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Why Chiropractic?

Why Chiropractic?

with dr. lloyd fielder

Your nervous system is the master controller of your body.

Everything is controlled by your brain and nerve system. If something is not functioning properly with your nerves, doesn't it make sense then that the area being supplied by that nerve is going to work a little less properly too?

Most people know chiropractic has to do with their spine and the alignment of their spine, and they are correct. However, the primary importance that chiropractic is really about is their nerves and the impact they play in having good health. Doctors of Chiropractic are not simply concerned for all the people dealing with health issues by taking drugs that might only be masking a symptom. Rather more importantly, we are concerned with all the people who may be having a health problem and simply don't know it yet.

The basic premise of chiropractic is that there is and inborn or innate intelligence in all matter giving to everything all its properties and actions, thus maintaining it in existence. Our innate or God given intelligence runs, regulates, coordinates, heals and controls all aspects of every function in our bodies.

You see we used to think it was genes but modern science has revealed out genes to be nothing more than blueprints or recipes that are turned off and on by our innate intelligence. Our innate intelligence is carried by our nervous system that gets the information from our brains to every cell in our bodies and back. When this intelligence is completely free to express itself over our nerves to our bodies, then we work at or as close to 100 percent as possible and call that being healthy.

In a nutshell, the purpose of our nervous system is to adapt us to our environment. We are constantly being bombarded by destructive forces (like poor diets, prolonged poor postures, work and family stress, etc) all day long and it is up to our nervous system to adapt us to them. If this happens, our innate intelligence continues to flourish and all is well.

However, if not, and there is interference to the transmission of our innate intelligence, we slowly break down over time. Nerve interference is perpetuated from a segment or segments of the spine that alter their normal position and function and is called a Subluxation. A Subluxation Process is a subluxation that goes undetected and contributes to a person's downward spiral of their health and life.

Due to it being a process, subluxations are referred to as a silent killer. This is because by the time you do have a symptom, the subluxation (which reduces the expression of your innate intelligence) has been affecting the quality of you health for some time. Knowing now that subluxations mostly occur without incident and that they do not produce initial outward symptoms, if someone were to ask whether you had any…, how would you know?

Many of us understand this silent process of ill health and this is why we get our heart checked, our blood checked, our teeth checked and the list goes on. Have you had your spine and nervous system checked lately? You may want to consider doing so!

Your nervous system is the master controller of the body; everything is controlled by our brain and nerve system. If something is not functioning properly with your nerves, doesn't it make sense then that the area being supplied by that nerve is going to work a little less properly too?

Chiropractors are the only ones who check for subluxations! It's such an easy concept. Please come get checked, bring your spouse, your child or even a friend. With a nervous system free from interference you are well on your way to good health and a great life!

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