What is Chiropractic?

Before answering that question, let's start by giving you an understanding of how your body is able to do all of the amazing things it does without you even thinking about it! Every organ, tissue, and cell in the human body is somehow directly or indirectly controlled or maintained by the nervous system. When God created us, he made our bodies in such a way that we do not have to think about how much air we need to breathe or how fast our hearts need to beat. Our wonderful bodies do all of this for us. Your brain is the control-center of your entire body, and it is responsible for maintaining the perfect synchronization of all of your organs. Your brain gathers important information using nerve pathways that travel back and forth from the brain, through the spinal column, into the target organ, and back again. It is truely amazing how we work!

Where does Chiropractic fit in?

Well ask yourself this question--What happens when a nerve becomes pinched or begins firing too much? The body begins to lose its perfect synchronization. A chiropractor's job is to make sure that all the delicate nerves are not being pinched, twisted, or interfered with. When functioning properly, the body has an amazing ability to take care of itself without unnatural sources such as drugs, vaccines, or surgery. Please do not misunderstand; drugs all have their place in relation to our health, but wouldn't you agree that we should be as conservative as possible with our bodies?

What does a Chiropractor Do?

A chiropractor's ultimate goal is to have you living free of interference so that your body can fight off germs, digest nutrients, heal wounds, fight cancer precursors, and function perfectly all by itself! To us, that means realigning the spinal column so that all of those trillions of nerves are safe from being crushed, stretched, twisted, or inflamed. The chiropractors at SCC are highly trained doctors who have learned to identify areas of stress and relieve it. If you have ever taken a fall, sat at a desk for too long, pulled a muscle, had stress, or taken medication for something, you may have nerve interference. Call us today so you can have your spine checked for stresses that may be causing sickness in your body--before it starts to wear out and hurt!