The way we move, the things we do and sometimes even the way we’re made can all cause the bones of our spine, the vertebrae, to move out of position. These wayward vertebrae apply pressure to nerves resulting in inflammation and pain. A Chiropractic Adjustment aims to unlock each vertebrae from their incorrect position through the application of gentle pressure so that they’re able to align themselves correctly. Your chiropractor has been schooled in numerous adjustment techniques and will select the right one for your particular condition.

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17 Feb 2019 12:59 chiropractor ramsey

What is the power contained within a simple walk? The power is profound: walking for just half an hour per day can be a godsend to joints that are silently crying out for movement. It frees your body and your mind, fighting back against both physical pain and mental anxiety. It allows you to re-focus your thoughts and gain perspective that cannot be gained through si [ ... ]

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Your spine is built for stability but it still has to move If it was so rigid as to not move, it would simply crack from the shearing forces that we put it through on a daily basis. Therefore, it is ingeniously constructed so as to provide stability but still retain a level of independent movement. This is enabled by the functional spinal unit, also known as the spin [ ... ]