True Correction vs. Temporary Relief
While many chiropractors focus on relieving pain in the immediate short term, real correction is intended to allow for long-term improvements. Only through true correction can patients live a full, healthy and happy life of optimal bodily functions.
Your body is an amazing, but incredibly complex machine. Like the computer system it is, a single pathway that is out of place can cause an astounding number of problems in the vital functions of your organs, nerves, muscles and even your base cells. This framework and associated pathways start in the brain and travel throughout your spine and nervous system. Without good spinal health, your brain experiences a sub-optimal connection with the rest of your body.
When your spinal bones aren’t aligned properly, this can lead to a variety of health issues. From mobility problems to headaches, immune system dysfunction, and nerve pain, a chiropractor knows how to alleviate these problems using natural, hands-on and non-invasive approaches to correcting spinal misalignments and allow your body to once again heal itself as it should.
While many chiropractors focus on relieving pain in the immediate short term, real correction is a process intended to allow for long-term improvements. Only through true correction can patients live a full, healthy and happy life of optimal function.
The Sick Care Health Model
The United States health care system is predicated on the model of “sick care”. That is, people receive medical attention after a problem arises rather than undertaking the right model of preventative care.
An alternative, and the system upon which principled chiropractic works, is preventative care, or routine maintenance for your body. Rather than waiting until you experience symptoms, your chiropractor encourages regular visits to allow you to maintain your spinal health for many years. Your body has an incredible capacity to heal itself, but only if it is properly maintained and allowed to do so.