True Correction vs. Temporary Relief
Some of the body’s most vital functions are determined by the framework and pathways of the nervous system. The spine protects this system is a vital component of that framework. It holds bundles of thousands of nerves that connect our brain to the rest of our body. This is where chiropractic comes into play. Chiropractic focuses on the connection between our brain, spinal cord, and all the functions of the body.
When bones of the spine are misaligned, the effect on the nervous system, known as vertebral subluxation, can lead to a myriad of different health issues. Problems such as headaches, poor mobility and nerve pain can often be alleviated by visiting a chiropractor. Using a natural, hands-on approach, a chiropractor will analyze the spine and, if necessary, perform specific adjustments to reorganize the nervous system and return the body to its normal condition.
While chiropractic can effectively provide temporary pain relief, true correction garners long-term benefits. As you can imagine, lasting relief is ideal for anyone with back and neck pain, but let’s go over the difference between true correction and temporary relief a little further.