Do you feel tight and stiff with simple, everyday activities throughout the day? Do you have to
turn your whole body and not just move your head to make a turn while driving? Can you get out of a chair or tie your shoes without feeling “old”? If this sounds familiar, perhaps you have
been losing something precious and important that you have not noticed.
Range of motion (flexibility) is an important component and indicator of joint health. Without
it, single everyday activities or tasks become difficult and painful. So how do we lose our range
of motion? Accidents and injuries oftentimes result in scar tissue which restricts our range of
motion and flexibility. The lack of stretching and/or exercise is also a common culprit. When we lose our range of motion and flexibility of our spine, it can directly impact one’s health. The spinal cord and spinal nerves can be directly affected by vertebral joint fixations, or subluxations, which interfere with nerve function. Interfering with nerve function may result in decreased health. The nervous system is responsible for the brain to body communication. If you disrupt that communication, you will have disease or ill health.
The exciting thing is that where we come in! Chiropractic care addresses subluxations. We
restore the brain to body communication of the nervous system and restore the range of