Healing with the Brakes on

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Have you ever felt like you’re spinning your wheels when it comes to staying healthy? You eat right, exercise five days a week and try to get enough sleep – you’ve got the ‘pedal to the metal’ when it comes to staying fit, but something’s holding you back. Maybe it’s time to pay more attention to your Nerve System.

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Aging Like a Fine Wine

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There’s an art to aging wine.  The temperature of the cellar, the seal of the barrel, the exposure to proper elements – and of course, time.  These factors combined, create the delicate balance needed to produce a classic vintage.  Introduce stress and imbalance to that environment and you’ll end up with an inferior, worthless product.

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A Conductive Environment

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When farmers plant, they don’t question the seed’s innate ability to grow and produce crops.  Neither do they dig seeds up every day to verify their progress.  They simply prepare the soil as best as they can and trust nature to handle the rest. 

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Once You Go

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One of the most misunderstood beliefs about chiropractic is that once you start, you have to go forever. It’s true, many Chiropractic clients choose to continue care on a regular wellness basis after experiencing great results, but they do so simply because it makes sense – the body functions better without nerve interference.

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When You Stop Feeling

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Awareness is essential to the healing process. When you get hurt, it’s the role of the nerve system to sense the damage and inform your brain (pain) so the healing can start.  Masking the ‘awareness’ step creates problems.

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Pounding a Bent Spine

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Hammer a straight nail, and it drives right into the wood.  Hammer a bent one, and it bends even more. The same principle applies to your spine.

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Grand Central Brain Stem

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Grand Central Station is a one of America’s largest railroad terminals serving 5 counties in New York and Connecticut.  It covers 48 acres and has 44 platforms, more than any other railroad station in the world.  Its underground platforms serve 41 tracks on the upper level and 26 on the lower. 150,000 people walked through the doors for its inauguration on February 2, 1913 and now, 750,000 visitors pass through daily.

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Flexible Like a Fiddlehead

Flexible Like a Fiddlehead

Young fern shoots are flexible and supple as compared to the old, fallen leaves and brittle tree branches that surround them in early spring.  The former is full of Life and potential, the later – devoid of it.  The same can be said for your spine and your health.

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Feeling a Bit Rusty

Rusty Chiro Hinge

Does it take a while for you to get going in the morning?  Are your joints stiff and achy when you first wake up, and take a few hours to loosen?  Stiff, tired joints can leave you feeling and acting much older than you are.

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Chiro Boot Camp

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Transforming into a stronger, healthier version of yourself doesn’t come overnight.  It takes work, sacrifice and sometimes a bit of suffering to experience change for the good. Take Marine Corps training as an example…

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