Chiropractic Care Gives You True Correction – Not Just Temporary Relief

 

Step 3 - consultationVisits to the chiropractor for back and neck pain are common.  Once you have found relief from pain, you may wish to no longer schedule chiropractic appointments.  But principled chiropractors, like Dr. Ronnie at Vital Life Chiropractic, know that time and repetition with consistent chiropractic care will benefit you and your health both now and well into the future. Chiropractic care is more than just a quick fix. Pain or injury may come about at any time due to spinal misalignments, but the actual misalignment and function problem didn’t arise overnight. It has taken years for your body to get to where it is, and it won’t be corrected immediately with just one chiropractic adjustment. Chiropractic adjustments are more than just a health fad that boasts quick yet temporary relief.  Chiropractic care focuses on the central nervous system and the spine and aims to restore proper spinal health over time, leading to more effective function of the central nervous system and the rest of the body. The long-term effects of chiropractic care bring about real restoration to your body functions and true correction of any issues or problems. It will provide relief from multiple ailments and most pains, but it is a long-term and permanent solution rather than a quick fix and short, temporary relief. At Vital Life Chiropractic, Dr. Ronnie Bolar recognizes your desire to live a happy, healthy lifestyle. With the long-term benefits of chiropractic care, you can do just that.

Be Proactive, Not Reactive

In our society today, we react to sickness or disease instead of taking the steps necessary to stay proactive and prevent sickness and disease from even beginning. We get sick and then go see a doctor for medication that will ease the symptoms.  But imagine how you would feel if you could prevent a sickness before it even began. This is a proactive stance to healthcare and is more focused on the permanent solution rather than just the temporary fix. Chiropractic care seeks to be proactive by treating the root cause of many health issues: nerve interference.  While medication only covers up symptoms temporarily, chiropractic care from Lithia Springs chiropractor Dr. Bolar seeks to remove nerve interference so your body can function at optimal levels of health at all times.  When the body is able to function as it should, it is better equipped to fight off illness and combat diseases so that you can remain at your healthiest.  This is the benefit of true correction that is achieved through consistent chiropractic care, and it all begins with your spinal health.

The Importance of Spinal Health for Nerve Communication

At the heart of our body’s function is the central nervous system, which is responsible for how all the systems operate together within the body as a whole.  Transmitting messages between the brain and the rest of the body ensures our body knows what to do to achieve high levels of health.  This message center is housed within the spine.  Spinal misalignments can interfere with messages being sent, causing dysfunction with the body.  Spinal adjustments from Dr. Bolar will remove nerve interference and improve spinal health so the body can work as it should once again, leading to true correction for any pain or illness you are experiencing.

The long-term health benefits of chiropractic care are undeniable.  To experience them for yourself, be sure to schedule a consultation with Dr. Ronnie Bolar of Vital Life Chiropractic today.

 

 

Sources

Emary, P.C., et al. “Management of Back Pain-Related Disorders in a Community With Limited Access to Health Care Services: A Description of Integration of Chiropractors as Service Providers.” Advances in Pediatrics, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Nov. 2017. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29229053.

Rhon, D., et al. “Utilization of Manipulative Treatment for Spine and Shoulder Conditions Between Different Medical Providers in a Large Military Hospital.” Advances in Pediatrics., U.S. National Library of Medicine, Jan. 2018. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28712922.

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