People regularly look to their spine, if they have back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, knees, ankles, carpal tunnel syndrome, and many other things. In fact, they not only look to the spine for muscular-skeletal complaints, they also do it for allergies, asthma, anxiety, and depression. The spine and nervous system can help with so many things systemwide, when there is an issue. However, a growing number of people are looking to their spine when they want to find their next level of health and wellness. In fact, we encourage people to look to the spine even when nothing hurts, when nothing bothers them, and they actually feel like they’re very healthy.
Why would someone do that? Why take care of something that isn’t bothering you? If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?
Consider this: every day there are very fit people who go to the gym or start a new exercise routine or fitness routine to become more fit. They want to get to their next level of growth. Even Olympic gold medalists have a next level.
You live your life through your nervous system. It makes your organs work and your body parts move. Your spinal structure is connected to your flexibility, your movement, your capacity to function and it goes even beyond that. Your consciousness is coordinated through your spine and nerve system; it is your filter for your conscious reality.
More and more people have their spine cared for as part of their journey to their own personal next level. These people are looking for more joy, more adventure, more strength, more flexibility, a larger capacity to handle more, adapt to more, and experience more. They know that they have more within them and they want to be at the top of their game.
At the core of the body’s capacity is a neurostructural system. Discovering gaps between where your current capacity is and where it’s capable of being is discovering the gap between where you are and where you potentially could be in every aspect of your life: your physical state, your emotional state, your wellbeing, your ability to handle stress, life enjoyment, and so much more. In fact, the University of California Irvine medical school conducted a study of 2,818 people on spinal health and quality of life. The study found an incredible connection between enhanced spinal function and a person’s experience of more in every domain of their quality of life.
You don’t have to be broken to improve.
You don’t have to be sick to get well; you can actually be well and get more well.
Taking care of your spine is about getting your spine checked when you don’t have symptoms or pains that you’re concerned about. It is about getting to your next level, about experiencing your potential and increasing your capacity for more.
Discover your next level. Contact us for a complementary consultation, at 303-998-1000 or click the link below, to see if your body is at less than it’s capable of reaching and if there’s more possibilities for joy, focus, well-being, adaptability, and energy that you could experience.