Nerve System Function and Wellness

Wellness – “The quality or state of being in good health, especially as an actively sought goal” – Merriam Webster.

Wellness is generally used to mean a healthy balance of the mind-body and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being. The chiropractic philosophy of health is: recongnition, respect and trust in the body’s innate purpose to heal and be well. Understanding this empowering view of health is a huge benefit to reducing nerve system stress as feelings of despair and fear about healing are replaced with hope and confidence.

More and more parents are recognizing the importance of chiropractic care and the significant role it plays in the family wellness lifestyle. The health in the body is dependant on a healthy nerve system function. A chiropractic adjustment reduces nerve system stress and allows the body to function in a greater state of health. As the nerve system regains proper function, all systems of the body are improved. This is because the nerve system is the master control system of the entire body and it orchestrates and regulates all other body systems. Improved posture, suggestions for body movement and exercise significantly contribute towards our overall health by their effect on nerve system function and Chiropractors have always offered these suggestions to their patients. These physical components are vital for healthy nerve system function and therefore well-being.

We also know that when our nerve system is healthier our minds function more efficiently as our feelings and attitudes have a direct correlation to our nerve system. What chiropractic offers is the physical adjustment to reduce stress and a complimentary philosophy to support nerve system function as well. Chiropractic care is pioneering the wellness movement because of its unique ability to enhance nerve system function on both these levels.

Join the many families who have made chiropractic care the largest natural healing movement today.

Source: International Chiropractic Pediatric Association