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Five Reasons People Consult Our Practice:

Which one will prompt you to take action?

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Everyone, regardless of age or condition, can benefit from a nervous system that is working at its very best.

1. Obvious Spinal Problem

Most people associate chiropractic care with headaches, neck and back problems. Our interest in the spine is because it houses the nervous system that carries vital communications between your brain and your body. Subluxations of the spine can cause interference in the nervous system, resulting in symptoms such as pain.

2. General Health Issues

Some consult our practice for “non-back” health problems. If the patient has subluxations, chiropractic care may be helpful. And while formal research is limited, we’ve had many personal experiences with those suffering from bedwetting, asthma, colic, balance and co-ordination issues and even stomach and bowel problems.

For a more detailed list of some of the health issues we have experience with, check out the drop down menu under the ‘Who We Help’ link.

3. Natural Drug Free Health Care

Those who wish to avoid drugs or surgery will often visit our practice first as a possible alternative. Chiropractic care is a safe, natural approach to better health.

4. Maintenance and Prevention

Having your spine checked and adjusted on a regular basis helps keep your spine and nerve system as free from interference as possible, allowing you to perform at your best and feel great!

5. Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of great change for your body, especially your spine. As your belly grows your spine changes too; your low back arches more, your hips move forward and your body compensates to balance you by moving your head and neck forward. These changes mean that there is a lot more pressure on your low back, pelvis, upper back and neck. 

Regular pregnancy chiropractic care can provide a more comfortable pregnancy and delivery for both mother and baby. It stimulates the nervous system to enable proper functioning of your reproductive organs, thus supporting the needs of your baby throughout pregnancy and during delivery.