Digging a little deeper!

What is Chiropractic?

The original definition of Chiropractic has been described by R.W. Stephenson in his  book the ‘Chiropractic Textbook’ as follows:

‘Chiropractic is a philosophy, science and art of things natural; a system of adjusting the segments of the spinal column by hand only, for the correction of disease’.

What does this mean?

The nitty – gritty:

ALL processes in your body are regulated by your nervous system which consists of your brain and all of your nerves. Every day stresses – physical, emotional or chemical – can interfere with the proper working of your Nervous System. This can result in a decreased nerve function which causes your body to work inefficiently. When this goes on for long enough your body’s inbuilt alarm system goes off, which results in symptoms like pain, pins and needles, weakness and many others. This is simply a signal from your body to say something is wrong and you need to do something about it.

'Chiropractic is a philosophy, science and art of things natural; of adjusting the the segments of the spinal column, for the correction of disease'.
'Chiropractic is a philosophy, science and art of things natural; of adjusting the the segments of the spinal column, for the correction of disease'.
'Chiropractic is a philosophy, science and art of things natural; of adjusting the the segments of the spinal column, for the correction of disease'.

Symptoms people typically present with in our clinic can include:

  • Neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Headaches/migraines
  • Tiredness/fatigue
  • Low energy
  • and that is only to name a few.

However a lot of our clients do not suffer with symptoms and come in to get their spines checked to prevent problems from appearing and to make sure their body is able to function at its optimum.

Clients who commit to their health have been reporting:

  • Improved sleep
  • Improved digestion 
  • Improved sports performance
  • Increased energy levels
  • Increased mobility/movement
  • Improved strength
  • Decreased stress/anxiety
  • Decreased levels of pain 

… and that is only some of them!