Chiropractic is a science, art and philosophy of natural healing that specifically deals with identifying and then removing contact with the nervous system. Since every aspect of your body is controlled by your nervous system, chiropractic can have a major effect on multiple areas of your health. Do you want to learn more? Visit Tuttle Chiropractic.
Chiropractic is strongly based on science and has an ever-growing body of studies demonstrating that it is safe, effective, comfortable and affordable. The latest figures indicate that like most professional athletes, over 85 percent of Olympic athletes use chiropractic therapy to improve performance and remain healthy.
Chiropractic is based on the fact that the nervous system regulates each structure and function of your body. If there is nervous system intervention, whatever part of the body or feature that the nerve regulates will stop functioning at 100 percent.
Chiropractors concentrate on the spine because this is where the sensitive nerves are most likely to be squeezed or irritated as they go through all areas of the body to regulate them.
Most spinal problems result from physical, mechanical stress such as accidents, injuries, prolonged sitting, etc., to your body. Such stresses and injuries result in stiff immovable joints that in turn cause overworked, loose and ultimately weakened surrounding joints. Physical and mechanical nature must also be the therapy to correct these problems.
It is insane to believe that a stiff, weakened spinal joint is going to loosen up by taking a drug. The medicine can cover up the pain and symptoms, but nothing can be done to correct the physical cause of the pain. In fact, it will enable the joint to become more and more permanently damaged by taking drugs over time.
Chiropractors use many gentle techniques to physically restore your spine to normal movement and function, reducing nerve interference and allowing your body to heal itself. These therapies are referred to as spinal changes and are usually a pleasant experience, not just pain-fee.