The biomechanical functionality of the entire body centers around the spine. Take that spine away and you’re a lump of jelly on the floor. Not only that, but the entire communicating system in the body is centered in the spinal column and acts as a highway to and from the brain and other parts of the body. Messing with that system acts like a traffic jam on 285 here in the ATL—you’re still getting communication, but it takes longer and sometimes it has to take alternate routes.
Chiropractic care ensures that your body is moving and grooving the way it’s meant to by addressing and treating biomechanical and nervous system disruptions. It's one of the easiest ways to make sure your normal spinal movements and functions are on point.
Chiropractic can take many forms, but the underlying unity in the profession is the fact that chiropractors address improper functionality in the spine and correct for those disruptions. Many chiropractors also extend that philosophy to the arms and legs, making sure that everything is moving and communicating efficiently. The big takeaway about why/how chiropractic can help has to do with those nervous system disruptions. We don’t just aim to move the bones or align your spine. We want to make sure the nervous system is telling the body what it’s supposed to do in the correct way.