Chiropractic and Rehabilitation – Perfect Partners

Chiropractic comes from the Greek word “Chiro ” hand “Practic” to practice is considered the largest drugless healing profession in the country. When spinal manipulation treatment is combined with exercise and retraining procedures the responses are longer lasting.


The muscular system is responsible for maintaining postural control and contributing to mobility. Surrounding and protecting our joints are tough fibrous tissues that contain sensory nerve endings that interact with the central nervous system and coordinate our body movements, our postural alignment, and body balance.


Physical trauma from repetitive motions, auto whiplash accidents poor lifting, and sleeping habits contribute to the abnormal position of our spinal bones. When this condition is left untreated it will lead to wear and tear and reduce proper flexibility in the spinal segments. Nerves can become compressed irritated and affect the function of the organs and systems controlled by these nerves. Scar tissue and in-elasticity of the tendons and muscles will lead to abnormal muscle function. Muscles can go into spasm from emotional stress and nutrient imbalances.


Inflammation will cause pressure and alter proper blood circulation and nutrient delivery throughout the body producing a weakening of discs, ligaments, and muscles. When nerve supply to these vital structures is deprived, degenerative changes will occur at an accelerated rate. Bone spurs, bone demineralization decreased ligaments tolerance to repetitive stresses,  arthritis results in loss of flexibility causing pain and functional limitations.


Rehabilitation and Chiropractic are necessary for the delivery of high-quality neuromusculoskeletal health care. Many individuals suffer from deconditioning syndrome characterized by muscle weakness,pain-avoidance behavior due to chronic or recurrent back pain.


Physical fitness is a strong predictor of future health status. We can slow down the process of biological aging in lean muscle mass by 50-70%. Combining anabolic-enhancing herbs and nutrients with strength training exercise routines allows muscles to grow stronger.


Maintaining muscle power, tone promotes a healthy metabolism. Controlling the way we respond to life stressors, environmental factors can diminish the negative effects of the hormone Cortisol. Prolonged elevated levels of this hormone suppress the immune system, inhibit digestion, weaken muscles, tendons, and bones, and exhaust all systems. Secondary effects include fluid retention, high blood pressure, and depression. correlated with weight gain.


Vitamin D combined with the mineral magnesium has been found to enhance healthy muscle metabolism. Tart cherries along with Vitamin C have an anti-inflammatory effect on arthritic joints and people suffering from fibromyalgia. Consuming organic dark leafy greens and calcium-rich foods will benefit your skeletal system preventing and delaying osteoporosis an age-related bone-weakening condition.


Proper protein intake pre and post workouts are crucial for both muscle recovery and providing building blocks for increasing muscle mass. Branched chained amino acids (BCAA) especially Leucine Valine, isoleucine helps in protein synthesis and minimizes the breakdown of protein which can occur in high intense exercising or after illness, injury or surgery. The best food sources are legumes, eggs, and fish.


Chiropractic spinal adjustments combined with functional strengthening, stretching routines are important longevity lifestyle factors. Diet/nutrition intervention, stress management will maximize your body’s ability to overcome the epidemic of back pain and the functional limitations that come with it.