Your Nervous System
Chiropractic care can be the key to discovering the source of your
problem. If detected early, Chiropractic adjustments can often return the joint to its normal position,
releasing the pressure on the nerve and removing the Nerve Impingement Syndrome.
Relieving as much Nerve Impingement Syndrome as possible is your
chiropractor's job. By permitting the nervous system to freely carry the nerve impulses throughout your body,
you will start to feel like new again; free to enjoy life to the fullest!
A chiropractor’s goal is to achieve the highest level of function
for your body, relieving the pain, eliminating the symptoms. Modern technology just made the job of improving
your health easier. The story of actor Christopher Reeves (Superman in the movies) taught many people the
importance of good nervous system function. A tragic horseback riding accident injured his spinal cord in a
dramatic way and the effects were profound.
There is a basic simple fact, which if one can grasp and remember,
will make true sense on a very basic, instinctive level.
This basic fact is called 'innate intelligence', the understanding
that our bodies know what is right. Breaking down the complexity of spinal anatomy, neurology and physiology
into a simple, usable and reproducible idea would go something like this: The brain operates and controls every
system, organ, cell and tissue in the body through the nerves.
With hundreds of thousands of nerves running all through the body,
the nerves are our wiring system. They send out chemicals and electrical impulses to tell the body how to
perform. Without interruption from outside influences, the body would have the ability to operate at a near
perfect state… that which we can call health.
If the nervous system is attacked or hampered however, it will
either not be able to send a signal at all or only send a partial signal to its final destination. This could be
a muscle, an adrenal gland, the stomach or a different organ or tissue.
As was the case with Christopher Reeves, the nervous system can be
attacked through obvious ways like direct and severe trauma or, in many other cases, less noticeably, through
poor posture, sports, minor falls or simply bumping your head.
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