BONE SETTING/ ADJUSTMENT (CHIROPRACTIC) TREATMENT
YOUR PLACE TO DISCOVER WELLNESS
Chiropractic adjustment is a procedure in which trained specialists use their hands or a small instrument to apply controlled sudden force to a spinal joint. The goal of this procedure is to improve spinal motion and improve your body’s physical functions.
The theory behind this is that proper alignment of body’s musculoskeletal structure particularly the spine will enable the body to heal itself without any surgery or medications.
Chiropractic is primarily used as a pain relief alternative for muscles, joints, bones, cartilages, ligaments and tendons. It is sometimes used in conjunction with medical treatment.
Chiropractic care helps to cure:
- Neck and spinal injuries
- Osteoarthritis & osteoarthrosis
- Frozen shoulder
- Ankylosing spondylosis
- Low back pain
- Sciatica syndrome
- Cervical and lumber Spondylosis etc
Benefits of Chiropractic
Brain, Stress, Psychological effects : Increased blood supply to the brain; improved concentration; reduced anxiety; reduced irritability, depression, tiredness and clumsiness; relief from anorexia nervosa; improved memory; greater muscular relaxation; release of tissue memory; improved sleep, more energy.
Nervous System : Nerve irritation is relieved, pathological reflexes are blocked, eliminated or altered; meningeal stress is reduced; nerves receive better blood flow; better sym-pathetic and parasympathetic nerve balance; homeostasis is enhanced.
Immune System : Immune system function is enhanced; improved nerve supply to organs of immunity including spleen, tonsils, appendix and lymphoid tissue.
Neck and Head : Relief from headache including migraine; relief from head pains, acute chronic neck pain, acute and chronic whiplash and post concussion syndrome; healthier discs; reduced disc pressure; disc healing from protrusion and herniation; better spinal balance; less “wear and tear” on joints and discs; TMJ syndrome relief.
Breathing and Lung Effects : Stress relieved from lungs; improvement of respiratory function, “opening” of lungs; improved breathing ability; improvement of bronchitis, allergies, sinusitis, common cold, pneumonia.
Cardiovascular: Greater nerve supply to heart and coronary arteries; improved circulation; less nerve stress; normalization of blood pressure.