Q: How do I know if I need a chiropractor?

ANSWER:

Not every person requires chiropractic care.

However, it's important to understand that every human being seeking health and optimal function requires a clear brain-body connection, and chiropractic is the best strategy we know of fulfill that requirement.

Unfortunately, based on what some chiropractors do in their office, it can be a little confusing as to know exactly what chiropractic is.

Let us help clarify it for you...

Your spine is made up of 24 moveable vertebrae, plus your pelvic and cranial bones. Housed within your spine sits your nervous system, which is comprised of both the brain and spinal cord.

Your nervous system is known as the master controller, because of the fact that it communicates and coordinates the function of every single cell, tissue and organ in your body.

Because of this simple, yet profound, connection of the spine and nerve system, any distortion or dysfunction of your spine has been shown to not only create imbalances in muscular function, but also neurological dysfunction to both the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerve system.

Our role at Reconnect Chiropractic is to address any structural distortions in your spine that are compromising the health of your nerve system and ultimately limiting the health and function of your entire body.

This still leaves an unanswered question: 

How do I know if I have a muscle problem or spine and nerve problem?

It’s often very difficult for you to be able to answer this question on your own.  Even for us it can be difficult to determine what came first, which is why we use sophisticated objective technology to determine if it's a spine/nerve problem or simply a muscle problem.

This is exactly why we don't guess, we test!

As part of the Reconnect Method, we utilize comprehensive Neuro-Spinal testing procedures that include non-invasive Surface Electromyography testing, Thermography Analysis, Flexibility/Mobility Studies and Bio-Structural Imaging.

By the end of your case review - which is always complimentary - the doctor will have a good idea of whether you have an isolated muscle problem or a primary spine and nerve system problem and will give you specific instructions on what to do next. 

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