Countless patients deal with a difficult recovery process, whether it be from an illness, injury, or surgery. Studies show that often after dealing with sickness such as cancer, the body is still in a “fight or flight” mode, causing the patient many of the same symptoms that they had during their illness.
Unfortunately, just because the current malady is gone, if the body is still in “fight or flight mode,” it’s not really getting any stronger or adapting the way it needs to. This can cause many other health issues as well. One way to improve our recovery times is to remove nerve interference from the spine. Chiropractic allows us to progress our adaptability, which gives us the strength to handle any stress, from chemical, physical, to mental.
Recovery will always take time to heal, but neurologically based chiropractic care allows our bodies to heal the way they are supposed to and generally in less time in comparison to people who choose to not get adjusted during recovery. Removed subluxation increases communication between the brain and body via the spinal cord so all systems can recover and function optimally!
“I have felt better than any given time since my accident since starting care!”
Six years ago, I shattered both my C5 and C6. I had to have surgery and fragments of the shattered disk had to be removed from the spinal fluid. My symptoms were: high blood pressure, vomiting, left arm pain and numbness in thumb of hand. The surgery recovery was a long process. I got prescribed medications post-surgery and sent to physical therapy. The symptoms persisted after six years. I was excited to try to receive care at Integral Chiropractic because I preferred the technique they utilized when adjusting compared to hand manipulation. I was overly impressed with the staff kindness and everything is kept clean and tidy. As of Sept 2020, I have felt better than any given time since my accident! I would recommend Chiropractic Care to others! They are patient and caring. I am thankful for the love they have for the Lord and that they genuinely want to help you get better!
– Amy T.
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Harden, J., D. C., & Smedley, L., D. C. (2019). Improvement in Vestibular Dysfunction & Quality of Life Following Chiropractic Care in a Male Suffering from PostSurgical Complications for Vestibular Schwannoma: A Case Report & Review of the Literature. Vertebral Subluxation Res., A. 34-44.