Posted by: admin in Chiropractic Insights on September 1st, 2010

Dr. Miller uses non-force or low force chiropractic methods.

An all too frequent pattern is that people will ignore that nagging back problem “until it goes away.”

When a vertebra is moved out of alignment, the nerves it surrounds can be affected, often hindering them in their work of serving, directly or indirectly, the body organs. Unless the “offending” vertebra is restored to its proper position, an increase in stress and a change in the body’s balance can result, and the musculo-skeleton (most directly involved are the spine, pelvis, shoulders and rib cage) can become distorted. So the original “little” problem can grow into something much bigger.

This is the reason so many doctors of chiropractic recommend to patients the preventative visit to maintain back health. Keeping the back in its normal state, the way nature intended, can easily eliminate many of the larger problems that can develop in the future.

When do you see a chiropractor? Certainly when you have health problems–but also before unseen problems grow to major proportions.

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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