Balanced Nervous System

Your nervous system is the life supply to all cells, organs, and systems in the body, and it is responsible for all function and healing. Improper spinal alignment is common and likely to happen due to the amount of physical, chemical and emotional stress you apply to your body every day.  It is essential to address this area as one of the main components in maximizing your health.

In order to balance the nervous system, it requires spinal correction. Our health depends most on the stability and performance of our central nervous system. Thinking of this significant and intricate system intertwined within our body as a power supply of life, we are able to visibly see the significance of keeping our spinal cord and nerves in optimal shape.

The brain is effectively the first organ to develop while in the mother’s womb. Our brain is the main command center for the rest of our body, and uses our spinal cord and nerves from the beginning to create every cell and organ. From development onto death, this command center is in charge of the flow of "power" along the spine and through the nervous system, controlling all function and healing within the body. Therefore, attaining overall health and wellness is directly associated to maintaining a proper nervous system.

The nervous system is so essential to your body that it is covered within a well-built, bony structure to keep damaging elements away from the sensitive nerves. This bony structure consists of the skull (which protects the brain), and the spinal column (which protects the spinal cord and nerve roots). When this spinal column is not well taken care of, it may shift or rotate out of place, interfering with your body's ability to create maximum nerve supply. The condition of your spine then influences both your physical and mental health--making it essential to maximize health. Developments in modern medicine have allowed chiropractors the capability to make defined measurements of the spine, giving them the resources to make precise measurement of both the damage done to your spine and nervous system, as well as the accurate recommendations for care.

The benefits of full spinal correction are not just pain relief, but also greater neurological health, maximized organ function, prevention of spinal degeneration, optimal ranges of motion, high performance, and a far greater resistance to injury.  In other words, maximizing health.