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New York, NY 10019 US

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Well Care

In Chiropractic Care we find different levels of patients – patients who present for adjustments due to an injury or who are experiencing pain, and patients who receive care on a regular basis as part of Chiropractic Well Care. I would like to address the effectiveness of Chiropractic Well Care, which is an integral part of choosing to live a healthy lifestyle.

There is great value in coming in regularly to get your spine checked to reduce nerve interference:

  1. Regular appointments prevent problems from occurring.
  2. By reducing nerve pressure your body functions optimally.
  3. The only way to determine if you need an adjustment is by being checked.
  4. An adjustment to any of the 6 Zones – Glandular System, Eliminative System, Nerve System, Digestive System, Muscular System, and Circulatory System assures that there will be no disturbances to these systems.

A good analogy is that of your vehicle. Everyone maintains their car at some level or another. Proper car upkeep takes more than keeping the tank filled with gas, so neglecting other required maintenance is not an option. You must be certain your battery is functioning properly, tires are properly inflated, and checking and changing your oil is critical to keeping your engine running smoothly. Then there’s transmission fluid, coolant, brakes, wipers, headlights and brake lights! What routine maintenance on your car REALLY does for you is it gives you peace of mind…you know your car is safer to drive, less likely to breakdown, and you can go about your life in confidence.

The same concepts apply to ongoing Chiropractic Well Care. When you maintain your body, your entire life benefits. By maintaining a healthy nervous system, your body functions at an optimal level, and your zones function smoothly. When everything functions perfectly, you are better able to handle stress, and every aspect of your life more effective and enjoyable.

Depending on your level of stress, you should be checked. Please call my office, make an appointment, and make Chiropractic Well Care part of your healthy lifestyle choices.

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