As Chiropractors we love the nervous system! It is what we
work with every single day. By adjusting the spine we remove interference from
your nervous system which allows the brain and body to communicate to each other
However, there are many other ways in which we can support
the Nervous System and one of those ways is via the food we eat. Our food makes
up the building blocks to every single cell within our body and therefore we
should be building it up with good quality nutritious foods.
“Do you want a body built on McDonalds and coke or fruits and vegetables?”
Chiropractic is based on the important relationship between the spine and the nervous system. A fundamental idea in Chiropractic is that dysfunction in the spinal joints can lead to dysfunction within the nervous system and as the nervous system controls everything in the body, spinal dysfunction can have a wide range of effects on the overall health of the body. As Chiropractors we aim to evaluate the spine and adjust the areas of spinal dysfunction.
As children grow they encounter many stresses. These can
be physical (falls and bumps), chemical (food additives, pollutants, toxins)
and emotional (tantrums, first day of school). Stress can cause resulting
problems in the child’s spine which may lead to interference within the nervous
In our busy, modern-day lifestyle our choices are influenced by two simple questions: 1. “How long will this take? – I am time poor”. 2. “How much energy is this going to use? I’m tired and still have so much to do today!”
As health practitioners it’s no surprise to us that studies are finding people who live a more simple and active lifestyle experience huge health benefits. Being active doesn’t mean slogging it out in the gym for an hour every day but making some simple changes to increase activity levels can potentially improve your back and neck pain, prevent high blood pressure, lose weight and lower your stress levels! Read more