The mind, body connection
You were born to be healthy. From the moment of conception, your body was given the blue-prints and innate intelligence to live an active, healthy life for 80, 90, 100 years and beyond. Keeping your spine and nervous system healthy and functioning properly, without interference, is essential to maximizing your genetic capabilities and inner creative genius.

Simply speaking, this is how it works.

Your brain communicates with every cell tissue and organ of your body either directly or indirectly via your nervous system. Unfortunately, we don’t appreciate the importance of this system on our overall health until we hear of the tragedies of paralyzed people who sustained serious injuries to their spine. Not only do they lose function of their limbs, but their organs and systems malfunction also, causing all manner of disease.

Spinal injuries, known by chiropractic doctors as subluxations, hile not as serious as these paralytic injuries initially, can cause severe, long-term health consequences by reducing the functioning of your nervous system.

Chiropractic care will restore and revitalize the integrity of your nervous system, your mind-body connection, so you and your family can live and enjoy life to its fullest.

While there are no guarantees that you and your family will never be sick or injured while under chiropractic care, you can be sure that with proper alignment and function of your spine and nervous system you will give yourself the best opportunity to heal quickly and maximize your health.

Chiropractic is safe, gentle and effective. Regardless of your age, you will look forward to, enjoy and value chiropractic care as an important part of a healthy lifestyle.

Reference: Dr Eric Plasker, 100 Year Lifestyle, 2009.

Edited by: Dr David Wade, DC

Dr. Wade maintains chiropractic and wellness practices in Oxford and Jacksonville. He has been practicing since 1984 in Calhoun County. Dr. Wade has certifications in Sports Rehabilitation, Spinal Trauma and Corporate Wellness Coaching. If you have a specific question or need to request more information you can contact Dr Wade at drdavidwade@gmail.com.
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