I’ve been adjusting spines for over 30 years and in those years, many people have come to me at their worst. For them, the road to wellness was the hardest thing they ever had to overcome but spine care helped in ways they could never imagine.
Conversely, many patients who want to maintain their overall health, athletic performance, day to day focus and energy also come to see me. They see the small differences adjustments make and know how it will make a big impact down the road.
No one wants to live in pain or riddled with ailments.
My passion for educating people on the importance of their spine’s health is rooted in the firsthand experience that I’ve had in this transformational field of chiropractic and spine health. ALL bodies need their spines to be in alignment otherwise things won’t work or won’t work as well as they should.
Your C3 Vertebra:
C3 plays a vital role alongside the Atlas (C1) and Axis (C2) in facilitating head and neck movements and keeping the structure of your neck. It houses the nerves that provide sensation to various areas of your face, the back of your head, and neck so you can feel things by touch and sensory perception. You need this to be safe and for survival.
Additionally, C3 collaborates with C4 and C5 to ensure the smooth functioning of a crucial bodily function: BREATHING.
If the nerves that flow through C3 are compromised because of a subluxation, your lungs and diaphragm can become impaired. Trust me, you don’t want that to happen. Left misaligned, a whole host of additional problems will arise.
Many times, by the time someone goes to the medic to address symptoms, the root of the problem goes overlooked for a long time causing recurring pain, aggravation, and even serious disease.
Dr. BJ Palmer, DC said that everyday small things like slips or falls can produce a subluxation. But those small things create big effects on the body, brain, and nerve function over time.
I see this all the time. Things like chewing more on one side, tilting your head for prolonged periods, sitting too much at work, slouching on the sofa while watching television, playing a sport, carrying a child, or sleeping more to one side all can cause subluxations which impacts nerve function. Multiply that over time and those small things lead to bigger and bigger problems.
Adjustments keep your body working and functioning as it should. They also address the root of the problem rather than the symptoms. Maintaining regular adjustments will sustain your health and keeps you thriving over time.
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Yours in health,