Posted by: admin in Chiropractic Insights on February 15th, 2011

     Chiropractic examination is concentrated on the spine.  When the practitioner finds blockages, to free passage of impulses along the spinal cord to the other parts of the body, he or she makes adjustments that are characteristic of chiropractic.  A new patient often cannot understand why the practitioner doesn’t confine attention to the site of the symptoms and often states that it isn’t his/her back that hurts.  The back needn’t hurt to be the site of the trouble.  Along with being a major part of the musculoskeletal structure, the spine is the seat of the body’s commnication system.

     Doctors of Chiropractic do more than focus on symptoms.  They look at the problem’s cause.  Experience and training permit “detective work” to be done on the spine.  When maladjustments are found and provide the clue to the source of the trouble, the problem can then be corrected at the point of origin, most likely from impingement on one of the spinal nerves.

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