiving care because they were sick, but because they wanted to be their best. The longer they received chiropractic care the higher their level of health.
These results open the door to the question, “What limits are there to optimizing our physical, mental and spiritual well-being when the effects of spinal subluxation are minimized?"
If we look at health as a journey, and not a destination, there is alway something we can be doing or improving in ourselves along the way.
Is it time to get started on your path to wellness? We're here to help.