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Our Philosophy of Chiropractic Care 

Chiropractic care is sometimes thought of as an alternative method of dealing with health problems. The traditional methods may include the aforementioned options of medications and surgery. Both are, arguably, invasive and depend upon forces from outside of the patient’s body to complete the healing process.

Ideally, the body should be able to heal itself. It has a remarkable capacity for regeneration. This assumes that the body’s basic needs are met and that the body is properly maintained. You would not expect a weakened body to be able to perform as well in physical activities as a healthy body so too should you not expect a body that has been weakened by spinal misalignment to be able to perform as well as a healthy body.

While physical activity may be an outward and easily recognized demonstration of inner weakness, the immune system also reflects the health of the body as a whole. If the body is not balanced and maintained then the immune system cannot work at peak efficiency. If a body were out of balance in some other way then this weakening may be more obvious to the casual observer. 

If a person were malnourished, for example, you would have no problem linking all the resulting functional deficiencies and internal problems to the malnutrition. So, too, spinal misalignment pervades the many systems, cells, and processes of the body just as proper nutrition does. You would not expect an individual’s body to be as able to fight off infection if they were malnourished. Similarly, a body weakened by poor spinal alignment cannot express its full immune system potential either.

Chiropractic care has as its goal the restoration of the natural ability of the body to heal. It wishes to avoid, whenever possible, going to outside sources to aid in the healing process. One might argue that chiropractic care itself is an outside influence, and this is true to an extent. It is an outside influence, but it only works with the tools already present in the human body. 

Instead of introducing something new or removing something from the body, chiropractic care hopes to adjust the body and retrain it to once again embrace its natural state. In its natural state the human body has the ability to take over in the healing process and to take care of any problems in a natural way.

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