Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Reasons to choose chiropractic care

WHY choose chiropractic care?

WHY choose chiropractic care?

Your brain, spinal cord and the rest of your nerves control every aspect of your body.

Hinder the vital nerve links between your brain and your body, and ill health or feeling “out of kilter” can result.

Pressure on nerves can cause numbness, weakness or under-performance of surrounding muscles.

Spinal misalignments can distort nerve messages between your body and your brain, resulting in pain and dysfunction.



WHY choose chiropractic care?

Your brain, spinal cord and the rest of your nerves control every aspect of your body.

Hinder the vital nerve links between your brain and your body, and ill health or feeling “out of kilter” can result.

Pressure on nerves can cause numbness, weakness or under-performance of surrounding muscles.

Spinal misalignments can distort nerve messages between your body and your brain, resulting in pain and dysfunction.



The focus of chiropractic care is on the integrity of your nervous system. Your first visit starts with a thorough examination to locate areas where the nervous system is compromised.

Specific chiropractic adjustments will help reduce these interferences, restoring your body’s ability to regulate and heal itself.

How long you need chiropractic care depends on the severity of the problem and an individual’s healing abilities. Maintenance check-ups will ensure that they continue to function at their best.

Henley Chiropractic Centre welcomed Ed Marshall in June.

Ed discovered chiropractic in Australia when, after one visit, he was freed from the stiffness and pain he had previously suffered. This inspired Ed to train as a doctor of chiropractic.

This year he met Jorgen Rasmussen and realised that Jorgen’s focus and love of helping people was similar to his own. Together they aim to deliver high-quality chiropractic care.

For more information, call (01491) 578833 or email info@henleychiropractic.co.uk



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