Structural Corrective Care Chiropractic

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Structural Corrective Care Chiropractic

At our Next Level Health Clinic we emphasize “structural correction chiropractic.” Simply stated, we move and re-shape the entire spinal structure. This highly successful form of treatment is one of the specialties currently ranking us among the largest, fastest growing practices in the world. In addition we use the newest spinal technology and research to identify the root causes of chronic misalignment so our patients can walk out of our office with much more than short-term improvements.

We have learned not only to affect the nerves running to vital organs but also the spinal cord itself; that is, the structure which carries impulses and information bringing health to all parts of the body. These unique procedures are accompanied by our unique policies.

Unlike most practices, for example, our Doctors show patient’s before-and-after x-rays to verify the occurrence of structural corrections. With these strategies and procedures our Health Center sees long-term benefits that our patients continue see, in fact there is no patient that is ever required to begin or further and recommendations, but ultimatly our patients rave about the results and care.

The primary area of your Central Nervous System is the Cervical Spine (neck). The top two vertebrae in the neck, the atlas and the axis protect the base of your brain (brain stem). Misalignment (subluxation) in this area affects the function of every organ in your entire body.Mental impulses are sent from your brain through a forward curve in your cervical spine.

This curve can be viewed from a side x-ray of your neck. Neurosurgeons call this curve “The Arc of Life.” The curve should be at 45 degrees and any loss of your normal arc of life is considered a severe neurological problem because it will pull down on the base of your brain, stretch your spinal cord and compress your nerves. Loss of your normal arc will also accelerate spinal decay and degeneration.

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