Even with a positive attitude, the hustle and stress of everyday life can slowly wear on your physical body. Throw in an old injury or two and over the years your vertebrae can become misaligned. This can pinch or irritate your spinal cord and nervous system. As a result, the signals that run to and from your brain, body organs and tissues can be altered or even diminished. Spinal joints that no longer move as well as they should can irritate or even choke nearby nerves. This often creates pain and discomfort. Chiropractic care can help to alleviate this pain and discomfort and allow you to live more comfortably.
How Chiropractic Care Can Help
When your joints get “stuck,” a chiropractor can manipulate the bones of your spine to restore proper motion. This allows for the free flow of healthy nerve impulses. In this way, chiropractors can remove imbalances in your posture and body structure that tend to build up over time.
In fact, a lot of what we call “poor health” is really the result of chronic nerve interference that happens when your vertebrae are out of alignment. A proper adjustment by a skilled and caring chiropractor can remove barriers that prevent the body from being whole and well.
Functional Nutrition Helps to Repair Your Body
Functional medicine/nutrition emphasizes the nutritional correction of organ function, so your body can naturally heal itself of disease. This approach begins by asking questions such as:
Why is the body experiencing pain?
What is the root cause of the discomfort the patient is feeling?
What is causing the acid reflux?
Why is the cholesterol level going up?
Dr. Ridley’s approach to functional nutrition focuses on REPAIRING, REBILDING and RESTORING.
The mission of chiropractic care is to rejuvenate your natural, fundamental processes that support optimum health. The benefits of functional nutrition include:
A vibrant attitude
Greater physical freedom
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