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A friend asked me this week, “What do adjustments actually do to the spine besides make a cracking noise”? He knows that every time adjustments are performed on him, he feels better, had more energy and flexibility and wanted to understand precisely why. However, to fully grasp the concept and philosophy of chiropractic, you must recognize how the body works and what may cause problems that minimize the body’s natural healing and function. We all understand that the body is a self-healing, self-regulating entity. For example, when you fall and get a bruise and cut, what naturally happens in days? It heals. That is the best definition of health I explain to my patients. Health is not how you feel but how you function and heal, which is coincidently the first four letters of the word Health! When the body…

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A Fort Lauderdale chiropractor explains the necessity of chiropractic treatment to heal car accident injuries Car accidents are a part of life, unfortunately, and those dents and dings in your vehicle often can be matched with hurts and bruises you also have suffered. If you don’t seek medical attention directly following a car accident, you could suffer for weeks or years afterwards. Having neck pain? Have you suffered whiplash from a car accident? Does your arm hurt when you try to raise it? Are you suffering from headaches? These could all be traced back to a motor vehicle accident and one of the best ways to heal is to seek help from a Fort Lauderdale chiropractor. Car accidents are something you try to avoid. Getting help from pain should be something you seek out – only the healing hands of…

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The answer would seem obvious – who would want their pain to continue? After a car accident, people often seek relief in medications, or believe that rest will help to relieve pain. So they let the pain continue for days or weeks. Even months. Do they want to remain in pain? No. But they don’t understand that help could be a phone call – and a chiropractor’s visit – away. Most people visit the emergency room of the hospital directly after a car crash, especially if a head injury is involved, or if the possibility of internal bleeding exists. In the event of a major accident, the emergency room visit is critical, if not life-saving. After the car accident, you may consider going straight home instead of allowing an ambulance to take you to the hospital. Good advice is to…

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