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Scientific Chiropractic

Chiropractic is based on the scientific fact that your nervous system controls the function of every cell, tissue, organ and system of your body.

Your nervous system consists of your brain, spinal cord and millions of nerves. Your brain is protected by the skull and your spinal cord by the 24 moving bones of the spine.

Many activities can cause these spinal bones to lose their normal position and motion. This can result in nervous system dysfunction and ultimately ill health.

The Chiropractic approach to better health is to detect, reduce and help prevent nervous system dysfunction.

Chiropractic looks at addressing the underlying causes of disease and injury rather than treating symptoms. Chiropractic is safe for children and adults alike. Chiropractic may be the answer you’re looking for in order to take the next step to better health.

At the Practice we are unashamedly going to treat your spine like it is the most important organ you have.

You can replace you heart, lung, liver, kidney, legs and arms – but you can never replace your spine. Your spinal health is arguably the most important aspect for achieving true health.

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Levels of Care

There are different types of Chiropractic Care available with the practice. The type of care you are offered by your Doctor of Chiropractic will depend on the nature and severity of your condition.

The type of care that is right for you will also be based on your examination findings, X-rays and computer spinal analysis. X-rays and Computer analysis of your spine are a better measure of your spinal health than “how you feel”.

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Safety

The safety of ourselves and our family should be near the top of our list of priorities. Safety is crucial in living a long, healthy life. So why do we always put our bodies in danger?

Why is it when we have a sore back we often ignore it, and hope the pain goes away? Chiropractic is essential in ensuring the health and safety of your spine and body.

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