17 Aug August 17, 2016

Why have a record number of people turned to Chiropractic, and Why Should I Get Adjusted?

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Record numbers of people are turning to Chiropractic

A recent Gallup poll study shows that half of the USA population has seen a Chiropractor, and 14% are currently under active care. This number is growing as more people are looking for effective drug free healthcare.

Why are People Going to the Chiropractor?

Two-thirds of adult Americans believe Chiropractors are effective at treating neck and back pain. The majority of adults are likely to see a chiropractor for neck or back pain. More the half of all U.S. adults have visited a Chiropractor, and more then a quarter of them would choose a chiropractor first for back or neck pain. Pain is the effect of spinal imbalance and nerve interference. Let’s look deeper at why you should go to a Chiropractor.


Why Should You Get Adjusted?

The number one reason to get adjusted is that the body has an intelligence. This intelligence, or innate, is an on board guidance system that tells the body how to function in every aspect. Thus, by getting adjusted you are maximizing your overall health.


Starvation Is? Dehydration Is? Subluxaton Is?

Starvation is lack of food. Dehydration is lack of water. Subluxation is lack of nerve supply. This nerve supply is the pathway of the body’s intelligence from the brain to the body cells and back to the brain. A subluxation is when a bone is out of position that is interfering with nerve supply. The adjustment removes the subluxation which restores nerve supply and health.


2 thoughts on “Why have a record number of people turned to Chiropractic, and Why Should I Get Adjusted?

  1. Dreg navarro says:

    Good Information.

    1. Paxton says:

      Thank You for your comment!!!

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