Wellness vs Medicine

As you read this, your liver is producing parts of the 500+ chemicals it produces every day.  Those chemicals help with digestion, act as hormones, clean the blood and do at least 497 other functions necessary for survival.  Every chemical can directly or indirectly influence the operations of a seemingly unrelated part of the body.  The body operates as a indivisible whole, and no part of the body can be treated without effecting another part.

What happens when you introduce toxic foreign chemicals into that system?  It throws off the delicate balance.  The liver is the body's filtration system.  Every poison put into the body has to go through the liver to be removed. Poisons not only effect the liver and kidneys, they can have many other effects. The truth is there are no side-effects--there are only effects.  The hope is that the good will outweigh the bad effects.

However, expecting a drug to act only on one specific area or problem in the body is like trying to place a drop of food coloring into the corner of a glass of water and expecting it to stay there. The body has everything it needs to function properly--we just have to do our part.  That includes exercise, good nutrition, a positive lifestyle, and a properly functioning nervous system.  Chiropractors are trained to find and remove nerve interference that not only decreases pain, but also improves the regulation of the body's functioning by your nervous system.

We encourage the public to educate themselves and look first to natural interventions like chiropractic.  There is a place for medicine and even surgery, but look to your body's own capacity to heal first.

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