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What Do Symptoms Really Mean? Part II: Internal Disorders

As a proactive health-care provider, your doctor at Chiropractic for Life doesn’t wait for the onset of symptoms to herald the presence of disease and skeletal misalignments.

Why?  Because doctors of chiropractic know what countless medical studies have shown over and over again:  you don’t need to exhibit symptoms to be sick.

Patients can suffer from a condition known as vertebral subluxation and not even be aware of it — until the situation becomes severe enough to generate symptoms.

Vertebral subluxations occur when spinal movement is restricted or spinal bones (vertebrae) become misaligned.  Your doctor at Chiropractic for Life corrects this common condition with safe and gentle maneuvers called chiropractic adjustments.

Carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, backaches, infantile colic and ear infections are just a few of the myriad of health concerns linked with vertebral subluxations.  They have even been linked to disorders of the nerve and immune system.  Preliminary, ongoing research suggests vertebral subluxations may also aggravate internal disorders, such as those listed below.  All of these conditions have one essential factor in common:  their symptoms often don’t appear until well into the course of the disorder.

Internal disorders mentioned above include:

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Alzheimer’s disease

Dr. Barbara Smith
Chiropractor and Health Education

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