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The brain and the nervous system are the master controllers of all functions of the body. Your brain controls everything from your heart rate, digestive system, hormones, sleep, movement, and your perception of the outside world that surrounds you. When this system is in balance and functioning optimally, we are able to self-heal, self-regulate, and do exactly what the body was designed to do, which is to thrive.  

 Your brain sends and receives information via the nervous system, it then tells the body what to do by sending messages down the spinal cord and out to the nerves wherever that message needs to go. 

 The spinal cord or the “nerve highway” as we like to call it is protected by the spine. The spine is made up of 33 ‘moveable’ bones. 

When we are subjected to any form of physical, chemical, or emotional stress that exceeds our level of resistance it can cause our spine to mis- align, interfering with the nervous system. This will affect the ability of the brain to communicate to the body, and the body back to the brain. 

 Chiropractors are highly trained primary healthcare practitioners. Our job is to improve and maintain the spinal health of patients, we do this by removing the interference in the nervous system, and to allow the body to move, function and feel its best.  

The Chiropractic adjustment

Chiropractic adjustments are made to restore the correct movement patterns to the spine in order to increase natural movement and function to the body, and to reduce pain.  

Our chiropractors will use various techniques with their hands and other instruments to adjust your spine. The techniques used will be dependent on your body, and your condition. No two people are the same, therefore no two adjustments are the same.

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“Medicine is the study of disease and what causes man to die, Chiropractic is the study of health and what causes man to live”  

BJ Palmer