What is Chiropractic?

Our lives are full of choices and are forever affected by our decisions. How do we make the right choice when we are surrounded by seemingly endless possibilities, turns, and potential dead ends? All life can be narrowed down to two simple choices.


The first, leads only to mediocrity. Creating lives characterized by the status quo and bench marked by the majority, the norm. We see it every day and hear stories of loved ones caught in a path to nowhere carrying them further from the futures they desire. Their destination… survival.

The second path leads to something greater. Lives filled with hope, joy, and vitality! Here we chase our dreams and reach our goals. At the end of our day, we will look back on our lives and at the choices we’ve made. Without regret, we OWN this path. We trade survival for thrival. THIS IS THE PATH OF CHIROPRACTIC!

Chiropractic is a philosophy of health, a science of the nervous system and of the spine, and an art of helping people live their best life. By recognizing that the body is an intelligent, self-developing, self-maintaining, and self-healing organism, Chiropractic focuses on the nervous system which controls our entire body. Damaging interference to the nervous system causes malfunction, symptoms, disease, and a reduced quality and quantity of life.

Chiropractic observes that there are three interferences to the nervous system: physical trauma, emotional stresses, and environmental toxins. One of these interferences is called, “Subluxation.”

Chiropractors correct subluxations, allowing the body’s nerve system to function more normally and releasing your body’s innate ability to regain HEALTH naturally. As human beings, we were created to do more than simply survive; our innate potential calls out from within begging us to THRIVE.

We cannot believe that we are doing everything for ourselves and our family if Chiropractic is not included in our lives. If you or your family have not been screened for nerve interference, make an appointment today, and make the effort to improve health.

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