What Is Chiropractic & How Our Clinic Helps You Heal
What is Chiropractic
A lot of people come into our clinic with neck or back pain. That’s commonly what people see chiropractors for, but we do so much more than that. Chiropractic works with the brain and the spinal cord. The brain controls every single function in the body, every muscle that contracts, digestion, your heart beating, chemical responses, and more.
These responses all have a purpose and balance that stems from your nervous system. If there is a misalignment in the spine, which houses the nervous system, that communication downstream from the spine to the organ system can be delayed or there can be interference. To correct the misalignment in your joints, can perform adjustments, which can be very gentle, to get movement in the area and realign your bones. By getting movement, we can restore the space where that nerve leads and communicates with that muscle, tissue, or that organ. This helps to restore the balance in our body and allow it to communicate and heal a lot faster.
With adjustments, sure, we see neck pain and back pain go away, but we also see other conditions become resolved. When we adjust the lower back we help the nerves that feed the intestines and we see your digestion get better. After back adjustments, we hear patients say that their reflux isn’t as bad, or a pain they had in their liver area is improving. We see a lot more healing in the body than just back and neck pain.
We also help a lot of kids by resolving ear infections, constipation, and colic. We see a lot of adults for reflux. We work extremities, such as elbows, wrists, fingers, ankles and toes. So there’s more than just back and neck pain that we can heal. Chiropractic, overall, helps restore the balance in your nervous system not just reducing pain.
What Set Our Clinic Apart?
An Integrated Healing Facility
Dr. Rudy Byron M.D. of Byron Health & Healing: Located at our clinic, Dr. Byron is a Board Certified Family Medicine Physician with special interests in nutrition, diet, and detoxification. Dr. Byron’s goal is to empower his patients with the tools to heal the root causes of diseases, not merely manage chronic disease. His approach involves an array of precise recommendations including preventive, dietary, nutritional, and detoxification methods to optimize one’s health. Learn more and schedule with him at http://www.byronhealthandhealing.com.
Jenny Steger, Clinical Thermographer: Thermography is a non-invasive, no radiation alternative or supplement to Mammography. This painless screening tool is used to assess inflammation and dysfunction within the body. Jenny visits our clinic once each month with a digital infrared thermal imaging camera to detect heat patterns and vascular patterns from an individual’s body. Thermography can be used to monitor breast health in a safe, effective non-radiation way. Also, inflammation and dysfunction can be detected in the following areas: Sinus, Dental, Thyroid, Carotid arteries, TMJ, Lymphatic System, Colon, Liver, Gallbladder, Kidneys, Adrenals, Female/Male Organs, Spine and Digestive system. You can schedule with Jenny on her website http://www.longevitywi.com.
Sarah Reimann, LMT of Focus Massage Therapy: Sarah is a licensed massage therapist and located at our clinic. She uses therapeutic, site-specific massage to help relieve pain and get you feeling better faster! Her services include customized aromatherapy session, prenatal massage, and therapeutic 45 or 60-minute massage. You can learn more or schedule on her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pg/focusedmassagetherapyllc/.
Midwest College of Oriental Medicine & Acupuncture: The Midwest College of Oriental Medicine (MCOM) was founded in 1979, making it one of the oldest schools of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in America. Since its inception, MCOM has held itself to the prestigious standard of offering unparalleled education and clinical experience to students from all walks of life. MCOM focuses on integrating Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and other modalities with modern Western Medicine. We share our building with the MCOM and their acupuncture clinic is located on the upper level. For more information or to schedule, visit their website at http://www.acupuncture.edu/clinic-information/
We all work together to get your health to the best it can be. So stop on by, visit us, check out our Facebook page, browse our website and we look forward to hearing from you soon.