Why Chiropractic?


We may experience many different types of symptoms in this life but they are only an outward sign of the few health problems that occur inside our body. Examples of these problems are injury (or stress) to our structure, excessive exposure to toxins, malnourishment, or genetic disorders. We can prevent each of these to a degree but all of us are still subject to them in this life.

Injury is one of the more common health problems we experience most often occurring in the spine. We oftentimes don’t even realize we’ve developed a problem because of how often we may misuse our body through repetitive activity, prolonged overexertion, or maintenance of a poor posture. And we feel symptoms only when the injury or health problem has gotten bad enough inside to be detected by our sensory nervous system.

The result of injury is the vertebral subluxation which is when misalignment of the spine causes interference of nerve impulses creating loss of health functions inside. This weakens our body leaving us susceptible to sickness, more injury, degeneration and disease. Eventually, we begin to feel symptoms.

Chiropractic care corrects vertebral subluxation to normalize nerve and structural function to promote healing, prevent degeneration, and improve health and quality of life. It is always better to correct health problems before we even feel them. Our focus at Back to Health Chiropractic is to find the cause of your symptoms and remove it to the point possible so you not only feel better but you heal and get better truly living life well.

Some of the most common symptoms of subluxation and injury are as follows:

  • Headaches or Migraines
  • Whiplash
  • Back Pain and Sciatica
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Jaw Problems or TMJD
  • Dizziness
  • Allergies
  • Numbness or Tingling
  • Sprains or Strains
  • Shoulder or Hip Pain
  • Hand or Foot Pain
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • And many more…

Our specific treatment protocol to correct health problems causing your symptoms vary based on where the problems are at and how severe or chronic they are. There are 5 main forms of care we use.

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