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Chiropractic focuses on spinal health. The spine is the conduit through which communication between the brain and the body takes place. Using Chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Rexroth helps patients heal by finding and improving healthy nerve communication.

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is based around the concept that our bodies have the ability to heal and regenerate themselves as long as there is nothing blocking the healing process. The nervous system consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves; their function is to pass information through each other and into all other organs of the body. In turn, nerve dysfunction can greatly affect overall health.

You may have had an accident while driving or experienced a fall that damaged your neck, back, shoulder, wrist, or knee. Such injuries can cause severe headaches, joint pain, muscle tension, or worse, can interrupt the information that controls vital organs, including your heart, stomach, liver, kidneys, and bladder.

Whether you are experiencing joint and muscle problems or more serious health issues, the Welcome To Health Clinic offers effective alternatives to pharmceutical drugs and surgery.

What is a Chiropractic Adjustment?

The most common procedure in a chiropractic clinic is the spinal “Adjustment.” This usually involves pulling or pushing on the spine in order to reintroduce a more normal motion or position.

How does an Adjustment work?

Our joints allow us to move, but a joint that isn’t moving properly can cause painful swelling and hinder motion. When the swollen joint is in the spine it may also interfere with nerve communication. Chiropractors find the joints that are not moving properly and help restore more normal motion. This adjustment can return healthly blood flow to spinal joints, calm nerves, relax muscles, and allow organs to work better.

Do Chiropractor’s really “Crack” your back?

Often a “popping” or “cracking” sound will be heard during a chiropractic adjustment. This sound results from air bubbles being pulled out of the joint fluid. It is the exact same phenomena that happens in your mouth when you click your tongue.