Did you realize that after the human body starts forming in the womb, there are a ton of different systems that form? There’s a cardiovascular system, endocrine system, digestive system, nervous system, reproductive system…the list goes on and on.
Take a guess which one forms first. Many people answer “the cardiovascular system”, which makes total sense. After all, every body part needs blood flow to develop and function, right?
The correct answer is actually the nervous system. In fact, the nervous system begins to form only seventeen days after conception. Most women don’t even know they’re pregnant yet when they’re baby’s brain has begun to form. This begs the question: why the nervous system first?
Your nervous system is like the conductor of an orchestra. He’s the guy (or gal) who is directing everyone else on what to do. Your nervous system tells your heart to beat, your lungs to breath, your stomach to digest, your glands to sweat, and your muscles to move, along with virtually every other body function that you can name.
This is why chiropractors addresses the spine and, more specifically, the nervous system. When you have NeuroStructural shifts called subluxations it produces interference with your nerve system and thus, dysfunction and is often the underlying wound to many health concerns. Although this can manifest as pain, often it is painless
This is why spinal care has been found to be so effective at alleviating so many types of disorders that are not even related to pain. Examples, you ask? Try asthma, allergies, bowel disorders, visual problems, eczema, and even infertility, to name a few.
The focus is optimizing your body’s ability to heal so you can heal from within. Contact us for a complementary consultation, which is simply a conversation, to determine if you could experience less of what you don’t like, and more of what you do want in terms your health and life.