• WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC CARE?

    One of our primary approaches to help you is Chiropractic Care.

    Chiropractic is often misunderstood.

    Chiropractic operates in the field of Functional Neurology -  understanding that your neurology (your nervous system) intimately controls and coordinates your EVERY function - and from there, your health and wellbeing. Put simply: you are self-healing, self-regulating, self-aware and self-coordinating - all because your nervous system is doing its job. If it get's compromised, then you get compromised!

    Chiropractic care is simply the assessment and examination of your health status to determine if chiropractic adjustments may benefit you, and if so, performing these adjustments.

    The skull and spinal bones protect the delicate tissues of the brain the vulnerable communication pathways of the spinal cord and nerve roots. If coordination and communication through the nervous system is impaired, it can contribute to 'dysregulation,' effectively malfunction of tissues and organs throughout your body.

    Chiropractic is a health discipline incorporating the science of finding subluxations, the art of reducing their impact to the nervous system, and is defined by a distinct philosophy about life, health and how these interact with all things natural.

    The approach we take in our office is that if we can find clinical evidence of subluxations being present, then adjustments are indicated and will have benefit. This is related but also separate from the process of managing any symptoms you may have.

    Adjustments are performed at varying frequencies depending on your needs, current health status and lifestyle factors which may be facilitating the return of subluxations.

    We discuss and agree on a plan of care that makes sense to you. We regularly review your progress to ensure you’re happy with the results you are achieving and that we are meeting or exceeding your expectations.

    It is important to understand that we do not recommend unnecessary or excessive care.
    If you understand and accept the rationale described here, then clinical evidence of the presence of subluxations clearly justifies provision of a chiropractic adjustment.

    If such clinical evidence exists, you may choose to receive chiropractic care for a short time or a longer time.

    Some people choose to incorporate regular chiropractic care as one part of their lifestyle and health-maintenance framework throughout their lives – whatever choice you make is always up to you - you have ultimate control as to how often and for how long you consult with us.