Saturday, March 31, 2012

Why is Chiropractic So Effective?


Ancient Chiropractic care goes back to the days of old, but modern day Chiropractic started in the 1890s by D.D. Palmer.  One of his first patients was William Harvey Lillard in 1895 to whom he successfully restored his hearing by neck manipulation.  Today, Chiropractic can effectively fully restore normal nerve function to your para-vertebral muscles as well as the rest of the musculature in the body and the organ systems as well.  Chiropractic can be used successfully for all pain states including either lumbar or low back pain, sciatic pain,  thoracic or mid-back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and knee, elbow, ankle and leg pain.  In addition, Chiropractic can be used to treat problems such as fatigue, MS, Fibromylagia, arthritis, digestive disorders, and others.  Some of the more serious conditions can be more effectively treated with both Chiropractic and Acupuncture treatments.

The above picture of the Autonomic Nervous System reflects the innervations to the body organ systems as well as the musculature of the body.  This chart shows proof why Chiropractic is effective when you are in highly trained and expert hands.  With injuries and stress to the neuromuscular system, subluxations (misplaced vertebra) create nerve impingement along the spine which can cause pain, tingling, or other health issues as well, and Chiropractic can typically effectively treat these.  For more information about treatment in the Fort Collins, Colorado area, sign up on the right for emails of my blogs, click follow me, and contact me at chiroworker@yahoo.com, or chiropracticworker@gmail.com, and my website at: www.chiroworker.com. 

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