6 Secrets to a Healthy, Pain-Free Body – Part 1

June 15, 2014

Doctors of chiropractic spend a large portion of their lives learning different methods to help your body achieve wellness. Unlike the methods most doctors will suggest, these don’t include needless drugs, expensive concoctions or potentially dangerous scalpels. Your chiropractor can help you along your journey towards health and wellness, so read on to discover the first three of six secrets to achieving a healthy, pain-free body.

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1. The most important secret is that your body has a self-healing intelligence. Although you may not have thought of it that way in the past, your body heals itself from the inside out and is the world’s largest natural drugstore. Your body has the potential to heal practically any issue if you take care of it.

2. The next secret is that your brain is a control center that sends messages through your spinal cord to your nerves, which controls every function and facet of your body. If something happens to disrupt these vital systems, your body will have a harder time functioning and your immune system will weaken. As a result, the 24 vertebrae that make up your spine need to be in perfect alignment because they protect your body’s vital communication system. Any misalignment can cause nerve interference, which can result in restricted movement, pain and hinder your body’s ability to function properly.

3. Secret number three is that you should visit a chiropractor for a complete analysis. Your doctor will gather a detailed history of your pain, and perform an exam to learn where you’re experiencing nerve interference. Once the exam is complete, they will discuss any problem areas and create a care plan to help you reach optimal health and wellness.

If you’re suffering from subluxations, consider the benefits of chiropractic care. You’ll be able to live a healthy life without nerve interference. Contact Chiropractic Lifecare of America to learn how we can save you up to 50 percent on affordable chiropractic care.

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