Posted by: admin in Articles on February 15th, 2011

Arthritis is one of the major health problems in our society today.  Perhaps because it is so widespread, often aches and pains that don’t seem to fit into other categories are labeled arthritis.  Since newspapers and magazines and the broadcast media have convinced sufferers that arthritis is incurable, the effect is much like receiving a life sentence.

Then, what often happens is that the so-called arthritic goes to a chiropractor, perhaps to have the back discomfort treated.  Suddenly, the  arthritis is much improved.  How could this happen?  If it happens, the conditon may not have been arthritis at all, but something else that was diagnosed as arthritis.  The arthritis-like symptoms were created by an out-of-place spinal segment (vertebra) which in turn has irritated a nerve.  Restoring the vertebra to its proper position has eliminated the nerve irritation–and with it, the “arthritis.”

There are numerous instances where cases of deafness, migraine headaches, bedwetting,  and other health conditons have improved drastically following spinal adjustment.  This is really a natural sequence of events.  The nerves from the spinal cord extend out from between the vertebrae of the spine to send messages to and receive messages from organs of the body.  It logically follows that vertebrae out of place (and this can occur very easily from a bump or a fall or a strain) can interfere with the nerve and the job it’s supposed to do.  Consulting your Doctor of Chiropractic may help you deal with your arthritis-like discomfort or any multitude of disorders.

No individuals, including those under our active care, should use the information, resources or tools contained within to self-diagnose or self-treat any health-related condition. Diagnosis and treatment of all health conditions should only be performed by the doctor or other licensed health care professional.
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