Your nervous system can be likened to a computer being able to process information rapidly and then relay information back and forth between your brain and body. Good health depends upon having your spine and nervous system functioning at their best. Chiropractic is committed to improving this flow of information naturally.
Whether your passion is for sports, family or your profession, having your nervous system finely tuned by your chiropractor offers you a safe and natural treatment that helps you to perform at your best. Chiropractic is the largest drug-free health care profession in the world, and chiropractors focus on working with the body’s own natural healing capabilities. There has long been a large body of research supporting the health benefits and cost effectiveness of chiropractic. Patient satisfaction is the driving success of chiropractic, with literally millions of people across the globe enjoying the health benefits.
The New Zealand Government’s Commission of Inquiry into Chiropractic concluded: “Spinal adjusting is a vital, very safe and clinically effective form of health care. Chiropractors have more thorough training in spinal mechanics and spinal care than any other health professional. Furthermore, chiropractic is scientifically based.”
Vertebral sublaxations are the most common cause of interference to the flow of nerve messages which orchestrate all bodily functions. Your chiropractor will detect, then use a series of adjustments to correct and reduce these sublaxations, recalibrating your nervous system and redefining spinal habits. With time, regular chiropractic will build strength into your health.
Chiropractic is a five-year university degree specialising in the study of the human frame, the brain and the nervous system, along with the diagnosis and management of all general medical conditions. This extensive study affords them the title of Dr.
Dr Trevor Junge & Dr Mark Hastie are registered chiropractic health care professionals and members of the Australian Chiropractors Association.
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