Understanding the facts about Lakewood Reflexology

Posted by on Jan 20, 2021

Now that you know how safe, traditional and effective chiropractic treatment is, doesn’t it make sense to start first with chiropractic and then move on to more extreme and risky types of treatment if you don’t get well, such as medications and surgery? We are a backward society that always starts with the most damaging invasive processes first and then sees the chiropractor as a final resort afterwards. Stupidity. Please allow us to eradicate this misconception of risky chiropractic treatment on a permanent basis. Get the facts about Lakewood Reflexology you can try this out.

Make your family and friends educated. Spread the word and use it to save a life! At what age does the individual have a chiropractic check-up? For all ages, chiropractic treatment has great advantages and, ideally, a person should have their first check-up shortly after birth. I know what you might say, “Infant check-up!!?” Why would a brand new baby require chiropractic treatment? Stop and just think for a minute about what a child is going through to come into this world. There are immense pressures of up to 90 pounds per square inch, even during a regular natural birth, on the spine, back and pelvis of the baby. Chiropractic is based on the reality that each structure and function of the body is controlled by the nervous system. If there is intervention in the nervous system, whatever part of the body or feature the nerve regulates will stop working at 100 percent. For instance, back pain and muscle spasms are often encountered when a person suffers from a pinched (irritated) bundle of nerves in their lower back. What most people do not understand is that the nerves in the lower back regulate not only the muscles, but also other organs, including the colon, bladder and reproductive organs. Irritation of the same nerve bundle, in addition to muscle spasms, can cause symptoms such as constipation, diarrhoea, problems with bladder control, and menstrual cycle problems.