ROLE OF CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Science and research continue to confirm the important role chiropractic care plays in society as a public health measure. With more and more of the workforce spending the majority of a day sitting at a desk, the need for proven postural correcting exercises and regular Chiropractic care increases. Furthermore, research shows that babies and children benefit from regular chiropractic evaluations and adjustments to reverse the effects of trauma due to birth, falls, injuries, and poor posture resulting from the increased use of computers, video games, and cell phones. Many of the spine and nervous system problems suffered by young adults could have been reduced or eliminated if the issues were addressed earlier on in life.
Chiropractic spinal adjustive care helps reverse the negative effects of poor posture, extended sitting, or long-term work at a computer. Along with correcting vertebral subluxation and the effects of bad posture through specific spinal adjustments, Chiropractors also spend time educating the public on the research and data proving the dangerous effects of poor posture. Chiropractic improves human health and performance by reducing mechanical and postural stress in the nervous system. The nervous system regulates all organ function from the brain and heart to the kidneys and digestion. Therefore it must be working in an optimal state to ensure the best possible health for each individual. Research proves that the cutting edge science of Chiropractic adds years to life and life to years. Every man, woman, and child deserves to get their spine evaluated and adjusted on a regular basis to ensure a life filled with health and high functioning opportunities!
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The Journal of Neuroscience 1 August 2007, 27(31): 8324-8333
The Neurochemically Diverse Intermedius Nucleus of the Medulla as a Source of Excitatory and Inhibitory Synaptic Input to the Nucleus Tractus Solitarii.
Ian J. Edwards,*, Mark L. Dallas,*, Sarah L. Poole, Carol J. Milligan, Yuchio Yanagawa, Gábor Szabó, Ferenc Erdélyi, Susan A. Deuchars, and Jim Deuchars.