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What is Chiropractic? 

         Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on prevention and natural healing. Its approach to human health is based on the premise that the relationship between structure and function in the human body is a significant health factor, and that relationships between the spinal column and the nervous system contribute to the disease process. It is the belief of chiropractic that a well-adjusted body will properly respond to environmental stressors, fighting off sickness.

         A doctor of chiropractic actively works to correct subluxations (mal-alignments) through an in-depth analysis and the delivery of gentle adjustments to the spine and extremities. By removing subluxations, the body (and nervous system) is able to communicate properly, allowing a natural healing process to occur in the body also known as innate intelligence. 

Benefits of Chiropractic? 

         If you have never been to a chiropractor you might be missing out. Millions of people all around the world have reported countless benefits of chiropractic care. Chiropractic care may be the solution to conditions close to the spine such as headaches, neck pain, back pain, stiffness, and hip pain. It may also be the solution to conditions distant from the spine such as shoulder pain, wrist pain, knee pain, foot pain, and other issues that have been bothering you for years or have just started. 

        Another wonderful benefit is that chiropractic has been proven safe and effective for adults and children of all ages. In fact, baby Oliver (pictured on the homepage) was adjusted just 2 hours after delivery. Chiropractic is an all-natural practice that will not prescribe drugs to relieve your pain. Chiropractic is a hands-on approach to care. Perhaps the greatest benefit of all is observing family and friends enjoying their hobbies, playing with their grandkids, and doing the things they enjoy most without the aches and pains. No more telling your son you can't play catch with him because your shoulder hurts!

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