Neuro-Spinal Correction vs. Traditional Chiropractic

Neuro-Spinal Correction is a gentle, intricate approach to correcting Neuro-Spinal Tension and misalignments in the spine. The goal of Neuro-Spinal Correction is to gently unwind underlying areas of tension in the spine, along with a structural chiropractic adjustment if necessary.

Neuro-Spinal Tension is present in the body when it is unable to adapt to physical, mental, and emotional stresses, which are an unavoidable part of the human experience. If left uncorrected, Neuro-Spinal Tension, caused by Neuro-Spinal shifts, can interfere with all aspects of health, in any stage of life, and can often reveal themselves as secondary conditions. 

Some examples of secondary conditions that can be caused by Neuro-Spinal Tension include:

  • Ear Infections 

  • Migraines 

  • Back Pain

  • Allergies 

  • Infertility

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Poor Digestion

  • Bed Wetting

  • Nursing/Latch Problems

  • Trouble Sleeping

  • ADHD

  • Asthma

  • Constipation

  • Colic

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • And many more..... 


While we do not treat these or any other conditions, correcting Neuro-Spinal Tension facilitates the body's amazing innate ability to heal on its own, which often results in these and many other conditions improving and resolving.

So how is this different from traditional chiropractic?

Traditional chiropractic care focuses more on symptom relief and management as opposed to solving root causes of the pain and tension. This type of care may focus on reducing muscle spasms, range of motion, and temporarily reducing pain. Additionally, traditional chiropractic practices may involve less gentle adjustment methods.

This is why Neuro-Spinal Correction adjustment is especially beneficial for infants and pregnant women, because we allow the spinal tension to gently "unwind" through our adjustments and the body often makes corrections on its own. Additionally, as the body shifts and changes during pregnancy, Neuro-Spinal Correction can help keep the body aligned during these changes, often helping diminish common pregnancy pains such as hip pain, lower back pain, headaches and more.


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